Sport dominated conversations and screen time last weekend. The RTÉ Coverage of Limerick against Clare attracted an average audience of 326,000 and a peak of 397,000 on Sunday afternoon. Where will the eyeballs be this weekend?

Here is our guide as to how you can spend another uplifting inspiring weekend away from the hurly-burly, with your remote control at the ready…


Friday, October 23rd


7-30 PM Armagh Vs Tyrone TG4 All Ireland Ladies Football Championship from 7-20 pm

The start of the Championship and the first of three live games on TG4 this weekend


Saturday, October 24th

8-15 AM Australia Vs New Zealand Rugby Championship Sky Sports

Full crowds in a stadium and a bit of southern hemisphere rugby over breakfast

1-15 PM Monaghan Vs Cavan Ulster Football Championship Sky Sports Mix

Who will be the first team to be eliminated from this year’s All Ireland?  It’s all on the line in Clones

2 PM Cork Vs Wexford and Clare Vs Dublin Live Streamed on YouTube / Facebook

2-15 PM Wales Vs Scotland Guinness Six Nations Virgin Media One from 1-30 PM

The first of a blockbuster day of Guinness Six Nations action in the company of Joe Molloy and guests

3 PM Galway Vs Tipperary TG4 All Ireland Ladies Football Championship from 2-45 pm

Last year’s losing finalists welcome Tipp to the action

3-30 PM Cork Vs Waterford Munster Hurling Championship Semi-Final Sky Sports Mix

Two giants of Munster hurling go toe to toe in Pairc Uí Chaoimh

3-45 PM Dublin Vs Kilkenny Leinster Hurling Championship GAAGo

Can Dublin spring a surprise with 70 minutes of Championship game time under their belt from last week’s defeat of Laois?

3-45 PM Italy Vs England Guinness Six Nations Virgin Media One 

England knows what they have to do to make Ireland require a bonus-point win.

5 PM Dublin Vs Donegal TG4 All Ireland Ladies Football Championship from 4-45 pm

The Three in a row Champions put their title on the line in what could prove to be a win or go home contest with only one team qualifying from each group.

5-30 PM Liverpool Vs West Ham Premier League Sky Sports

6-15 PM Galway Vs Wexford Leinster Hurling Championship RTÉ 2 Programme Starts at 5-45 PM

Joanne Cantwell presents all the action from the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship semi-final at Croke Park

8-10 PM France Vs Ireland Guinness Six Nations Virgin Media One from 7 PM

Could Andy Farrell win the Championship in his first year at the helm?  This could go down to a late-night wire.

10 PM Usyk Vs Chisora Heavyweight Boxing Sky Sports programme starts at 7 pm


Sunday, November 1st


12-10 PM F1 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix Sky Sports F1

1-15 PM Leitrim Vs Mayo Connacht Football Championship RTÉ News Channel

Relegated last weekend, now Mayo have to pick themselves up again

1-30 PM Donegal Vs Tyrone Ulster Football Championship RTÉ 2 Programme Starts at 1 PM

No second chances in the Football Championship this year, and both of these would fancy their chances of going all the way.

2 PM Dragons Vs Munster Guinness PRO14 TG4

4 PM Tipperary Vs Limerick Munster Senior Hurling Championship Semi Final RTÉ 2 and RTÉ Player

Limerick overcame Clare in a points-fest last Sunday.  Can they do the same to the All Ireland Champions?

4 PM Derry Vs Armagh Ulster Football Championship BBC NI

4-30 PM Man United Vs Arsenal English Premier League Sky Sports

4-30 PM Connacht Vs Benetton Treviso Guinness PRO14 TG4

5 PM Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens Sky Sports NFL

7 30 PM Edinburgh Vs Connacht Guinness PRO14 Eirsport

9-15 PM San Francisco 49 ‘ers at Seattle Seahawks Sky Sports NFL

9-30 PM Sunday Game RTÉ 2


There are additional games being broadcast on GAAGo at €5 per match as well as streaming arrangements in place for the Liberty Insurance Camogie Championships and a host of other sport across the weekend.


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