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Galway v Clare LIVE stream of All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship clash.



Defending All-Ireland Minor Hurling champions Galway face Clare in the last eight of the competition this weekend.

The young Tribesmen host the Banner County in Athenry on Saturday afternoon, with throw-in scheduled for 1pm.

TG4 are streaming the game live on YouTube and you can watch it live on the video at the top of this article.

Leinster vs Munster: TV channel, stream, kick-off time and everything to know

Defending champions and URC table toppers Leinster will renew their rivalry with Munster in the final round of league stage action this weekend.

The fixture carries great weight for Munster, who likely need a win if they are to land a home quarter-final in the competition.

Leinster are the home team for final-round league meeting, and will host Munster at the the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

It is the second meeting between the two teams in the league this season. The Blues turned out winners in the first clash at Thomond Park earlier this season.

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16th May 2022 By The Editor

Gavin Coombes returns to training this week.

Gavin Coombes returns to training this week.

InphoThe Munster squad are continuing preparations at the HPC ahead of Saturday’s final game of the United Rugby Championship regular season against Leinster in Dublin (7.15pm, live on TG4).

Leinster thumped Toulouse 40-17 last Saturday to reach the Champions Cup final, where they will face La Rochelle. The hosts have back-to-back wins over the current Top 14 champions and this season’s Premiership leaders after beating Leicester the week before but they are riding a two-match losing streak in the United Rugby Championship after a tough tour of South Africa. Travelling Munster lost on penalties to Toulouse two weeks ago in the Champions Cup and they sat out last week whilst their rivals beat the reigning champions. The visitors had previously enjoyed a three-match winning streak including an impressive victory away at Ulster and they are a serious threat to the leaders on Saturday. Backing Leinster to edge this, or better yet handing them a +2 head-start, looks the more sensible way to lean here.

Munster Head Coach Johann van Graan and Thomas Ahern spoke to the media this week ahead of Saturday night’s URC round 18 clash against Leinster at the Aviva Stadium (7.15pm, live on TG4).

What time, what channel, team news and all you need to know about Leinster v Munster

Leinster welcome Munster for a big provincial derby clash in the United Rugby Championship this weekend. Here’s all you need to know about the game.

Peter O’Mahony has been ruled out of Munster’s trip to Dublin, where they seek the victory required to guarantee a home quarter-final in the United Rugby Championship.

However, Andrew Conway is back in the team for the first time in months while Mike Haley has also been passed fit.

Jack O’Donoghue captains Munster, with four changes to the side that faced Toulouse in the Champions Cup quarter-final.

Thomas Ahern, Andrew Conway, Dan Goggin and John Ryan all come into the side and a positional switch sees Fineen Wycherley move to the back row.

Leinster boss Leo Cullen will be pleased to welcome back Jordan Larmour and Ryan Baird from injury to start and boost his options ahead of next weekend’s Champions Cup final against La Rochelle.

All of the established European fit front-liners are rested as the returning Larmour slots in at full-back with Rob Russell on his right and Rory O'Loughlin on his left

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