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Sligo v Cavan: TV details, throw-in time and team news for Tailteann Cup semi-final
Sligo v Cavan is one of two Tailteann Cup semi-finals on TV this Sunday, as the inaugural edition of the competition heads towards an exciting conclusion.
The Tailteann Cup was set up in order to give so-called lesser counties the chance to lift some silverware, with teams from Division 3 and 4 of the Allianz National Football League taking part.
The first edition of the competition has now reached the final four, with Sligo, Cavan, Offaly and Westmeath all still in with a shout of winning.
Sligo and Cavan clash in the Tailteann Cup this afternoon as both sides look to book their place in the first-ever final of this competition.
The newly-formed second tier competition has thrown up some interesting affairs, and Sligo's recent scuffle with Leitrim served as a perfect example of the kind of drama this competition could offer up in the coming years.
The sides could not be separated after 70 minutes and two 10 minute periods of extra-time did nothing to put one ahead of the other, with Leitrim's 2-16 matched by Sligo's haul of 1-19.
It proceeded to penalties and Sligo's goalkeeper Aidan Devaney announced himself as the hero of the day, saving two spot kicks which guided Sligo on their way to finally securing the win.
Their opponents Cavan had a more harmonious and straightforward experience in their quarter-final win over Fermanagh.
Storming into the Erne County's backyard, they left in buoyant mood following a 0-13 to 2-16 win.
Their manager Mickey Graham believes there has been a strong competitive edge to the Tailteann Cup.
He said: “The teams in the Tailteann Cup look well balanced and there have been some great games in it so far.
“I'm expecting the same this weekend with ourselves and Sligo and Westmeath and Offaly in the other semi-final.