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What time, what channel, team news and all you need to know about Cork v Mayo


Doireann O’Sullivan, ar dheis, ag ceiliúradh Craobh na Mumhan le hÁine O’Sullivan

Doireann O’Sullivan, ar dheis, ag ceiliúradh Craobh na Mumhan le hÁine O’Sullivan

Doireann O’Sullivan, ar dheis, ag ceiliúradh Craobh na Mumhan le hÁine O’Sullivan

We've reached the quarter-final stage of the All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship this weekend with Cork up against Mayo. Here’s all you need to know about the game.

Where and when is it on?

Saturday’s match takes place at Cusack Park in Ennis, Co. Clare with a 3.00pm throw-in.

What’s the team news?

We'll bring you team news from both camps as soon as it's released.

Where can I watch the game?

The match is not being shown on terrestrial television but will be streamed through the TG4 YouTube channel.

What can I read about and listen to on Independent.ie?

When Doireann O'Sullivan started her Cork ladies football career, the team was out on their own as the game's chief protagonists, almost nailed on every year to win the Brendan Martin Cup. They've had to yield that position though in recent years but their resolve to get back to where they were and their belief in themselves remains cast iron.

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Former Donegal player Nadine Doherty gave her take on the quarter-final line-up last week.

'It’s 40 years since the start of one of the greatest and most under-rated feats in Gaelic football history.'

Sinead Kissane has written a fascinating piece on the great nine-in-a-row Kerry ladies team from the 1980s.

Ahead of the quarter-finals, John Greene spoke to Meath's Katie Newe, who insists the current All-Ireland champions are no one-hit wonder, despite their Leinster final loss to Dublin.

The number of Irish women who will play in the upcoming AFLW season has soared to 21 with the news that former Armagh footballer Amy Mulholland was selected in their draft and you can see her reaction here.

Donnchadh Boyle also has his regular weekend wrap-up from the GAA world for you.

For the latest on all the GAA action you can listen to The Throw-In podcast.

Vincent Hogan and John Mullane join Will Slattery and Michael Verney on this week’s edition to discuss the hurling semi finals and to look ahead to the Limerick v Kilkenny final.

Plus on Philly McMahon’s weekly show he gives his take on the Football Championship. This episode sees Philly join Sinéad Kissane and the Irish Independent’s Conor McKeon to preview the weekend men's semi-finals. He explains how the Dubs can get at the Kerry defence and also how he would approach marking David Clifford.

For more from The Throw-In visit the show page at: www.independent.ie/podcasts/the-throw-in/

What are the match odds?

Cork are heavy favourites at 1/6 with Mayo 9/2. The draw after 70 minutes is 12/1, with the Rebels 1/7 and Mayo 4/1 to make the semi-finals.

What are the managers saying?

We'll bring you quotes from both camps once they face the press later in the week.

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