FIXTURES: TG4 Provincial Championships set for lift-off on Sunday April 30

Sunday April 30 – 2pm unless stated 


TG4 Intermediate Championship  

Sligo v Leitrim; Markievicz Park, 1pm 


TG4 Senior Championship 

Meath v Dublin; Páirc Tailteann

TG4 Intermediate Championship  

Group A:  

Longford v Wexford; Monaduff, Drumlish 

Kildare v Carlow; Hawkfield 

Group B:  

Louth v Wicklow; Cooley Kickhams 

Offaly v Westmeath; Bretland Park, Clara  


TG4 Senior Championship 

Tipperary v Cork; Cahir

Waterford v Kerry; Fraher Field

Senior B 

Cork v Clare; Cloughduv

Click here for Munster Championship preview 


TG4 Senior Championship 

Cavan v Donegal; Kingspan Breffni 

TG4 Intermediate Championship 

Tyrone v Monaghan; O’Neills Healy Park

TG4 Junior Championship  

Fermanagh v Down; Tempo




This Year’s TG4 Ulster championship gets underway on Sunday 30th April. Each grade has 3 teams who play each other once before the top two compete in the Ulster final on Saturday 27th May (Junior in Armagh) and Sunday 28th May (Senior and Intermediate in Clones). All 9 teams will have one home and one away game. The teams captains recently gathered at the Palace Demesne, Armagh for a championship launch.


The opening game of the senior championship will see Cavan meet Donegal. Making up the group are LIDL National League Division2 winners Armagh.

30th April Cavan v Donegal

7th May Donegal v Armagh

14th May Armagh v Cavan

28th May – Final in Clones


Old rivals Tyrone and Monaghan open the intermediate championship, which also contains the LIDL Division 4 league champions Antrim.

30th April Tyrone v Monaghan

7th May Monaghan v Antrim

14th May Antrim v Tyrone

28th May – Final in Clones


Fermanagh and Down kick off the junior championship.

30th April Fermanagh v Down

7th May Down v Derry

14th May Derry v Fermanagh

27th May – Final in Armagh



The Munster Ladies Senior Football Championship commences this Sunday with Tipperary entertaining Cork in Cahir with a 2pm throw-in and newly crowned Lidl NFL Division 1 Champions Kerry travelling to Fraher Field to take on Waterford with another 2pm throw-in.

To coincide with the start of the championship, Munster LGFA recently launched the championship in Cahir House Hotel.

This year’s competition will be run on a round robin format with each team facing off against each other to earn the right to contest the Munster Final.

Speaking at the launch, Munster LGFA President Robbie Smyth said he was really looking forward to the championship with four top quality teams taking part and he was really looking forward to seeing some top quality games in the .

Mr. Smyth also announced that this year’s championship will see all games live streamed for the first time.


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