Saturday Gaa Games

Kerins O'RahillysThis evening in The Acorn Life County Under 21 Football Championship. Kerins O’Rahilly’s host Kilcummin/Rathmore at 7.45. While in Senior Football League Div 1, Milltown/Castlemaine entertain Waterville at 7.30pm The qualifier series continues this afternoon in the All-Ireland Football Championship. The meeting of Cavan and Roscommon at Kingspan Breffni Park is probably the most eye-catching of the three fixtures today in Round 2A. Cavan will be hoping to build on their comfortable qualifier victory over London, while Roscommon will be anxious to bounce-back from the disappointment of their Connacht semi-final loss to Sligo. Throw-in is at 5pm, which is the same start time as the qualifier meeting between Clare and Longford at Cusack Park in Ennis. But the opening game of the afternoon is at O’Connor Park where Offaly will host their neighbours Kildare from 2pm. GAA analyst Aaron Kernan believes that it will be a closely-fought contest… [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/42238/medium/”] ====== Later this evening, the All Ireland hurling qualifiers get underway. The Clare hurlers are also in action as part of a double-header at Cusack Park tonight as Davy Fitzgerald’s side play host to Offaly. Laois will be looking to bounce-back from the disappointment of their Leinster semi-final loss to Galway as they take-on Dublin at O’Moore Park. And Wexford will go up against Cork at Innovate Wexford Park. All three matches will throw-in at 7pm. ====== There’s also a Connacht Minor Football semi-final this evening as Mayo and Galway go head-to-head at MacHale Park from half-past six. ====== The action continues this afternoon in the Liberty Insurance Senior Camogie Championship. In Group 1, Offaly host Galway in Birr at 2.30, while the meeting of Wexford versus Limerick will provide the curtain raiser to the men’s qualifier at Innovate Wexford Park, with throw-in at 5pm. There’s also two fixtures in Group 2 today. Derry versus Kilkenny gets underway at half-past two, while Dublin will face Tipperary in Portlaoise from 5 o’clock.

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