SUNDAY 15 SEPTEMBER
All-Eire SFC last
Dublin v Galway, Croke Park, 4pm
If the sport finishes degree, then the replay will happen on Sunday, 29 September at Croke Park
Are living weblog on RTÉ.ie and at the RTÉ Information Now app from 3.30pm.
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TG4 may have are living protection of the senior last, in addition to the intermediate (Meath v Tipperary) and junior (Fermanagh v Louth) deciders from 11:40am.
Complete highlights of all 3 finals on The Sunday Sport with Des Cahill at 9:30pm.
Most commonly cloudy, with scattered outbreaks of rain and drizzle, power in puts. Fairly clearer prerequisites will expand within the north, extending slowly southwards later Sunday and Sunday night time. Rather cool in maximum spaces, with most temperatures of 14 to 16 Celsius.
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A decade of distinction for Dublin
Dublin began this decade with out a senior name to their identify, however they head into Sunday’s conflict going for 3 in a row, and a fourth name since 2010.
It should not be forgotten despite the fact that that the Jackies had to be told some laborious courses previous within the 2010s, sooner than coming to the fore. They’d misplaced 3 consecutive finals to Cork, questions had been being requested as as to whether the senior gamers within the panel would ever elevate the Brendan Martin Cup once more.
Rapid ahead to this weekend, and RTÉ analyst Denise Masterson reckons that the county she previously captained are the “red-hot favourites” after their semi-final win over the Rebels.
The Dubs had been firing an all cylinders, hitting 19 objectives in simply give video games thus far this summer time. When the counties met in closing 12 months’s semi-final, Dublin had been at ease seven level winners at Dr Hyde Park.
Fairly astonishingly, you need to return to 2004 to seek out the closing time that both Dublin or Cork didn’t win the name. It additionally occurs to the closing time Galway had been topped champions.
— RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) September 12, 2019
Galway go back and forth in hope
The westerners will go back and forth to the capital for a 2d nationwide last in just a little over 4 months, after being crushed via Cork within the last of the Lidl Nationwide League again in early Would possibly.
It is simply Galway’s fourth look within the last, having been crushed two times, to move with the aforementioned victory in 2004.
Whilst the loss to Cork in Would possibly was once the 6th time the Tribeswomen had contested the League last, after shedding the former 5 occasions.
The hope within the county comes off the again in their contemporary minor successes, having claimed 4 titles this decade, whilst additionally profitable the Aisling McGing Cup two years in the past.
Their captain, Tracey Leonard, advised RTÉ Recreation’s Declan Whooley this week that they are taking inspiration from the county’s All-Eire camogie champions, and that their win over opponents Mayo the closing day offers the workforce trust.
“I believe the semi-final proved we’re not the just about workforce,” she mentioned.
“The nature of our ladies were given us over the road. We draw nice inspiration from what they (camogie workforce) did on the weekend. It is a large factor for Galway girls the way in which they got here in as underdogs and truly drove it house.
“They have got been knocking within the door and the tag of just about workforce has been thrown at them too. I used to be thrilled for them whilst you know the dedication that is going into it.”
Dublin: C Trant; É Rutledge, N Collins, M Byrne; A Kane, S Goldrick, O Carey; L Magee, S McGrath; C Rowe, N McEvoy, L Davey; S Aherne (c), N Healy, J Dunne.
Galway: L Murphy; S Burke, N Ward, S Lynch; O Murphy, B Hannon, S Molloy; L Ward, Á McDonagh; O Divilly, M Glynn, M Seoighe; T Leonard (c), S Conneally, R Leonard.
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