Ulster Championship: BBC Northern Ireland to show six live games
BBC Northern Ireland will broadcast six live Ulster Championship games in 2022, including both semi-finals and the 29 May decider.
The BBC live action begins on 23 April as Antrim host Cavan in the quarter-final at Corrigan Park on BBC Two NI.
That is followed by Armagh's much-anticipated trip to Ballybofey to face Donegal on 24 April - on BBC One NI.
The Ulster Championship begins on Saturday with Fermanagh hosting All-Ireland champions Tyrone.
The quarter-final between the winners of the Brewster Park preliminary round contest and Derry will be shown on BBC Two NI on 1 May.
Both semi-finals, on 8 and 15 May, and the final on 29 May complete the live coverage on BBC Two NI.
The Ulster Senior Ladies' Football Championship Final on Sunday 22 May will also be streamed live on BBC Sport NI along with online highlights of Armagh and Monaghan on Saturday 30 April
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