SETANTA SPORTS TO COVER ALL DUBLIN NFL HOME GAMES.
Setanta Sports will show Dublin’s three Saturday night home games in the Allianz League live as they look to claim a hat-trick of victories in the competition.
The Saturday night Croke Park games open up with a repeat of the All-Ireland semi-final against Donegal on February 7th, followed by a meeting with Tyrone on March 7th.
The final home game for Jim Gavin’s side is repeat of last year’s league final against Derry on March 28th.
Setanta will also show Dublin in their away game against Mayo in Castlebar on March 14th.
Six of the eight Division One teams will feature in the Saturday night live games, but All-Ireland champions Kerry and Cork do not feature on the channel as both counties are scheduled to play all their games on Sundays.
TG4 have the rights to show Sunday games in the National League.
Setanta’s programme of games gets underway with an Ulster double-header, with Donegal taking on Derry and Tyrone hosting Monaghan.
Setanta will also show five Saturday night games from the National Hurling League, with Cork featuring in three. Their schedule opens up with the Rebels meeting defending champions Kilkenny at Páirc Uí Rinn on February 14th.
The meeting of Dublin and Cork on March 7th is part of a double-header at Croke Park, with a throw-in of 5.0pm, followed by the Dublin and Tyrone football match at 7.0pm.
SETANTA NATIONAL LEAGUE SCHEDULE
(Subject to change, 7.0pm throw-in unless stated)
January 31st: Donegal v Derry; Tyrone v Monaghan
February 7th: Dublin v Donegal; Meath v Kildare
February 28th: Tyrone v Derry; Cavan v Down
March 7th: Dublin v Tyrone; Cavan v Kildare
March 14th: Mayo v Dublin; Meath v Laois
March 28th: Dublin v Derry; Down v Meath
February 14th: Cork v Kilkenny; Limerick v Waterford
February 21st: Cork v Clare; Waterford v Laois
March 7th: Dublin v Cork, 5.0pm.