AIB All-Ireland Junior and Intermediate finals to be streamed live from Croke Park

AIB have announced that GAA fans can now view the final instalments of the 2016/17 AIB GAA Junior and Intermediate Football and Hurling Club Championship online via and the AIB YouTube channel.

Eight outstanding teams from Mayo, Meath, Kerry, Tyrone, Kilkenny, Galway and Cork will compete in what is the pinnacle of the AIB GAA Junior and Intermediate Hurling and Football club championship.

GAA fans can now follow every minute of the action online and witness who is #TheToughest thanks to Club Championship sponsor AIB who recently teamed up with innovative TV service

Live video streaming is growing in popularity, and the games between Westport and Kenmare, and Louisburgh against Glenbeigh / Glencar in the Junior and Intermediate club semi-finals in Ennis were shown online with over 23,900 people from 72 countries watching at least a few minutes of live coverage.

Commenting on AIB’s live video streaming service, Patrick Somers, Marketing Manager, AIB, said; “We are very excited about live streaming all four finals. We have collaborated with on a number of occasions and they have shown a real commitment to capturing the pure skill and intense emotion of these great championship games.”

The schedule for both days is as follows:

Saturday, 18th February:

2.30pm: Coverage starts

3pm: Junior Hurling Final: Mayfield (Cork) v Mooncoin (Kilkenny)

4.45pm: Intermediate Hurling Final: Ahascragh-Fohenagh (Galway) v Carrickshock (Kilkenny)

Sunday, 19th February:

1.30pm: Coverage starts;

2pm: Junior Football Final Glenbeigh-Glencar (Kerry), v Rock St Patrick’s (Tyrone)

3.45pm, Intermediate Football Final: St. Colmcille's (Meath) v Westport GAA (Mayo)

To view all the action from the final instalments of the 2016/17 AIB GAA Junior and Intermediate Football and Hurling Club Championship visit

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