With the Fermanagh Club Championship Finals to be played over the next two weekends, it has been announced that Fermanagh GAA are to broadcast live coverage of all 3 finals on their website, which can be viewed around the world.
The Kevin Courtney Garage & Car Sales Intermediate Championship Final between Irvinestown St Molaises and Belnaleck Art McMurroughs will be broadcast this Sunday, 23rd September, starting at 3:10pm.
The Peter Carty Funeral Director Junior Football Championship Final will be broadcast at 7:40pm on Friday 28th September and will feature Aghadrumsee St McCartans against the winners of the second semi-final between Derrylin O Connells & Coa O`Dwyer’s.
Coverage of the Quinn Building Products Senior Football Championship Final between Ederney St Joseph’s and Derrygonnelly Harps will begin at 3:00pm on Sunday 30th September.
Each of the games will be broadcast in high definition, live on the Fermanagh GAA website at www.fermanagh.gaa.ie, with commentary and analysis from an expert panel, led by the experienced Ger Treacy, who is a broadcaster of some renown on the national stage.
Commenting on the move, a spokesperson for Fermanagh GAA said:
“This is an exciting development for Fermanagh GAA and considerable effort has been put into this project to make sure that it meets our needs as an organisation and matches the expectations of our members and supporters in Fermanagh and further afield.
“We are delighted to have secured Ger Treacy as our main commentator for these games and we believe that this sends out a signal of our intent to produce a high quality, informative and entertaining broadcast.
“As demonstrated by the attendances at all of our championship games, there is huge interest in these competitions and we believe that there is a significant demand for a facility of this nature.
“Each of these three Championship Finals promises to be an exciting affair for both supporters and neutrals.
We are proud to be a thriving, forward-looking and innovative organisation and what better way to showcase our games than to make them available for everyone to watch live from around the world.
“With the recent advancements of technology in recent times, it is important that the GAA makes full use of every available means within its disposable to promote and advance our games to as wide an audience as possible.
“Any individual or organisation interested in availing of sponsorship opportunities for any, or all, of the three games is asked to email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.”