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08-05-2018, 15:06   #46
 
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indeed.
Unblocking methods work really well right until the moment that they just dont work any more!

RTE ratcheted up their blocking mechanisms, TG4 similarily, and the british channels were very lax in comparison.
If they are now getting more strict then its not really surprising.
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I was watching the snooker on the iPlayer last night.
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I was watching the snooker on the iPlayer last night.
How did you manage that then

Having spent the last half an hour googling I will try later when i get home from work.

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11-05-2018, 10:01   #50
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Sunday 13th May - RTE

LHC Dublin V Kilkenny 2PM
CFC Mayo V Galway 4PM

Saturday 19th May - BBC iPlayer
UFC Fermanagh V Antrim 7PM

Sunday 20th May - RTE
MHC Limerick V Tipp 2PM
MHC Cork V Clare 4PM
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11-05-2018, 13:48   #51
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BBC2 NI will be showing deferred coverage of Donegal v Cavan on Sunday at 7pm.
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What were you using? Im using Hola.org, working fine for me just now
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BBC2 NI will be showing deferred coverage of Donegal v Cavan on Sunday at 7pm.
Does anyone know if I watch the Mayo Galway game on RTE will they spoil the result of Cavan Donegal, particularly in game with latest scores?

I'm wondering is it possible I could watch Mayo Galway on RTE then avoid the other result until 7pm then watch it in full on BBC2NI.
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Does anyone know if I watch the Mayo Galway game on RTE will they spoil the result of Cavan Donegal, particularly in game with latest scores?

I'm wondering is it possible I could watch Mayo Galway on RTE then avoid the other result until 7pm then watch it in full on BBC2NI.
I'd imagine they'll give the score at half time and more than likely the full time score.
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I'd imagine they'll give the score at half time and more than likely the full time score.
Thanks. Hopefully that stays the case, could just avoid the half time and post match. Lets hope this plan works...
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So, no games televised today?
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So, no games televised today?
Nope as they're both allowed a set amount of games, and to do so would mean that the published lists would have had two less games on them.

Ridiculous scenario to change both championships to include more fixtures but retaining the TV deals leading to this scenario.

The hurling championship kicks off.... Live on... Radio... :-/
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Nope as they're both allowed a set amount of games, and to do so would mean that the published lists would have had two less games on them.

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The hurling championship kicks off.... Live on... Radio... :-/

Bit silly that both defending champions first games wont be on TV alright
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Terrible marketing. What other major sport would have its champion team not being shown in their first game?
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Awful coverage from RTE.
I now wouldn't blame people for refusing to get a TV license.
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