We're streaming the AIB Junior and Intermediate Club Finals this weekend

AIB All Ireland junior and intermediate finals livestream

“We are very excited about streaming all four finals. We have collaborated with on a number of occasions and they have shown a real commitment to capturing the essence of these great championships ,” said Patrick Somers, Marketing Manager, AIB.

“It is great to have the games in Croke Park and being able to show them to a worldwide audience is a real bonus”.

The schedule for both days is as follows:

Saturday, February 18, hurling finals:

2.30pm: Coverage starts;

3pm: junior final Mayfield (Cork) v Mooncoin (Kilkenny);

4.45pm, intermediate final: Ahascragh-Fohenagh(Galway) v Carrickshock (Kilkenny).

Sunday, February 19, football finals:

1.30pm: Coverage starts;

2pm: junior final Glenbeigh-Glencar (Kerry), v Rock St Patrick’s (Tyrone);

3.45pm, intermediate final: St. Colmcille's (Meath) v Westport GAA (Mayo) .

“We have shown a number of games in the club football and hurling championships over the past two years, and we are delighted to now cover our first All-Ireland final series,” saidLiam Horanof

“These are huge days for all eight clubs involved and we look forward to allowing GAA fans worldwide to share in the excitement."

The match commentary team over the two days will include Mike Finnerty (match commentator, of Sky Sports, Eir TV and Mid-West Radio fame), Liam Horan, and a number of AIB GAA ambassadors, including the former Kerry footballer Stephen Stack and current Meath goalkeeper Paddy O’Rourke.

The competing clubs will provide co-commentators, including Ger O’Connor (Glenbeigh-Glencar), Paul Grady (Westport), Maurice Power (Carickshock), Liam Sutton (Mooncoin) and MacDara MacDonncha (of TG4 renown, flying the flag here for his home club Ahascragh-Fohenagh).

OK, that's it! All you need to remember now is to join us here on or on theAIB YouTubepage for what promises to be two days of brilliant GAA action.