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GAMES: Breaffy House Resort Mayo junior football championship semi-finals

DATE: Sunday, October 1

TEAMS: Ballycastle v Kilmaine 2pm, Ref: TBC;  Balla v Lahardane McHales 3:30pm, Ref: TBC

VENUE: Elverys MacHale Park, Castlebar

BROADCAST STARTS: 1.40pm

COMMENTARY TEAM: Liam Horan (presenter), Tom Carney (commentator), Stephen Carolan (match analyst) Fergal O’Connor (Ballycastle), Gerry Costello (Balla), Caoimhin Rowland (Lahardane McHales) and co-commentator from Kilmaine (waiting for the name of the chosen one).

PRODUCTION TEAM: Conor Dowd (videographer), Brendan Dowd (editor), Dessie Campbell (director), Liam Hennelly (broadcast assistant & social media), Paula Ballester Murat (broadcast assistant), Shane Halligan (technical / web).

COST: €4 for live viewing (see below). We recommend buying early to make sure you have everything in order. Any problems getting onto live broadcast, check out our FAQs & Troubleshooting section. In fact, we recommend you read FAQs & Troubleshooting before purchasing as it outlines in full the process and anticipates many of the issues that arise. In 99 per cent of cases, those issues are easily resolved. In the occasional cases where the streaming still doesn’t work, we provide full refunds.

SPONSORSHIP: Sponsorship and advertising opportunities available. Call Liam Horan on +353 87 9185 867.

CAN I WATCH LIVE, AFTERWARDS OR BOTH: Yes, you can. One ticket ensures viewing for a number of times afterwards. The actual link to the game may change, but the password won’t. If you’re struggling to find the game afterwards, go to www.mayogaatv.com/player and scroll down to select the playlist for the game. However, if you didn’t buy a ticket to watch it live, and you want to watch it afterwards, you will be asked to buy a ticket. Any problems, contact us: it can take a little bit of getting used to.

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