Thursday, July 30, 2020

Killian Whelan, Michael Egan, John Moynihan and Niall Handy at the announcement of Laois GAA’s intention to live stream hurling and football championship games from MV Hire O’Moore Park                 Photo: Paul Dargan

By Denis J Croke

FROM this weekend Laois GAA fans will be able to watch live senior championship hurling and football games from the comfort of their armchairs.

Laois GAA will live stream all four senior hurling championship games this weekend starting tonight.

The championship gets up and running this evening with the meeting of Borris/Kilcotton and Camross, throw-in 7.30pm. Tomorrow Rathdowney/Errill take on old foes Clough/Ballacolla, throw-in also 7.30pm.

Saturday evening there will be two games with St Lazarian’s Abbeyleix taking on Castletown (5pm) with the final game of the opening round featuring Ballinakill and newly promoted Rosenallis (7.30pm).

The fixtures will be streamed via Laois GAA TV LIVE and will cost €5 per fixture

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In a statement earlier this week Laois GAA said: “We are live streaming senior games in both hurling and football from MW Hire O’Moore Park. With the current crowd restrictions due to the covid 19 pandemic and huge interest from all our clubs and supporters we are delighted to bring the games to you live.

“The pandemic has brought about many changes and we have been extremely busy working to bring the best possible service to all. We are thrilled to have Michael Egan continue his support with Laois GAA TV. John Moynihan from All Rounder Sport has teamed up with us to provide the live streaming service and the popular Killeshin commentator Killian Whelan will be anchoring the commentary for all matches.  We will also have some very special guests co-commentating over the coming weeks.

“Keep an eye on our social media channels to find out more details of games and how to register to view over the coming days.”

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