Streaming details for this weekend’s games

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The weekend is fast approaching and we’ve three Mayo matches in three different codes on over Saturday and Sunday. They’re all being played, of course, behind closed doors but all three will be available to view.

The camogie match against Louth is the first one that’ll be contested. That takes place on Saturday at Adrian Freeman Memorial Park in Tooreen where throw-in is 2pm. The match is being streamed live on the Mayo Camogie Facebook page, the link for which is here, and details of the Mayo team for this game are here.

Later on Saturday up at MacCumhaill Park, Ballybofey, the county’s women football team are in League action against Donegal. This Division 1A clash one throws in at 6pm and the match is being streamed live on the LGFA/Lidl Player, the link for which is here.

Then on Sunday it’s the men’s turn, with their NFL Division Two North clash with Meath at MacHale Park being streamed live on GAA GO. You’ll need either a match pass or else a season ticket to view this game, which throws in at 1.45pm, and the link for it is here.

10 thoughts on “Streaming details for this weekend’s games

  1. Hi All
    Has anybody gone to the trouble yet of laying out the permutations of the Division 2 North and South results ?

  2. I do know if it is Meath V Clare it is in Navan as Meath had only one home game and Clare 2.As we had 2 home games we could be away.

  3. I don’t think there’s any point in trying to figure out semi-final permutations, given that all four counties in the South division could still end up either in the semis or the relegation play-off. JR’s correct, though, that there’s a good chance our semi-final game will be away.

  4. If we win all our three games and top our group – we could be still playing the second team in the other section in their home pitch in a winner takes all game?
    That sounds very unfair.
    As a reward for topping your group- you should be given home venue in the semifinal.

  5. The last time we played in Cork Cillian got 2 massive points from sideline kicks from far out one on left side and one on right side when we needed them.

  6. If we were to play Cork it would be outrageous to stage it in Pairc Ui Chaoimh. The whole point of this league is to reduce travelling, hence the Northern and Southern configurations.

    Limerick, Thurles or Ennis are the obvious choices.

  7. It would be in Cork as they had only 1 home game which they had to play in Thurles as punishment for training early. Seems fair to me. Let’s hope we avoid them.

  8. I wonder if the losing home advantage punishment applies to these play off games also?

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