New York game to be streamed live on GAAGO

At the GAAGO launch for 2024 held at Croke Park today it was confirmed that our Connacht Championship preliminary round clash with New York will be streamed live on the platform. The game is fixed for Gaelic Park in the Bronx on Sunday, 7th April, where throw-in is 3pm (local time), which equates to 8pm back here.

Galway’s Connacht Championship opener against London over in Ruislip the day beforehand is also being streamed live by GAAGO. That match takes place at McGovern Park in Ruislip on Saturday, 6th April, throw-in 3pm.

Details on GAAGO’s planned coverage for next year’s Championship are here.

3 thoughts on “New York game to be streamed live on GAAGO

  1. After watching the connacht final yesterday I am seriously worried about club football in MAYO. Corofin were comprehensively beaten by st brigid’s after they had beaten Ballina well. It was a very good match and a breath of fresh air after attending a few boring club matches in MAYO this year. I dont what is going on at all at all.

  2. Great stuff. Will there be a picket line in objection to this game being on GAAGO? It was never shown by the national broadcaster before. The streaming service at club level has been a massive success. The fact there are many more inter county games means GAAGO is required as it’s simply impossible to show every game on the main broadcasters.

    As for Mayo club football…we have the junior Connacht title but the standards have dropped significantly in recent years at senior level. Castlebar Mitchell’s the last Mayo club to win a senior Connacht title in 2015.

    That said the success of club teams outside counties is no indicator of the county teams success. Corofin have proved that.

  3. Corofin were poor against Brigid’s relying on Silke to snatch a goal or it would have been over at ht. In saying that they chased the game but the failure to convert chances in first 10 mins of 2nd half seemed to lead to panic that Corofin teams of old wouldn’t have done.
    Good to see Molloy back in action and Egan an interesting young lad to watch for future. Farragher, Lundy and Sice will likely retire now but they have the Club All Irelands in the pocket.

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