Gaoth Dobhair and Ballyea take crowns
Bhuaigh Gaoth Dobhair an Craobh Peile Dhún na nGall tar éis 12 bliain, in aghaidh Naomh Conaill i mBealach Féich Dé Domhnaigh. I bPáirc Uí Chíosóg in Inis, d’árdaigh Baile Aodha an Craobh Canon Hamilton arís le bua thar Creatlach.
Gaoth Dobhair were crowned Donegal Senior Football Champions after a 12 year wait when they defeated Naomh Conaill in Ballybofey on Sunday. In Cusack Park in Ennis, Ballyea reclaimed the Canon Hamilton Cup with a victory over Cratloe.
International and domestic battles on BBC ALBA
We look at both international and domestic competitions in another busy week of sport for the Nemeton office in Scotland.
We kick-off the week on Wednesday with Glasgow City travelling to Spain to face Barcelona in the first leg of the UEFA Women’s Champions League Round of 16 tie.
On Saturday, the international theme continues with the Shinty-Hurling match. In this one, Scotland take on Ireland in the hope of retaining the title for a third year in a row. At half-time during our coverage, we take a look at mental health within the sporting community and how steps are being taken to grow awareness. We speak with James Perlich the…
Roscommon & Cork finals this weekend!
This weekend the Nemeton TV production team will be in Roscommon for the County Football final which will be live on TG4.
The rest of the team will travel to Páirc Uí Chaoimh for the Cork Hurling final which will be deferred.
All the action will be shown on TG4 from 15.30 on Sunday afternoon. Sure what else would you be doing?!
Arbroath v Edinburgh City
This Friday evening we’re turning our attention to cup action with live coverage of the Scottish Challenge Cup.
League 1 leaders, Arbroath, take on League 2 contenders Edinburgh City with each vying for a place in the quarter-finals.
In our extended feature at half-time, we speak to Arbroath manager Dick Campbell who believes that the strength he has in his squad ensures that the standards won’t slip.
Join us for the action live on BBC ALBA on Friday 12th October at 19:25.
Scotstown & Coolderry win county titles
The Nemeton team had a busy weekend travelling around the country for GAA BEO!
The Monaghan county final was live on TG4 on Sunday. Scotstown claimed their fourth Monaghan Senior football title in a row after they defeated Ballybay Pearse Brothers.
For the deferred game, the team were in Tullamore. Coolderry won the Offaly Senior Hurling Final after they defeated last year’s champions Kilcormac-Killoughey, making it their 31st title in all.
Check out some of the best bits from the two games here.
Motherwell v Livingston
This weekend our attention is fully on the Scottish Premiership as Motherwell take on Livingston. We’ll be producing full coverage in our BBC ALBA featured match.
Stephen Robinson’s men will be hoping to bounce back from that 3-1 defeat over Kilmarnock last weekend and pick up valuable points. However, Livingston so far are proving to be a tricky side to deal with, having defeated Steven Gerrard’s Rangers last week.
With their confidence high, will the mighty Lions be able to snatch these 3 point from the Steelmen?
You can watch the full match coverage from 18:00 on Saturday afternoon (6th October) on BBC ALBA, or catch…