This weekend could be the prelude for a busy November for Donegal GAA or interest in inter-county competitions could be over for 2020. The hurlers meet a strong Armagh side that they pipped for the Allianz 3A League title at 1.30 Saturday afternoon in Letterkenny and the footballers go into battle against an in-form Tyrone in the Ulster Championship Quarterfinal at the same time in MacCumhaill Park on Sunday.
The virtual programme for the hurling is now available for download, at no cost, from the Donegal GAA TV site. The game will also be streamed by Donegal GAA TV – there is, however, a cost for the stream of €5. The football on Sunday is live on BBC2 and RTE2 for viewers in Ireland. Internationally it is being streamed by GAAGO. The link can also be found on the site. The virtual programme for the football is not yet available but a link to it will be provided on the Donegal GAA TV site on Sunday morning once it is released by Ulster Council.