Your guide to a brilliant weekend of sport and how to stream it all
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There's another great weekend of sport coming up.
There is some top-class sport on over the weekend, from the US Open golf to the NBA Finals, GAA to Formula 1 and two rugby finals.
And here is how to stream it all with a NOW Sports and Sports Extra Membership.
Thursday, June 16.
The third golf major of the year kicks off the weekend's sporting action with the US Open from The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts. It is the first time that the major has been hosted at this venue in 34 years.
Jon Rahm won the tournament last year and the Spanish golfer will be among the favourites for this year's tournament. Some of the other contenders for the major include world number one Scottie Scheffler and Justin Thomas, who won the PGA Championship in May.
Rory McIlroy should also be in contention after winning the Canadian Open last weekend.
You can stream all the action live across the weekend with a NOW Sports Membership.
Friday, June 17.
In the early hours of Friday morning, game six of the NBA Finals takes place, as the Golden State Warriors play the Boston Celtics at the TD Garden in Boston.
At the time of writing, Golden State leads the seven-game series 3-2 and need one more win to be crowned champions.
Steph Curry, meanwhile, has been in excellent form for Golden State, averaging 34.3 points per game in the Finals so far. While Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown are leading the way for the Celtics, with both averaging 22.3 points per game.
Coverage of game four gets underway at 1:45 am and you can stream it live with a NOW Sports Membership.
On Friday evening, the F1 Canadian Grand Prix, the ninth race of the Formula One season, gets underway in Montreal.
Lewis Hamilton won the race last year and is tied with Michael Schumacher for the most victories in the Candian Grand Prix (7).
The practice session begins at 10 pm on Friday night and you can stream all the weekend's racing with a NOW Sports Membership.
The US Open golf also continues on Friday, with coverage of the second round from The Country Club starting at 1 pm Irish time. You can stream the action with a NOW Sports Membership.
Saturday, June 18.
On Saturday, it is moving day at the US Open. Coverage begins at 3 pm Irish time and you can stream the golf live with a NOW Sports Membership.
There are also two rugby finals on Saturday. First up, Leicester Tigers face Saracens in the final of the Gallagher Premiership, with kick-off at 3 pm.
At 6:30 pm, the Stormers face the Bulls in the final of the United Rugby Championship. You can stream both rugby finals with a NOW Sports Extra Membership.
At the F1 Canadian Grand Prix, the qualifying session takes place on Saturday, with coverage beginning at 9 pm. You can stream it live with a NOW Sports Membership.
Sunday, June 19.
On Sunday, there is GAA, F1 and golf action.
First up, there is a GAA double-header. Sligo face Cavan in the semi-finals of the Tailteann Cup at Croke Park. Coverage begins at 1:30, with throw-in at 1:45 pm. You can stream the game live with a NOW Sports Extra Membership.
Following Sligo v Cavan, the second Tailteann Cup semi-final takes place at Croke Park when Westmeath take on Offaly. You can also stream this game live with a NOW Sports Extra membership, with throw-in at 4 pm.
The final round of the US Open gets underway on Sunday afternoon, with coverage beginning at 2 pm. You can stream the third golf major of the year with a NOW Sports Membership.
The F1 Canadian Grand Prix then gets underway at 7 pm from Montreal. World champion Max Verstappen comes into the race leading the standings after winning the Azerbaijan Grand Prix last weekend.
The Red Bull driver has accumulated 150 points so far and is 21 points clear of Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, who was forced to retire from the Azerbaijan Grand Prix due to engine failure.
Coverage of the race begins at 7 pm and you can stream it live with a NOW Sports Membership.
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