FOOTBALL DRAMA on BBC ALBA
It’s an incredibly busy week for us at the Nemeton office in Scotland as we bring you four outside broadcasts across four days.
We kick off the action with BBC ALBA’s live coverage of the UEFA Women’s Champions League between Glasgow City and Somatio Barcelona FA on Thursday night. Scott Booth’s team beat the Cypriots 2-0 in the away leg but they will need to be at their best if they are to reach the last 16 of the tournament.
We then head over to East End Park for some Friday night football. We’re hosting live coverage of Dunfermline Athletic against Partick Thistle which is sure to be a feisty encounter in the Scottish…
Return of Club Action!
Táimid thar n-ais le Craobh na gClub an Domhnach seo ar GAA BEO. Tá dhá chluiche ón gCraobh Iomána an Chláir beo againn ó bPáirc Uí Chíosóg @ 12.45. I ndiaidh sin beimid ag taispeáint cluiche leath-cheannais iomána Phort Láirge iarbheo ó Pháirc Bhreathnaigh. Tosaíonn an turas go Lá Fhéile Pádraig anseo!
We are back with the Club Championship this coming Sunday on GAA BEO. We have 2 live games from the Clare Hurling Championship live from Cusack Park in Ennis at 12:45 and these games will be followed with deferred coverage of the Waterford Hurling Semi-Final from Walsh Park. The journey to St.Patrick’s Day…
New Manager & Fresh Start
We are fully focused on the Scottish Premiership this weekend as Hamilton Academical welcome St Mirren to the Hope CBD Stadium.
Having secured a well deserved point against Celtic last weekend, Oran Kearney’s side will be hoping to push on. Hamilton Academical’s manager Martin Canning will be aiming to ensure his side can bounce back from the defeat to Livingston last weekend.
In our extended VTs at half-time, we speak to Hamilton’s under 17s youth squad. They are first team in the club’s history to represent the Accies in a UEFA cup competition.
We’ve also been along to Paisley where we found out a little bit about…
Massive weekend for Ladies Gaelic Football
A crowd of 50,141 turned out in Croke Park yesterday for the three Ladies Football finals. Limerick were crowned Junior champions, Tyrone were crowned Intermediate champions and Dublin finally got revenge on rivals Cork and lifted the Brendan Martin Cup in the Senior.
For the Taking
I 2017, d’fhág Corcaigh an comórtas nuair a chaill siad i gcoinne Maigh Eo sa chluiche leath-cheannais, ach tá siad thar n-ais an séasúr seo chun aghaidh a thabhairt ar na seaimpíní Áth Cliath ar an Domhnach beag seo. Cé acu a mbeidh an bua an uair seo?
In 2017, Cork had their All-Ireland hopes dashed by Mayo at the semi-final stage, but this season they have bounced back and will face reigning champions Dublin on Sunday. Who will emerge victorious and lift the Brendan Martin Cup?