After an opening weekend in the Allianz Football League that left Dublin as the only pointless team in Division One, the momentum will continue into next weekend when the dominant team of the last decade go toe to toe with Kerry in Tralee.

There is a reported surge in bookings for accommodation around the town as the prospect of a rare enough trip out of the City appeals to Dublin fans.

The lure of bouncing back against Kerry having missed out on getting the Division One League final played last year and then also both falling in the Championship having a chance to test each other is also strong.

The planners in RTÉ recognise that this is one that will carry more than a normal appeal to put on Saturday night, coming off the back of an opening game in the Guinness Six Nations and the TV cameras will be rolling for those who cannot make it.

Having gone down to defeat against Dublin in the Walsh Cup Final on Saturday evening, Wexford will feel little respite from the visit of Limerick to the Model County and that is the first of the two live games that will be shown on TG4 on Sunday afternoon.

Dublin Vs Waterford is the second game and TG4 will also show deferred coverage of Armagh against Tyrone from the Allianz Football league as well as a host of Intermediate and Junior semi-finals from the AIB All Ireland Club Championships on the TG4 YouTube channel.

BBC Northern Ireland is also getting in on the action with a live stream of Down against Galway in the Division Two football fixture on Saturday evening.
 

Sport for Business Perspective

It does not take long for the Allianz Leagues to accellerate into being must see sporting action.
It is great to have such wide choice from across the multiple broadcasters involved.