Roscommon GAA have announced that they are to stream games from the Roscommon Club Championship this year. The initiative is a joint venture between Roscommon GAA and Nemeton, a television production company. Local GAA journalist Seamus Duke will be the match commentator.
Roscommon County Board PRO Hugh Lynn said: “The service will debut with the clash of Clann na nGael and St. Brigid’s on Saturday, July 25th at 7 pm, live and exclusive on Roscommon GAA Streaming, accessible via the Roscommon GAA website”.
The games will have a cost of €5 and will be available to the purchaser to watch live and for a period of 30 days after the game is played.
Roscommon GAA Chairperson Seamus Sweeney said: “Some of the most loyal GAA people may find it difficult to attend games due to the Covid-19 regulations which are in place limiting crowds at games. Others may not feel safe in crowds, so to address this we have tried to ensure as many people as possible can get to sample the fare of Championship 2020”.