Meath SFC game to feature on TG4

Simonstown's opening game of the SFC against Skryne will be shown on TG4 on Sunday 2nd August as part of the Irish TV station's GAA club coverage for 2020.

The Meath SFC game will not be a live game on that Sunday afternoon, but it will be shown in full immediately after the Galway SFC clash between Corofin and Oughterard live from Pearse Stadium, Salthill, 2.30pm.

TG4's flagship series GAA BEO will hit the ground running with two exceptional hurling ties next weekend, one live on Friday night and one live on Sunday afternoon.

On Friday 17 July GAA BEO begins with live coverage from theWexford SHC when champions St Martin’s clash with old rivals Oulart-The Ballagh.

On Sunday there is another heavyweight clash when Ballyboden St Enda’s and Kilmacud Crokes face off in a repeat of the 2018 Dublin SHC final.

TG4's extensive club championship coverage will continue each week with live football and hurling coverage from across the country and details of the first three week’s of coverage have been outlined below.

Normally beamed into our living rooms almost every week of the year, presenter Micheál Ó Domhnaill will be again fronting the coverage after a 4 month absence.

“I’m delighted and relieved to be back covering matches on GAA Beo. After such a long time in lockdown we are all looking forward to some live action and while we have a long way to go before we can get back to anything like normality let’s hope that this is the first step,” said Ó Domhnaill.

TG4’s Head of Sport Rónán Ó Coisdealbha said: "We are very grateful to the GAA and to the various County Boards around the country who have been very helpful in preparing for the return of live coverage. We look forward to providing extensive live television coverage from the GAA Championships during the coming months."

Brian Tyers resumes as commentator with analysis from the likes of Liam Rushe, Michael Rice, Diarmuid Lyng, Donal O’Grady in hurling and Aodán Mac Gearailt, Kevin Cassidy, Seán Óg de Paor and Jarlath Burns among others in football.

The line-up of games for the first few weeks is as follows:

Friday 17 July

St Martins v Oulart The Ballagh, Wexford SHC, live, 7.30pm.

Sunday 19th July

Kilmacud Crokes v Ballyboden St Endas, Dublin SHC, 3pm.

Friday 24th July

Kilmallock v Na Piarsaigh, Limerick SHC, 7.30pm.

Sunday 26th July

Castlehaven v Carbery Rangers, Cork SFC, 2.30pm; followed by deferred coverage of Sarsfields v Portumna, Galway SHC.

Friday 31st July

Kilcoo v Mayobridge, Down SFC, 7.30pm.

Sunday 2nd August

Corofin v Oughterard, Galway SFC, 2.30pm; followede by deferred coverage of Simonstown Gaels v Skryne, Meath SFC.

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