Super Sunday coming up on TG4, with THREE games in full!

TG4 have today announced a Super Sunday of AIB Club Championship action on December the 1st, with no less than THREE provincial finals to be shown in full on the channel. This is on top of the two provincial finals they will be showing this Sunday.

Super Sunday coming up on TG4, with THREE games in full!

16 November 2019; Ballyhale Shamrocks manager Henry Shefflin during the AIB Leinster GAA Hurling Senior Club Championship semi-final match between Ballyhale Shamrocks and St Martin’s at Nowlan Park in Kilkenny. Photo by Matt Browne/Sportsfile

The triple header begins in Omagh, live on air at 1.30pm, where the Ulster Football Championship will have a new name on the trophy by the end of the day. Donegal’s Naomh Conaill have taken out big hitters Gaoth Dobhair and Clontibret on the way to the final and will hope to take one last step for a historic first provincial title. They will face Kilcoo side led by Conor Laverty, who are looking to make it third time lucky after narrow defeats in the 2016 & 2012 finals.

Super Sunday coming up on TG4, with THREE games in full!

17 November 2019; James Doyle of St Mullins, who scored the winning point, celebrates after the AIB Leinster GAA Hurling Senior Club Championship semi-final match between St Mullins and Rathdowney Errill at Netwatch Cullen Park in Carlow. Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

The festival of action continues with the Munster Football Final, a repeat of the 2015 final where Clonmel Commercials stunned Nemo Rangers with a last minute goal to take the title. Clonmel will fancy their chances again with the likes of Michael Quinlivan and hurling star Séamus Kennedy in their ranks. Nemo looked impressive dismissing Austin Stacks the last day and they will be looking to the likes of Luke Connolly and Paul Kerrigan to exact revenge in Dungarvan.

Super Sunday coming up on TG4, with THREE games in full!

1 October 2017; Conor Laverty of Kilcoo during the Down County Senior Football Championship Final match between Burren and Kilcoo at Páirc Esler in Newry, Co. Down. Photo by Oliver McVeigh/Sportsfile

Rounding off the day is the Leinster Hurling Final, in full from Portlaoise. Henry Shefflin’s All Ireland champions Ballyhale Shamrocks were ruthless in putting St. Martin’s to the sword in the semi final, and will already be looking to defend the national crown in Croke Park. They will face huge underdogs St Mullins in the provincial final, fresh from a dramatic last gasp victory in their semi final against Rathdowney Errill. Having already slayed Cuala, can the Carlow champions provide one more big upset?

As always, GAA Beo will be presented by Micheál Ó Domhnaill, with commentary from Brian Tyers, Marcus Ó Buachalla & Conall Ó Cíobháin. Analysis will be provided by Kevin Cassidy, Mark Harte, Paddy Kelly & Michael Rice

This Sunday November 24th sees a double bill of finals on TG4. There will be a live broadcast of the Munster Hurling Final between Munster champions Ballygunner, fresh from their impressive win over Patrickswell, and Brendan Maher’s Borrisoleigh. In the deferred game, All Ireland champions Corofin face Roscommon’s Pádraig Pearses, who are appearing in their first Connacht Final. Commentary from Brian Tyers and Garry Mac Donncha, with analysis from Donal O’Grady, Cathal Moore and Se án Óg de Paor.


Sunday – November 24th

On air from 1.30pm

LIVE – Munster Hurling Final – Ballygunner v Borrisoleigh

DEFERRED – Connacht Football Final – Corofin v Pearse Brothers


Sunday – December 1st

On air from 1.30pm

LIVE – Ulster Football Final – Kilcoo v Naomh Conaill

DEFERRED – Munster Football Final – Clonmel Commercials v Nemo Rangers

DEFERRED – Leinster Hurling Final – Ballyhale Shamrocks v St. Mullins

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