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  • World Cup Gold
    World Cup Gold
    Friday, 5th June, 19:30

    A gem from the Sports Archives - Republic of Ireland v Italy in the 1994 FIFA World Cup match at the Giants Stadium, New Jersey. The golden age of Irish soccer provides the basis for this archive-based international soccer series. Jack Charltons Irish team included such players as Roy Keane, Packie Bonner, Ray Houghton, Denis Irwin, Paul McGrath, Niall Quinn and Steve Staunton. 75,338 fans were packed into the Giants Stadium to see Arrigo Sacchi's Italian team take on the boys in green. The italian team included players such as Paolo Maldini, Franco Baresi, Roberto Baggio and Roberto Donadoni.

  • Comórtas Peile 1996 - Súil Siar (OS & TS)
    Comórtas Peile 1996 - Súil Siar (OS & TS)
    Saturday, 6th June, 10:05

    Highlights of the national Gaeltacht football tournament which took place in Baile Bhuirne, Co. Cork in 1996. This was the fourth time that CLG Naomh Abán had run the tournament after it was held there in 1971, 1974 and 1979.

  • Comórtas Peile 1997 - Súil Siar (OS & TS)
    Comórtas Peile 1997 - Súil Siar (OS & TS)
    Saturday, 6th June, 11:05

    Highlights of the national Gaeltacht football tournament which took place in An Cheathrú Rua in 1997. This was the fourth time that the club had run the tournament after it was held there in 1973, 1976 and 1988.

  • Rugbaí Gold
    Rugbaí Gold
    Saturday, 6th June, 19:15

    Another opportunity to look back on the hotly contested 2012 Heineken Cup quarter-final between Munster and Ulster at Thomond Park with the prize of a home country semi final for the winner. Munster were hoping to pick up where they left off in January when they handed Northampton Saints a Pool One thrashing. Boosted by Stephen Ferris's inclusion however, Ulster travelled south with a point to prove.

  • All Ireland Gold (TS)
    All Ireland Gold (TS)
    Sunday, 7th June, 14:25

    The 1980 All-Ireland Football Semi Final between Kerry and Offaly. Commentary by Michael O'Hehir. The start of a keenly contested rivalry between these two counties in the early 80s. Kerry were on the way to establishing themselves as one of the best teams of all time, and were looking to win their third All-Ireland in a row this year. Offaly had come through Leinster for the first time in a few years, having beaten Dublin in the Leinster Final.

  • All Ireland Gold (TS)
    All Ireland Gold (TS)
    Sunday, 7th June, 16:00

    A chance to see Limerick v Galway in the 2018 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final from Croke Park. 82,300 were in attendance at GAA headquarters to see the 131st All Ireland Hurling Final. Galway went into this final as the defending champions and were looking to win their sixth All-Ireland title. John Kiely was managing a Limerick team who were appearing in their first final since 2007 and were looking for an eighth All Ireland title - their last win was in 1973. The two counties had played each other in the final twice prior to this: in 1923 and 1980 with Galway winning both.

  • Cluichí na Bliana
    Cluichí na Bliana
    Monday, 8th June, 20:00

    Another chance to see Mayo v Derry in 2017's GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Qualifier from Elverys MacHale Park, Castlebar.

  • World Cup Gold
    World Cup Gold
    Friday, 12th June, 19:30

    A chance to see Spain v Northern Ireland from the 1982 FIFA World Cup which was played at the Estadio Luis Casanova, Valencia. Spain were hosting this World Cup and were up against a Northern Ireland team which was managed by Billy Bingham and included such players as Pat Jennings, Norman Whiteside, Mal Donaghy and captained by Martin O'Neill. Northern Ireland needed to win or a draw of 2-2 or higher to see them through to the next group stage.

  • On The Limit Sports
    On The Limit Sports
    Saturday, 13th June, 10:35

    Highlights of one of the top Rallies held in Ireland in 2019.

  • Comórtas Peile 1998 -Súil Siar (OS & TS)
    Comórtas Peile 1998 -Súil Siar (OS & TS)
    Saturday, 13th June, 11:05

    Highlights of the national Gaeltacht football tournament which took place in An Fál Carrach, Co. Donegal in 1998. This was an historic occasion for CLG Chloich Cheann Fhaola as this was the first time for the club to hold the tournament on their home grounds at Páirc Naomh Fhionnáin.

  • Rugbaí Gold
    Rugbaí Gold
    Saturday, 13th June, 19:15

    There's has been many memorable days in Thomond Park and the Heineken Cup game between Munster and Northampton Saints at Thomond Park in November 2011 is a game that will live long in the memory. This was another great European night in Limerick which was full of drama and tension.

  • All Ireland Gold (TS)
    All Ireland Gold (TS)
    Sunday, 14th June, 14:35

    The 1989 All-Ireland Hurling Semi-final between Offaly and Antrim. The 1980s saw the big breakthrough for Offaly, the Faithful County having won their first 2 All-Ireland titles and first 6 Leinster titles in that decade. Antrim, led by Saffrons legends Ciarán Barr and Terence 'Sambo' McNaughton were loooking to make a breakthrough of their own and get to their first All Ireland Final since the 1940s.

  • All Ireland Gold (TS)
    All Ireland Gold (TS)
    Sunday, 14th June, 16:00

    Another chance to see Dublin v Mayo in the 2017 All Ireland Senior Football Final from Croke Park. This was the fourth occasion that the two counties met in the final, following matches in 1921, 2013 and 2016. Jim Gavin's Dublin team were seeking their third consecutive All-Ireland title, while Mayo, under Stephen Rochford's management were aiming for their first All-Ireland since 1951.

  • GAA GOLD
    GAA GOLD
    Sunday, 14th June, 17:40

    The first programme of the series starts with the year 1980 and the programme spans the year from the National Football League Final in April all the way through to the All-Ireland Football Final in September.

  • GAA GOLD
    GAA GOLD
    Monday, 15th June, 20:30

    The first programme of the series starts with the year 1980 and the programme spans the year from the National Football League Final in April all the way through to the All-Ireland Football Final in September.