The action gets going in the Senior, Intermediate and Junior club football Championships this coming weekend. Mayo GAA confirmed today that its Mayo GAA TV streaming service will be back in action too and will be streaming at least twenty games over the coming weeks, in conjunction with its broadcast partner, StreamSport.
This coming weekend, the cameras will be at St Brendan’s Park in Kilmeena on Saturday evening, where the newly-promoted Junior All-Ireland champions will entertain Kilmaine in the first round of the Intermediate Championship. That game throws in at 6pm on Saturday. Then at 2pm on Sunday, the feature match will be reigning county champions Knockmore against Aghamore in Round 1 of the SFC.
The Round 2 ties to be streamed the following weekend are both Senior fixtures. On Saturday 10th September, it’s Westport v Ballintubber at 5pm and the following day at 2pm it’s Ballina Stephenites v Knockmore.
The Round 3 games to be covered will be notified in due course. Once it gets to the knockout stages, selected games from all three Championships will be covered at the quarter-final and semi-final stages. All three county finals will be streamed live as will the hurling decider.
The Mayo GAA TV streaming service will once again this year be available via a season pass, costing €90, with a weekend pass on offer for €15 while individual match passes will cost €10. These will be available to purchase from tomorrow (30th August) from Mayo GAA TV – link here.