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STREAMs@!!.Kildare v Tyrone LIVE BROADCAST ON U20 GAA Football 20 MAY 2022

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What time and TV Channel is Kildare v Tyrone in the Under 20 All Ireland Football final on today?

Silverware is up for grabs this afternoon as Kildare and Tyrone face off in the final of the Under 20 Eirgrid All Ireland Football championship.

The buildup to the final has been shrouded in mystery with regards to where the game would be played. Kildare asked for the game to be played in Croke Park, Tyrone tweeted that Kingspan Breffni Park would be the venue.

In the end, Carrick-on-Shannon is where the final will be held.

Kildare beat Sligo by five points in their semi-final, while Tyrone booked their place in today's decider courtesy of a two point win over The Kingdom.This weekend, Kildare and Tyrone face off in what promises to be a great finale to the EirGrid U20 Football Championship.

Kildare defeated Sligo in their semi-final, while Tyrone battled past Kerry to secure their place in the final.

The Lilywhites managed to come through their semi-final showdown against Sligo with a 0-12 to 0-07 win, whereas a Ruairi Canavan-inspired Tyrone came through a titanic tussle against Kerry with a 1-14 to 1-12 win.

The final takes place on Saturday, May 14th in Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada in Carrick-on-Shannon, Leitrim.On the first Sunday of May, the defending All-Ireland champions Tyrone crashed out of the Ulster Championship following a devastating 11-point loss to arch rivals Derry in Healy Park, Omagh.

The following Sunday, their U20s put Kerry to the sword in Portlaoise to book their place in Saturday’s All-Ireland final where they’ll face Kildare.

All of a sudden, the mood music in the O’Neill County is altogether different as a new batch of talent comes rolling along the conveyor belt.No doubt several will make their senior debuts in the near future, but that’s a conversation for another day as Saturday’s game promises to be every bit as tough as their semi-final win over the Kingdom.

Paul Devlin’s men ran out 1-14 to 1-12 winners at O’Moore Park thanks to Ciarán Bogue’s late goal and 0-8 from the boot of Ruairi Canavan while Kildare defeated Sligo 0-12 to 0-7 in their semi-final at Breffni Park last Saturday.

The choice of venue has been a major talking point in the build-up to the game. Tyrone officials believed that Breffni Park was to be the venue while Kildare were vocal in calling for Croke Park to be selected to host the decider.

The son of Tyrone legend Peter, and brother of last year's All-Ireland winner Darragh, has had a brilliant season in the under-20 championship and will surely be seen in the Red Hand senior jersey very soon.

However, Tyrone manager Paul Devlin, who played at corner-back in the county's narrow All-Ireland Final defeat by Dublin in 1995, will be urging his team not to underestimate a county that landed the under-20 title four years ago

That was actually the first year of the under-20 grade, with an under-21 championship having taken place between 1964 and 2017.safSDsdfs