Irish Echo reports that Australia's 7 Network has made a decision not to look for the rights to screen Gaelic games because it was not making enough profit.
Ex pats and all GAA fans will have to find another way to get their fix of football and hurling after the Seven Network decided not to screen matches in 2015.
In a report in the Irish Echo Newspaper, the network states that the decision was made because the numbers were not adding up for them.
Last year over 40 matches were made available to audiences 'Down Under' after Seven decided to look for the rights to screen them. However, the Irish Echo report adds that this was just an experiment by way of a one-year rights deal and that it had not made plans to do the same in 2015.
Speaking on the matter to the Irish Echo, an insider said it was just an experiment and viewing figures and scheduling changes made it impossible to repeat for this year.
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