Rugbaí BEO meets Tommy O’Donnell
Bhí Tommy O’Donnell ina réalt ar an pháirc an tseachtain seo caite agus bua stairiúil ag na Muimhnigh thar Toulouse. Roimh cluiche ollmhór eile i gCorcaigh in aghaidh Glasgow, labhair sé le Rugbaí BEO faoin ócáid, an muinín atá acu i mbliana agus na scéalta faoi Rassie Erasmus ag fágáil.
Mumha v Glasgow Dé Sathairn @ 19:20 ar TG4.
Tommy O’Donnell was a standout performer in Munster’s historic win over Toulouse last week. Before another big weekend in the Guinness PRO12, Tommy spoke to Rugbaí BEO about that momentous occasion, the believe filtering through the Munster squad, and the rumours about Rassie Erasmus.
More PRO12 action this weekend!
Tar éis lá stairiúil i Luimneach an tseachtain seo caite tá na Muimhnigh ar ais i gCorcaigh. Is iad Glasgow na cuairteoirí agus 3 chluiche spleodrach imirthe ag na foirne cheanna féin i mbliana. Beidh fir Gregor Townsend ag lorg díoltas tar éis na chluichí sin a chailliúint. Ach beidh Rassie Erasmus agus a fhoireann ag iarraidh leanacht leis an patrún chun cabhrú le cluiche réiteach baile a bhaint amach.
Guinness PRO12 - Babhta 19
MUMHA v GLASGOW WARRIORS
AR AER Dé Sathairn @ 19:20 ar TG4
After a historical day in Limerick last week, the Munstermen are back in Cork. Visitors Glasgow have lost against Munster in…
Eamon O’Hara - Wednesday at 9.30pm on TG4
Eamonn O’Hara, who spent nearly twenty years playing football for Sligo, is the subject of this programme. He won eight county titles with his club Tourlestrane over this time, and became one of Ireland’s best known midfield players.
The new Laochra Gael season airs on TG4 at 9:30pm every Wednesday with a repeat showing on Sunday evenings after GAA BEO.
Nemeton TV Scores in Scotland
We are delighted to announce that Nemeton TV secured a key contract in Scotland to deliver almost 200 hours of TV sport per year on the BBC ALBA channel.
The coverage will include Guinness PRO12 rugby, the Scottish Premiership (SPFL) and shinty.
Today’s announcement marks a huge step forward for Nemeton which has seen steady growth in recent years. CEO and owner, Irial Mac Murchú says: “Today’s announcement is a moment of immense pride for us. We are delighted to have won this contract. The tender process was extremely competitive and to have come out on top in an arena that involved some of Britain’s biggest and most…
Dublin have broken the record!
Tá Áth Cliath dochlaoite le dhá bhliain anuas agus 35 cluiche imirthe acu gan cáilliúint!
Féach ar Muineachán v Áth Cliath ar an Domhnach ó 13.30 ar TG4!
Dublin’s last defeat came in March 2015 against the Kingdom, who set the previous unbeaten record in 1933. They have now been unbeaten in 35 games!
Watch Monaghan v Dublin from 13.30 on TG4!