TG4 confirms broadcast schedule for Women’s World Boxing champs





TG4 has unveiled its live and highlights broadcast schedule for the upcoming Women’s World Elite Boxing Championships which will be held in South Korea in the coming weeks.

TG4 will broadcast live coverage of all the semi-finals on Sunday 23rd November and the Finals on Monday 24th November. Katie Taylor, Michaela Walsh, Joanne Lambe and Claire Grace will represent Ireland at the 8th AIBA World Elite Women’s Championships. Katie Taylor will be aiming for her 5th successive lightweight title at the tournament at the Halla Gymnasium venue on Jeju island between November 13th and 25th. TG4’s commentary will be provided by Seán Bán Breathnach and Colman Ó Flatharta.

Sunday 23 November 2014

Live coverage of the Semi-Finals on TG4

5am to 7.35am

10am to 12.35pm

Highlights on TG4 at 6.10pm.

Monday 24 November 2014

Live coverage of the Finals on TG4

5am to 9:25am

Highlights on TG4 at 6.25pm.

2014 AIBA World Women’s Elite Championships: Jeju, Korea, November 13th/25th

51kg Michaela Walsh (Holy Family)

57kg Joanne Lambe (Carrickmacross)

60kg Katie Taylor (Bray)

69kg Claire Grace (Callan)

TG4’s commentary will be provided by Seán Bán Breathnach and Colman Ó Flatharta.

TG4’s Rónán Ó Coisdealbha said: “We are happy to be making this major international boxing event available on free to view television as Ireland’s most successful and revered female sports star ever once again puts her reputation on the line and goes to do us (and herself) proud on the world stage. Women’s sport has always been a priority for us and Mná na hÉireann feature strongly in our sports output. 2014 has been a bumper year on TG4 in this regard with our successful exclusive live coverage of the Ladies Singles Tennis Championships from Wimbledon, the Women’s Rugby World Cup, year-round coverage of Ladies Gaelic Football at all levels up to the recent All-Ireland Finals and now the World Boxing Championships”.






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