Here's all the GAA games on the tube this weekend as the provincial championship heats up
Provincial championship season is now in full flow.
There are three live games this weekend, as the county championships are coming to an end, and the provincial championships take flight.
Two of the games helm from Ulster, with the third coming from Leinster, and although the Kerry county club final is being played, as well as the Galway hurling county final, neither of the games are on TV.
First up we have the reigning Ulster champions, Kilcoo, take on the Cavan champions, Ramor United, in Breffeni Park.
The kingpins of Down are technically defending the Ulster title, as they were the last team to win it in 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic.
You can watch this game on Saturday night on RTE 2, with coverage starting at 5:45pm.
Then on Sunday morning, Dublin champions Kilmacud Crokes, will play Meath champions, Wolf Tones.
This is the early game on TG4 with throw in at 1.30pm.
The late game is the second Ulster tie to be televised this weekend, as Derry champions Glen, play the dominant Monaghan side, Scotstown.
Glen manager Malachy O'Rourke managed Monaghan for seven years, including several Scotstown players so he will be well prepared or his now opponents, in Celtic Park.
The game will be aired on TG4 at 3:15pm.
Saturday, December 4
Ulster Senior Club Football Championship quarter-final: Ramor United vs Kilcoo @ 6pm live on RTÉ2
Sunday, December 5
Leinster Senior Club Football Championship quarter-final: Wolfe Tones vs Kilmacud Crokes @ 1:30pm live on TG4
Ulster Senior Club Football Championship quarter-final: Watty Grahams, Glen vs Scotstown @ 3:15pm live on TG4
Coverage starts on TG4 at 1pm.