WITH FANS NOW unable to attend any GAA club games, the access to TV coverage and live-streaming services has increased significance this weekend.
After the GAA season resumed with 200 people allowed to be present for each game, this week’s events have seen the action go behind closed doors.
There’s still a lot of club football and hurling action on the agenda, including the first county senior final of 2020 with Wexford hurling in the spotlight.
The Galway SHC games that can be viewed are Sarsfields v Castlegar at 2pm and Tommy Larkins v Cappataggle at 6pm.Mayo GAA TV are showing Westport against Castlebar Mitchels at 5pm and Ballina Stephenites against Knockmore at 7pm in the senior football championship.
And Sligo GAA will be showing St Mary’s v Tubbercurry in the senior football championship on their YouTube channel.
Dubs TV have two SHC quarter-finals from the capital with Na Fianna v Faughs at 3pm and St Vincent’s v Ballyboden St-Enda’s at 5.30pm.
In Wicklow the SFC ties being streamed are Arklow Geraldines Ballymoney against Rathnew at 3pm and St Patrick’s taking on Tinahely at 6pm.
Wexford GAA TV have one senior football clash with Sarsfields playing Glynn-Barntown at 6.30pm. The Longford TV senior football focus is on Dromard taking on Abbeylara at 7pm.
Meath GAA TV are concentrating on senior hurling this weekend with St Peter’s Dunboyne v O’Mahony’s at 4.15pm and Ratoath v Kiltale at 6pm.
And Westmeath have Mullingar Shamrocks against Killucan on Iarmhí TV from TEG Cusack Park at 6.45pm.
RTÉ have live coverage from Clare for two senior hurling quarter-finals with reigning champions Sixmilebridge facing Broadford at 4.45pm and Ballyea meet Kilmaley at 6.30pm.
In the Kerry SFC the clash of Dingle against Templenoe at 6pm is being streamed by the Irish Examiner while the county board are showing the games involving St Brendan’s v West Kerry at 3pm and Mid Kerry v Kilcummin at 5pm.