GAA on TV: AFLW knock out games plus a few gems

April 01, 2021

Ready for the action

We are into the knockout stages of the AFLW while there are also some stunning games of a recent vintage to take in.

Saturday 3 April


5.30pm: AFL Aussie Rules na mBan 

Full deferred coverage from the Melbourne v Freemantle Dockers quarter-final game in the Australian Football League Women's (AFLW) season.

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7.30pm: Cork v Kilkenny, 2004 All-Ireland SHC final

The two teams had come through the Qualifiers for an historic first All-Ireland final.

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9pm: Kerry v Mayo, 2004 All-Ireland SFC final

Kerry hurting from three years of disappointment came up against a fresh faced Mayo outfit.


Sunday 4 April


1.50pm: AFL Aussie Rules na mBan 

Full deferred coverage from the Collingwood v North Melbourne quarter-final game in the Australian Football League Women's (AFLW) season.


3.35pm: All-Ireland Gold, Down v Dublin, 1994 All-Ireland SFC final

Another chance to see the 1994 All Ireland Football Final between Down and Dublin. It finished Down 1-12; Dublin 0-13.


5.05pm: Laochra Gael

Laochra Gael continues with the story of Down's Pete McGrath. Pete played football in the North in the seventies, a time when Gaelic Games was a dangerous pursuit. As a teacher and trainer, he instilled in young people that sport was the best way to express their nationalism. As manager of Down, he brought the Sam Maguire across the border for the first time since the sixties, inspiring an Ulster Takeover in football. The cloud of violence was always present, but for a time Pete McGrath and the Down footballers united the province, and the country.

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6pm: Mayo v Dublin, All-Ireland SFC semi-final 2012

Mayo come up against the reigning champions in one of the most gripping semi-finals encounters ever. 

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7.30pm: Dubln v Kerry, 2016 All-Ireland SFC semi-final

A gripping semi-final between the two great rivals.


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