SPORT ON RTÉ2 Week 29

Ted Walsh and Robert Hall Image Name: Ted Walsh and Robert Hall Description: Ted Walsh and Robert Hall
Sunday game Michael Lyster 7/5/2017 Image Name: Sunday game Michael Lyster 7/5/2017
Sunday Game Des Cahill 7/5/2017 Image Name: Sunday Game Des Cahill 7/5/2017
Sunday game Colm Cooper and Henry Shefflin 7/5/2017 Image Name: Sunday game Colm Cooper and Henry Shefflin 7/5/2017
Sunday game Colm Cooper, Michael Lyster and Henry Shefflin 7/5/2017 Image Name: Sunday game Colm Cooper, Michael Lyster and Henry Shefflin 7/5/2017
Soccer Republic Image Name: Soccer Republic Description: Soccer Republic L-R Peter Collins, Tony McDonnell, Brian Kerr, Richie Sadlier and Ronnie Whelan

RACING FROM THE CURRAGH – Saturday 15 July at 4.00pm on RTÉ2

Robert Hall and Ted Walsh present live racing from the Curragh including the feature race the Irish Oaks with reporters Brian Gleeson, Sally Ann Grassick, Tom Lee and Tracy Piggott. Commentary from Tony O’Hehir.

 

THE SUNDAY GAME LIVE – Sunday 16 July at 1.30pm on RTÉ2

Michael Lyster is joined by Colm Cooper and Joe Brolly for a live provincial football finals double-header. First up is the Ulster Football Final meeting of Tyrone and Down from Clones (throw-in 2.00pm, commentary from Ger Canning and Kevin Cassidy) followed by the Leinster Football Final between Dublin and Kildare from Croke Park (throw-in 4.00pm, commentary from Marty Morrissey and Martin Carney)

 

THE SUNDAY GAME – Sunday 16 July at 9.30pm on RTÉ2

Des Cahill is joined by Dessie Dolan, Pat Spillane and Rory Kavanagh for a look back at all the weekend’s football championship action.

 

SOCCER REPUBLIC – Monday 17 July at 22.50pm on RTÉ2

Peter Collins is joined by Dan Murray and Stuart Byrne for a look back at all the weekend’s SSE Airtricity League Premier Division action.

 

UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUALIFIER – Wednesday 19 July at 6.00pm on RTÉ2

Peter Collins presents live coverage Rosenborg v Dundlak in the UEFA Champions League second round, second leg qualifier from Trondheim alongside Richie Sadlier and Alan Cawley with commentary from George Hamilton and Stuart Byrne plus Tony O’Donoghue reporting. KO 18.15. Extra time and penalties a possibility.