The ‘stream team’ is on the road again this Saturday and by coincidence it is another derby clash in the Connacht Gold SF championship as we stream all the live action from Kinlough where Melvin Gaels take on Glencar/Manor.
This will be Melvin Gael’s final game of the group stages as they have a bye in the last round and are currently 2 to the good out of 3 games. Glencar Manor have a clean record to date and no doubt will be looking to build on momentum – it’s a throw-in time of 7pm on Saturday evening.
The Live Scores ticker will be available bringing you the latest updates from other games across the county (subject to clubs providing twitter updates).
The match commentary will be provided by John Lynch and co-commentator is Martin McGowan and apologies to followers last week as just prior to going live we had an accidental rainwater spill on a key part of our audio system resulting in reduced quality of audio on all of our content despite our best effort to remedy the issue. The hair dryer is nearly burnt out getting everything dry and tested for this week.
As per the previous broadcasts we will be reviewing previous rounds in both Intermediate and Senior and focusing on the progress of all teams in our in depth pre-game analysis so tune in early as we aim to go live around 6:50pm
We will be announcing our final free game from the group stages early next week.
Other Livestream plans:
A dedicated Livestream page for the group stages is now available on our website.
We will continue to bring free coverage of a game in each of the remaining rounds of the group stages subject to broadband availability. Thanks to all of the clubs who have facilitated our efforts to date.
It is planned to have a pay-per-view service for a selection of the quarter finals on wards – more details closer to those dates.
The YouTube channel is here: Leitrim GAA – Official
If searching for the channel on a device you need to look for ‘Leitrim GAA Official’ to ensure you have the correct account.
Looking forward to our coverage from Kinlough