TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship Final

Antrim v Fermanagh, Croke Park, 11.45am

TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Championship Final

Laois v Wexford, Croke Park, 1.45pm

TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship Final

Kerry v Meath, Croke Park, 4pm


Live score updates, with live tracker on Kerry v Meath, on RTÉ.ie and the RTÉ News Now app.


Live coverage of all three finals on TG4 from 11.35am. Highlights on The Sunday Game from 9.30pm on RTÉ2 and the RTÉ Player.


Sunday Sport on RTÉ Radio 1 will have live commentary.


Mostly dull to begin with lingering outbreaks of rain, heaviest in the south. Sunny spells will however develop with just well scattered showers following by the afternoon.

Highest temperatures will range from 17 to 23 degrees, warmest in southern counties in light northwest or variable winds.

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Meath look to establish aristocracy as Kingdom aim to snatch crown

Last September, Meath were the underdogs going up against the established power of Dublin in the 2021 Croke Park decider. As we all know that day, they pulled off an incredible feat to become champions straight after making it to the top tier.

Almost a year on and the Royal County are back on the big stage and their ambitions have moved on from just winning an All-Ireland.

With last year's winners' medals tucked away, it's all about trying to become the new dominant force.

"We did want to go out this season to prove that last year wasn't a one-hit wonder. We want to be a consistent team like Dublin or Cork who have been there or thereabouts for I don't know how many years," Emma Duggan told RTÉ Sport ahead of the semi-final win over Donegal.

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"They've shown that dominance and that's something that we want to show as well and winning another All-Ireland or getting back to an All-Ireland final will definitely solidify that as well."

Although they added league silverware to last year's All-Ireland title, Meath haven't had it easy in the knockout stages of the championship this year.

Galway would have pushed them into extra-time in the quarter-finals but for Duggan's late, late heroics and she did so yet again in the closing stages when they edged Donegal by two points to reach Sunday's decider.

Meath will be favourites against a team in an All-Ireland senior final for the first time in a decade. But Kerry, equally are in good form. Like their Royal counterparts, the Kingdom are coming in as as league winners - albeit in Division 2 rather than Meath's top flight success - and have enjoyed an unbeaten run since losing the Munster final to Cork.

Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh scored 0-05 in the semi-final win over Mayo

Along the way they beat Westmeath and Galway in the group stage before getting past Armagh and Mayo, with eight goals plundered in those latter two knockout wins. Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh has been particularly prolific on that front and is championship top scorer ahead of a final in which she will be fundamental to Kerry's hopes of pulling off an upset.

Both sides will be unchanged from their semi-final wins for this first championship head-to-head in 13 years.

Kerry: C Butler; J O'Sullivan, K Cronin, E Lynch; A O’Connell, A Costello, C Murphy; L Scanlon, C Lynch; N Carmody, S O’Shea, A Galvin (capt.); P McCarthy, D O’Leary, L Ní Mhuircheartaigh.

Meath: M McGuirk; S Ennis (capt.), M.K. Lynch, K Newe; A Leahy, E Troy, A Cleary; M O’Shaughnessy, O Lally; M Thynne, E Duggan, K Nesbitt; V Wall, S Grimes, N O’Sullivan.

Wexford seeking to end Intermediate heartache in all-Leinster battle

Wexford have suffered their fair share of final heartache in recent times including a narrow defeat in the Division 3 final against Roscommon in April and in last year's Intermediate decider.

Their previous Intermediate final appearances, including 1999 and 2007, have all ended in defeat which will give them added motivation to go one better this time.

Aimee Kelly of Laois and Roisin Murphy of Wexford

It's a stage Laois haven't been on for over 20 years with their last appearance in an All-Ireland final coming all the way back in 2001's Intermediate final, a year on from when they did win it.

Apart from silverware, the other prize on offer for the winner is the chance to be the third team from Leinster in next year's senior championship alongside Meath and Dublin.

Laois: E Barry; C Dunne, A Donoher, A Kelly (capt.); R Williams, E Healy, A Potts; A Healy, J Moore; E Galvin, L.M. Maher, E Fitzpatrick; M Nerney, E Lawlor, S.A. Fitzgerald.

Wexford: M.R. Kelly; S Harding Kenny, A Halligan, S Murphy; O Kehoe, R Murphy (capt.), C Donnelly; K Kearney, C Banville; S Hamilton, C Murray, E O'Brien; B Breen, A Murphy, A Wilson.

Ulster winner guaranteed in the Junior final

Similarly to Wexford, Antrim are hoping to make up for defeat in last year's Junior decider and like the Intermediate final is an all-Leinster affair, the first final on Sunday is Ulster-only.

Fermanagh are the opponents and were the champions the last time a Junior final was all-Ulster, triumphing in 2017 before doing so again in 2020 after making up for the 2019 final loss.

The two sides have met three times already this year with Antrim shading the head-to-head 2-1, although the Fermanagh win was in the Division 4 league final.

Antrim are hoping to bridge a 10-year gap since their last title at this level and have made one personnel change - Sarah O'Neill for Megan McGarry in defence - against an unchanged Fermanagh.

Antrim: A McCann; D Coleman, A McFarland, N McIntosh; M Mulholland, S Tennyson, S O'Neill; L Dahunsi, Á Tubridy; C Taggart, C Carey (capt.), M O’Neill; B Devlin, O Prenter, G McLaughlin.

Fermanagh: R Gleeson; E Keenan, M McGloin (capt.), S McQuade; N McManus, S McCarville, C Bogue; B Bannon, A O’Brien; E Maguire, B Bogue, S Britton; C McElroy, E Smyth, L Grew.

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