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  • Peil na mBan 20 bliain ag Fás (TS)
    Peil na mBan 20 bliain ag Fás (TS)
    Sunday, 17th January, 13:20

    A celebration of the 20 year anniversary of Ladies Football this mini-series will look back at some of the stand-out moments and memories of the players down through the years.

  • Cluiche Ceannais Camógaíochta 2020
    Cluiche Ceannais Camógaíochta 2020
    Sunday, 17th January, 13:30

    Another chance to see Galway and Kilkenny in this year's All-Ireland Camogie Final at Croke Park.

  • GAA GOLD
    GAA GOLD
    Sunday, 17th January, 17:45

    In the second instalment of the GAA GOLD series, the major events on the 1981 GAA calendar are explored from Galway winning the National Football League Final in May to Kerry winning their fourth All-Ireland football title in a row in September under Mick O'Dwyer.

  • Cluichí na Bliana (TS)
    Cluichí na Bliana (TS)
    Monday, 18th January, 20:00

    An appropriately spooky moment gave Dublin's ladies footballers a Halloween win over Donegal in a cracking game at Kingspan Breffni Park. Geraldine McLaughlin's goal early in the second-half had kickstarted a comeback from the Ulster side, but when Sinéad Aherne's shot somehow spun into the net 14 minutes from time they were unable to reel in the champions.

  • Peil na mBan 20 bliain ag Fás (TS)
    Peil na mBan 20 bliain ag Fás (TS)
    Sunday, 24th January, 14:20

    To celebrate this land-mark season this mini-series will look back at some of the stand-out moments & memories of the players down through the years.

  • Cluiche Ceannais Iomána 2020
    Cluiche Ceannais Iomána 2020
    Sunday, 24th January, 14:30

    A chance to see the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final between Limerick and Waterford from Croke Park. Commentary by Garry Mac Donncha.

  • GAA GOLD
    GAA GOLD
    Sunday, 24th January, 16:05

    1982-GAA GOLD is a 10 part series looking back at each year of the 1980's through the prism of the GAA. Through news headlines and music of the era, GAA GOLD takes a look back on the biggest Gaelic games of 1982, culminating in Seamus Darby's iconic goal that led Offaly to their infamous All-Ireland Football victory.

  • Cluichí na Bliana (TS)
    Cluichí na Bliana (TS)
    Monday, 25th January, 20:00

    Killyclogher took on Trillick in the Tyrone Senior Football Quarter-final and in a game of high drama, neither team was able to dominate, bringing the match to extra-time and penalties. Trillick goalkeeper Ryan Kelly proved to be the hero for his club after he saved the decisive penalty in a 4-3 win.