It’s Friday evening and another weekend of club Championship action awaits, with semi-final fixtures on both tomorrow and Sunday. Here’s a quick run through of all the information you need on the weekend’s matches.
Four matches are down for decision tomorrow, two of them on Mayo GAA TV.
One that isn’t – the Balla/Kiltane SFC relegation final – gets going in Knockmore at 2pm tomorrow. The IFC semi-final against Mayo Gaels and Kilmaine takes place at Flanagan Park, Ballinrobe, where throw-in is also 2pm. That’s also the throw-in time for the JFC A semi-final between Kilmeena and Islandeady at Newport.
Then, at 7pm in the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence, the SFC semi-final between defending champions Knockmore and Garrymore will be contested. That game, as well as the Mayo Gaels/Kiltane semi-final, are being streamed live on Mayo GAA TV.
On Sunday there’s a bigger schedule, with six matches taking place across the Senior, Intermediate and Junior Championships.
Taking them in that order, the SFC semi-final between Westport and Belmullet throws in at 2pm on Sunday, with the venue now set for James Stephens Park in Ballina. That’s live on Mayo GAA TV as is the IFC semi-final between Louisburgh and Ballyhaunis, which gets going at Josie Munnelly Park, Castlebar, at 12.30pm.
The other Intermediate clash down for decision is the relegation final between Lahardane and Swinford. That’s fixed for Bonniconlon, with a 1.30pm throw-in.
The JFC A semi-final between Shrule/Glencorrib and Cill Chomain is fixed for Parke. That one throws in at 2pm.
The two JFC B semi-finals are set to be contested at midday on Sunday. Kilfian play Eastern Gaels at Foxford while Ballycroy face Tourmakeady at Bofeenaun.
If you’re planning on getting to any of these matches, please note that they’re ticket only, with tickets needing to be purchased in advance online. Details on that are here.
If you plan on watching the action on Mayo GAA TV, then, assuming you haven’t yet signed up for the service (which is excellent this year), information on how to do this is here.
Match programmes for all the weekend’s matches are available here.
So, if you’re planning on taking in a game or two this weekend, there’s plenty of action to choose from and there’s choice too in terms of getting out to see a match in the flesh or watching online. Regardless of where you’re located, it really has never been easier to follow the club action taking place within the county.