SIX GAMES ARE on the Gaelic Games schedule for live TV coverage next weekend.
With the hurling league taking a break, the focus is on the last round of the football league matches and the ladies football action continues.
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On Saturday there are two all-Ulster matches on as Cavan play Derry while Armagh take on Donegal.
There’s also a repeat of last year’s All-Ireland ladies football final with Cork taking on Dublin.
Then on Sunday it’s Dublin against Galway and Roscommon against Kerry in the key Division 1 matches while Clare host Cork in a key Division 2 tie.
All the matches that are not televised live can be watched on the GAA GO streaming service.
Here’s the list of what’s in store:
- 3pm: Cavan v Derry, TG4 – (Division 3 North Football)
- 7.30pm: Armagh v Donegal, eir Sport – (Division 1 North Football)
- 7.35pm: Cork v Dublin, TG4 – (Division 1 Ladies Football)
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- 1.45pm: Clare v Cork, TG4 – (Division 2 South Football)
- 3.45pm: Galway v Dublin, TG4 – (Division 1 South Football)
- 3.45pm: Roscommon v Kerry, TG4 app & deferred on TV – (Division 1 South Football)
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