INTERNATIONAL & CUP FOOTBALL on BBC ALBA
It’s an exciting week of football action for us at the Nemeton office in Scotland.
We kick off with live coverage of women’s international football on BBC ALBA. Scotland welcome the Women’s World Champions USA to Paisley. With both teams preparing for the Women’s World Cup next summer, the match will be insight for Scotland into some of the quality teams they could find themselves up against following December’s draw.
We then head over to Hampden Park where the first Challenge Cup quarter final of the season takes place with Queen’s Park going head to head with Welsh side Connah’s Quay Nomads. Both teams will be…
PREMIERSHIP BATTLE on BBC ALBA
There’s the anticipation of a nail biting Saturday in prospect for us this weekend as we bring you all the action between Dundee v St Mirren.
Dundee’s Jim McIntyre is still looking for his first win of the season as ‘The Dark Blues’ boss after taking over from Neil McCann last month. In our half-time feature he discusses the task at hand of keeping his new club in the Scottish top flight. We also speak to new St Mirren defender Anton Ferdinand as he gets settled into life in Scottish football.
With a point separating Oran Kearney’s men from replacing Dundee at the bottom of the table. Will they be able to open up the…
Hibernian Men and Ladies on BBC ALBA
This weekend, we have full match action from both of Hibernian’s senior football teams.
Firstly, in the Scottish Premiership, the Hibee’s welcome St Johnstone to Easter Road on Saturday and we are producing deferred full match coverage for BBC ALBA. Hibs will be hoping to put the trackside drama of Wednesday night’s Edinburgh derby behind them and focus on getting a positive result on the pitch.
Then, on Sunday, it’s the finale of the Scottish women’s football season. Hibernian Ladies go head to head with the SWPL 2 winners Motherwell Ladies in the
Scottish Women’s Cup final. Hibs will be hoping to make up for the…
Return of the Toughest
Tá Craobh Chlub AIB thar n-ais agus beidh dhá chluiche iomána ag GAA BEO ar TG4 ag an deireadh seachtaine. Beidh Baile Aodha (An Clár) v Baile Mhic Gonair (Port Láirge) beo againn sa chluiche leathcheannais iomána na Mumhan. I ndiaidh sin, beidh Cúl Doire (Uíbh Fháilí) i gcoinne Raonaithe Stua Laighean (Ceatharlach) sa chluiche ceathrú ceannais.
The AIB Club championship is underway and this weekend GAA BEO will be showing two hurling games on TG4. First up is live coverage of Ballyea (Clare) v Ballygunner (Waterford) in the Munster Hurling Semi-Final. Later on, Coolderry (Offaly) will take on Mount Leinster…
Dublin Football Final
Tugann Realtaí Móra an Chontae Cian O’Sullivan ó Cill Mochuda Na Crócaigh agus Kevin McManamon ó Naomh Jude aghaidh ar a chéile ar an Luan sa Cluiche Ceannais Peile Átha Cliath!
Some of the big Dublin Football stars take to the pitch this weekend. Cian O’Sullivan and Kilmacud Crokes will face Kevin McManamon and St.Judes in the Dublin Senior Football Final!
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.