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Cork Return To Croke Park For Super 8s

GAA FOOTBALL ALL-IRELAND SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP

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It’s going to be another busy weekend at Croke Park with four All-Ireland Senior Football Championships scheduled in.

Following Cork’s defeat to Kilkenny in the Hurling All-Ireland Quarter Finals, all eyes are now on the footballers. Spirits are high with Ronan McCarthy’s team putting in a great effort last week in the opening weekend of the Super 8s against Dublin.

Looking to this weekend’s phase two fixtures at Croke Park, Cork will take on Tyrone with throw in at 5pm. Dublin faces Roscommon straight afterwards at 7pm.

Super 8s

The GAA are in the second year of a three year experiment with the Super 8s. It’s unclear if it will be continued into 2021. The format has proven popular with players as it takes out the long waits between games which were a feature of so many GAA summers.

Watch The Game

Tickets are still available for the double headers on Saturday and the Mayo v Meath/Kerry v Donegal games on Sunday.

SKY Sports will be broadcasting the Cork v Tyrone game. If you aren’t signed up to SKY, most pubs will be showing the game and you can keep up to date on the live score by following Cork GAA on Twitter here.

As chief sponsor of Cork GAA, everyone here at Chill Insurance will be cheering on the lads as they take on Tyrone. Keep track of all the action on social media with the hashtags #rebelsabu and #CorkGAA.