Four games live streamed in this weekends Brooks Group Sponsored Senior Hurling Championship.

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How can I purchase the available passes?

To purchase the Day Pass €10, click on any game of the day you wish to purchase the pass for.

You can purchase the Hurling Season Pass €120, via the Hurling Season Pass Button on the Live Streaming Home Page.

How to watch after I purchase a pass?

By logging in with your account you will automatically gain access to all games included in your purchase pass.

Simply click on the game you wish to watch and enjoy!

Round 2 of the Brooks Group sponsored Club Hurling action coming up this weekend

Friday 19th August


Mullagh v Liam Mellows, Kenny Park, 7pm,  purchase match tickets here


Meelick-Eyrecourt v Carnmore, Duggan Park, 7pm, purchase match tickets here 


Saturday 20th August


Craughwell v Loughrea, Kenny Park, 5pm, purchase match tickets here

Turloughmore v Clarinbridge, Kenny Park, 6:45pm, purchase match tickets here


Ardrahan v Portumna, Gort, 5pm, purchase match tickets here

Ahascragh/Fohenagh v Padraig Pearses, Duggan Park, 5pm, purchase match tickets here

Moycullen v Beagh, Pearse Stadium, 6:45pm, purchase match tickets here

Oranmore-Maree v Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry, Gort, 6:45pm, purchase match tickets here




Ballinderreen v Sylane, Pearse Stadium, 5pm, purchase match tickets here

Abbeyknockmoy v Castlegar, Duggan Park, 6:45pm, purchase match tickets here


Sunday 21st August


Killimordaly v St Thomas, Duggan Park, 12pm, purchase match tickets here

Cappataggle v Kilconieron, Loughrea, 1pm, purchase match tickets here

Tommy Larkins v Gort, Kenny Park, 4pm, purchase match tickets here

Sarsfields v Castlegar, Kenny Park, 5:45pm, purchase match tickets here



Kilnadeema-Leitrim v St Mary’s Athenry, Loughrea, 2:30pm, purchase match tickets here



An Spidéal v Turloughmore, Pearse Stadium, 12pm, purchase match tickets here

Killimor v Kiltormer, Duggan Park, 1:45pm, purchase match tickets here 

Annaghdown v Rahoon-Newcastle, Pearse Stadium, 1:45pm, purchase match tickets here

Craughwell v Kilbeacanty, Kinvara, 4pm, purchase match tickets here 


Electric Ireland have announced the 2022 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Football Team of the Year!
Congratulations to our six Star winners from the All Ireland Minor winning football team 
Kyle Gilmore of Cortoon Shamrocks GAA takes the No.1 Jersey in the 2022 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Team of the Year. The
GalwayGAA keeper played a key role for his side this year with accurate kick outs which launched attacks, as well as an impressive shot stopping ability.

Despite wearing No.2, C.L.G. An Spidéal man Tomás Farthing could be found across the entire pitch! Man of the Match performances in the Semi-Final and Final highlighted his importance for GalwayGAA making Tomás the 2022 Electric Ireland Minor Football Star Player of the Year!

Cillian Trayers provided a strong spine in the GalwayGAA side. The Claregalway GAA man is very much a modern defender as Cillian is well able to stick points, but never forgets about his defensive duties and always tracked back to make crucial tackles to end opposition attacks

Joint GalwayGAA captain Jack Lonergan takes the second midfield position this year. The Claregalway GAA man was excellent under a high ball throughout the championship and was a great ball carrier, as he kickstarted many attacks from midfield

Éanna Monaghan of Claregalway GAA Club was the other joint captain of Galway GAA this year. He scored a total of 3-31 in the championship, including 4 points in the 2022 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Football Final, helping Galway regain the title for the first time since 2007!

Colm Costello of GalwayGAA takes the final spot in 2022 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Team of the Year. Colm was always reliable in front of goal and always performed on the big stage. The Dunmore MacHales GAA man scored 2-34 this season, showing just how crucial he was for his team

Four games Live Streamed this weekend in the Bon Secours Sponsored Senior Football Championship.

Live Streaming Day & Season passes available to purchase here:

Match Tickets for Senior & Intermediate Fixtures can be purchased online in advance.

Pricing €10 online, €15 at gate.

U16s go free and do not need a ticket.

Senior Football Championship Fixtures 

Friday 12th August:

Bearna v St James, Pearse Stadium, 7.30 PM, purchase tickets here


Saturday 13th August:

An Spidéal v Tuam Stars, Kenny Park, 2 PM, purchase tickets here

Milltown v St Michael’s, Kenny Park, 3.45PM, purchase tickets here 

An Cheathrú Rua v Mountbellew/Moylough, Pearse Stadium, 4.30 PM, purchase tickets here

Claregalway v Caherlistrane, Tuam Stadium, 5.15PM purchase tickets here  

Naomh Anna, Leitir Móir v Corofin, Pearse Stadium, 6.15 PM, purchase tickets here 

Annaghdown v Salthill-Knocknacarra, Tuam Stadium, 7 PM, purchase tickets here  


Sunday 14th August:

Monivea-Abbey v Killannin, Pearse Stadium, 2PM, purchase tickets here 

Oughterard v Maigh Cuilinn, Pearse Stadium, 3.45PM, purchase tickets here




Intermediate Football Championship Fixtures:


Friday 12th August:

Maigh Cuilinn v Corofin, Kenny Park, 7.30PM purchase tickets here

Kilkerrrin-Clonberne v Headford, Tuam Stadium, 7.30PM purchase tickets here 


Saturday 13th August:

Kilconly v St Gabriel’s, Corofin, 2 PM, purchase tickets here  

Oileáin Árann v Killererin, The Priarie, 3PM, purchase tickets here


Sunday 14th August:

St Brendans v Caltra, Duggan Park, 12 PM, purchase tickets here  

Oranmore-Maree v Mícheál Breathnach, Moycullen, 1PM, purchase tickets here  

Dunmore McHales v Williamstown, Tuam Stadium, 4PM, purchase tickets here

Cortoon Shamrocks v Glenamaddy, Tuam Stadium, 5.45PM, purchase tickets here  



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⭐After a thrilling year of hurling action, Electric Ireland have announced the 2022 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Hurling Team of the Year!⭐
Galway have 3 Minor Star Award Winners!
Ardrahan GAA keeper Donagh Fahy played an instrumental role for his Galway side throughout the 2022 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Hurling Championship, pulling off numerous sublime saves this season, particularly in the All-Ireland Semi-Final.
Galway Minor Captain Rory Burke dominated the midfield throughout the season. The Oranmore Maree club man had the ability to drive lead his forward, as well as pass and shoot which  created a number of scoring chances for side and saw him score 3 points in the All-Ireland Quarter-Final.

Aaron Niland, of Clarinbridge GAA amassed 2-39 across 3 games, including 16 points in the All-Ireland Quarter-Final. His ability to score from play and from free’s proved to be invaluable for Galway GAA as he proved to be a handful for opposition defenders.

Congratulations to all three on their wonderful performances throughout the campaign and well deserved awards!

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