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Camogie final live worldwide on RTÉ.ie

Updated: Thursday, 14 Jun 2007 16:12

Watch Tipperary and Cork in this year's All-Ireland Camogie final live on RTÉ.ie
Watch Tipperary and Cork in this year's All-Ireland Camogie final live on RTÉ.ie

This Sunday's All-Ireland Camogie final between Cork and Tipperary will be simulcast live on www.rte.ie/sport to a worldwide audience.

The live video and audio coverage on RTÉ.ie is not geo-blocked, therefore camogie fans around the world will be able to log on and watch the action live for the first time.

Michael Lyster introduces live coverage of the all-Munster clash from Croke Park from 3.00pm, with Tracy Millea and Stephanie Dunlea offering expert analysis ahead of the 3.30pm throw-in. 

There will also be a comprehensive highlights package available on-demand on RTÉ.ie from Monday morning.

The Camogie final is also being covered live on RTÉ TWO Television and on RTÉ Radio 1 FM and LW 252. RTÉ Radio 1's live stream is available, as always, on RTÉ.ie on www.rte.ie/radio1.

Highlights of this year's Under-21 Hurling final between Kilkenny and Tipperary will also be available on-demand on Monday.

Click here to watch highlights of both of this year's Camogie semi-finals.  

How to watch and listen to the Camogie final webcast

Either the free Windows Media Player or free RealOne or Real 10 video player is required to watch and/or listen to the programme.

If you are using Microsoft Windows XP, you probably have a Windows Media Player already installed on your computer. You can check the Microsoft website (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/
windowsmedia/player/10/default.aspx
) for the latest version of the player.

If you are a Mac or Linux user, you can download the free version of the RealOne Player from the RealNetworks website (http://www.real.com/freeplayer/?rppr=rnwk). RealOne Player is also available for Microsoft Windows XP.

If you are using the Internet at work, you may be on a corporate network or behind a firewall. In this case you should contact your system administrator to check whether audio/video streaming is permitted by your system.

For a more comprehensive Windows Media or Real Media troubleshooting guide, see the Microsoft or RealNetwork help pages.

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