There are four Mayo teams in League action this weekend and, in these days when all matches have to be played behind closed doors, this morning comes welcome confirmation that all four of them will be available to watch. Two of them will be broadcast on TV and the other two will be streamed online.
Let’s take them in the order they’ll be played.
First into the fray are the county’s camogie team. They face Kildare in Division 4 of the Camogie Leagues at Tooreen. That game throws in at 2pm tomorrow and it’s being streamed live on the Mayo Camogie Facebook page. The link for that is here.
The men’s Senior football team are on next. They’re in Cusack Park playing Westmeath in a Division Two North Round 2 match, where victory for the lads will clinch a Division Two semi-final slot for them. The game in Mullingar throws in at 3pm and it’s being broadcast live on Eir Sport.
Later on tomorrow evening the women’s football team take the field. Their LGFA NFL Division 1A clash with Galway at MacHale Park throws in at 7.30pm and TG4 will be broadcasting that one.
Finally, the hurlers are in Letterkenny on Sunday for their NHL Division 2B clash against Donegal. That game throws in at 2pm and it’s being shown live on Donegal GAA TV – here.
The best of luck to all four Mayo teams in action this weekend.
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Thanks WJ .. Lots of entertainment for a wet May weekend
Cheers WJ, great line up for what is prob going to be a fairly dodgy weekend weather wise. I have sky but can anyone suggest a way to access Eir sports? All the best
Has anyone cracked the problem of viewing this, if one is a Virgin Media customer, with Virgin TV and Virgin Broadband?
Buy the game on gaa go for 10 euro and use a VPN to watch it.
I got a box in Spain that gives me everything
How do you use the VPN Wideball?
All – this discussion is veering towards how to breach broadcasting rights. While I’m no fan of how rights are parcelled up, geo-blocked etc. I can’t allow the blog to be used for tips about work-arounds that breach these rights. You’ll have to take this one offline, I’m afraid.