RTE have announced that they will be showing highlights from Irish sporting lore, during the coronavirus lockdown.
The announcement will come as welcome news to sports fans looking for their fix and covers most of the sporting bases.
Starting on @RTE2 and @RTEplayer at 9.30pm on Thursday, RTÉ Sport Classics will run every Thursday for 10 weeks covering GAA, soccer, rugby and hockey.
There’ll also be additional Champions League classics on Tuesdays.
— RTÉ (@rte) April 14, 2020
The calendar for the events is below, with something for everyone:
Thursday 16 April
GAA - Clare v Offaly All-Ireland Hurling Final 1995
Clare break their duck after 81 years away.
Thursday 23 April
GAA - Cork v Waterford, Munster Hurling Final, 2004
Waterford get their seventh All Ireland title, against Munster opponents.
Thursday 30 April
GAA - Offaly v Kerry All- Ireland Football Final, 1982
Offaly put paid to Kerry's hopes of five in a row.
Thursday 7 May
Rugby - Italy v Ireland, Women's Six Nations, 2013 (17.03.13)
Ireland's women battle Italy and the elements as they attempt to complete their first ever Six Nations Grand Slam.
Thursday 14 May
Soccer - Qualifiers from 1974 & 2015
Rep. of Ireland 3-0 USSR ON 30TH Oct 1974 + Rep. of Ireland 1-0 Germany on 8 Oct 2015.
A Euro qualifying double-header!
Thursday 21 May
Rugby - Ireland v New Zealand, 2013 (24.11.13)
Heartbreak for Ireland as an historic first home win against the All Blacks is snatched from them at the death in a classic clash
Thursday 28 May
Soccer – Qualifiers from 1981 & 2017 . WCQ Ireland 3-2 France and WCQ Wales 0-1 Ireland.
Two games this week as Ireland take on the might of Michel Platini's French side, while James McClean makes his mark in Cardiff.
Thursday 4 June
Thursday Soccer - Qualifier: Republic of Ireland v Netherlands, 2001 (01/09/2001)
Jason McAteer's finest hour in a green jersey, as he secures qualification for the 2002 World Cup in Japan and South Korea, against Louis van Gaal's Dutch side.
Thursday 11 June
Hockey - Spain v Ireland, Hockey World Cup Semi-Final, 2018 (04.08.18)
Thursday 18 June
Rugby - Ireland v New Zealand, 2018
That night in November revisited, as Jacob Stockdale's try starts a hell of a party all over the country.