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    The Sunday TG4 match, Kilkenny v Tipperary is also being shown live by Premier Sports:
    http://www.premiersports.tv/ (TV schedule)

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    Does anybody stream these games live? What are the chances of finding a stream for KK v Tipp later today? Or does anyone know how to get TG4 in the UK? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfitz1000 View Post
    Does anybody stream these games live? What are the chances of finding a stream for KK v Tipp later today? Or does anyone know how to get TG4 in the UK? Thanks.
    If you have Sky, it's on channel 433 (Premier Sports) which is £7.99 a month and shows live GAA pretty much every week or alternatively if the TG4 link doesn't work in the UK, try using a proxy server from http://nntime.com/proxy-country/Ireland-01.htm it may slow down browsing but it should work, how to use it is the following:

    Google Chrome

    Click the tool on the far right underneath the x close button.
    Click on options
    Click on under the hood
    Click on change proxy settings
    Click on the connections tab then LAN settings
    Tick the box that says use a proxy server for your LAN then input the information (the bit before the colon is the address where as the bit after it is the port)

    Internet Explorer

    Click on the button on the far right underneath the x close button
    Click on internet options
    Click on the connections tab then LAN settings
    Tick the box that says use a proxy server for your LAN then input the information (the bit before the colon is the address where as the bit after it is the port)

    Mozilla Firefox

    Click on tools
    Click on options
    Click on the advanced tab then the network tab then click on settings
    Click on manual proxy configuration and input the information in the HTTP Proxy box (the bit before the colon is the address where as the bit after it is the port).

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    Thanks for the reply, I don't have Sky and unfortunately I have never been able to find a working Irish proxy. I would be willing to pay for a decent one if it meant that I could stream TG4 and RTE live as Sky isn't an option for me.

    Are there people who stream GAA? I remember watching championship games online last summer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfitz1000 View Post
    Thanks for the reply, I don't have Sky and unfortunately I have never been able to find a working Irish proxy. I would be willing to pay for a decent one if it meant that I could stream TG4 and RTE live as Sky isn't an option for me.

    Are there people who stream GAA? I remember watching championship games online last summer?
    Not recently there hasn't been to my knowledge.

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    The TG4 live matches next weekend are the Fitzgibbon Cup Final on the Saturday & Down v Kerry on the Sunday:
    http://www.tg4.ie/tv-listings/tv-lis...?date=2012-3-3
    http://entertainment.ie/tv/display.a...y=12&submit=Go

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    The Down v Kerry match is also being broadcast live by Premier Sports this Sunday:
    http://www.premiersports.tv/ (TV schedule, also confirmed in GAA section)

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    Allianz National Hurling League 2012 Round 1 Highlights



    Cork v Waterford, Division 1A, Saturday 25th February 2012

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    Allianz National Hurling League 2012 Round 1 Highlights



    Kilkenny v Tipperary, Division 1A, Sunday 26th February 2012




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    Allianz National Hurling League 2012 Round 1 Highlights



    Galway v Dublin, Division 1A, Sunday 26th February 2012





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    Allianz National Hurling League 2012 Round 1 Highlights



    Limerick v Clare, Division 1B, Saturday 25th February 2012





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    Allianz National Hurling League 2012 Round 1 Highlights



    Antrim v Wexford, Division 1B, Sunday 26th February 2012





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    Allianz National Hurling League 2012 Round 1 Highlights



    Offaly v Laois, Division 1B, Sunday 26th February 2012






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    Gaelic Athletic Association, Gaelic Players Association - Opel All-Stars Hurling 2011 (GAA GPA Opel All Stars)

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    Súil siar ar Ghradaim All Star Opel GPA GAA agus ar Chamchuairt na nIománaithe All Star go San Francisco i 2011. A review of the GAA GPA Opel All Star Awards and the All Star Hurling Tour to San Francisco in 2011

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    Thanks hjtvsport, very much appreciate you putting these videos up!

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    Last year I've streamed some GAA and will keep an eye on the thread to see how I can jump in. I would appreciate when someone can weekly post which games are live on RTE and TG4

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    I remember watching the hurling championship semi finals on a Sopcast stream, probably much less interest in a stream for the league games though. Would be brilliant if you could stream a few of the games Chrizzzie (Kilkenny games most importantly ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrizzzie View Post
    Last year I've streamed some GAA and will keep an eye on the thread to see how I can jump in. I would appreciate when someone can weekly post which games are live on RTE and TG4
    If it helps here's this weekend's live TV matches.

    Irish Daily Mail Fitzgibbon Cup, FINALS, 03rd March, Limerick IT/Cork IT v UCC/UL, Mardyke, 1500, Live TG4 and www.tg4.tv

    Allianz Football League Round 3, 03rd March, Division 1, Laois v Dublin, Portlaoise, 1900, Live Setanta Ireland & Premier Sports
    Allianz Football League Round 3, 03rd March, Division 2, Meath v Kildare, Pairc Tailteann, 1900, Live Setanta Sports 1 (also delayed 9pm on Setanta Ireland & Premier Sports)

    Allianz Football League Round 3, 04th March, Division 1, Donegal v Cork, Ballybofey, 1400, Deferred TG4 and www.tg4.tv & Premier Sports
    Allianz Football League Round 3, 04th March, Division 1, Down v Kerry, Pairc Esler, 1430, Live TG4 and www.tg4.tv & Premier Sports

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    it is all in post 1 remarkably

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    Quote Originally Posted by connacht4life View Post
    it is all in post 1 remarkably
    Doesn't seem to be any more

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