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RTE & eirSport set to broadcast Six more Premier Division games in March and April

Six SSE Airtricity League Premier Division matches have been selected for live TV coverage until the end of April.

RTE are set to show four games live starting with Waterford v Shamrock Rovers on Friday, March 23, with the kick-off time now changed to 7:45pm.

A week later, RTE head to Brandywell Stadium to broadcast the Derry City v St. Patrick’s Athletic fixture, with kick-off at 7.30pm on Friday, March 30. Shamrock Rovers travel to Dundalk in the first week of April and that will also be broadcast live on Friday, April 6, with kick-off at 7.30pm.

Shamrock Rovers host Bohemians in another Dublin Derby on Friday, April 13 which will be broadcast live by eirSport, with kick-off at 8pm. Cork City travel to Bohemians a week later on Friday, April 20, with kick-off at 8pm and that game will also be broadcast live on eirSport.

The final game to be broadcast in April will be Cork City v Dundalk, with kick-off at 7.15pm, live on RTE as the title rivals go head-to-head at Turner’s Cross on Friday, April 27.

Full list of scheduled TV matches:-

23/03/2018, Waterford v Shamrock Rovers, RTE, KO 7.45pm
30/03/2018, Derry City v St. Patrick’s Athletic, RTE, KO 7.30pm
06/04/2018, Dundalk v Shamrock Rovers, RTE, KO 7.30pm
13/04/2018, Shamrock Rovers v Bohemians, eirSport, KO 8pm
20/04/2018, Bohemians v Cork City, eirSport, KO 8pm
27/04/2018, Cork City v Dundalk, RTE, KO 7.15pm

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3 thoughts on “RTE & eirSport set to broadcast Six more Premier Division games in March and April

  1. Why is Sligo Rovers not featuring?Great to see the League of Ireland getting live game air time but unhappy with The Bit O Red not featuring.

  2. Maybe they will feature after the March and April schedule. Every team should get a look-in maybe even one First Division game at some stage.

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