David Gough to take charge of Tipperary/Mayo All-Ireland football semi-final

There will be a winner on the day

David Gough

Meath referee David Gough will be the man in the middle when Tipperary play Mayo in the All-Ireland senior football semi-final on Sunday

Meath referee David Gough will take charge of Sunday’s All-Ireland senior football championship semi-final between Tipperary and Mayo.

Throw-in at Croke Park is at 3.30. If necessary extra-time will be played and the game will be played to a conclusion on the day.

The semi-final will be shown live on RTE and Sky Sports Mix.

The other semi-final between Dublin and Cavan (referee Ciaran Branagan, Down) will be played at 5.30 on this Saturday, and the final takes place at 5pm on Saturday December 19. 

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