Prepare to cancel your plans this weekend as the GAA TV schedule is too good to miss
One camogie final, four Gaelic football games and one cracking hurling match.
This weekend boasts an incredible collection of club matches in camogie, football and hurling, all on terrestrial TV.
Sarsfields play Oulart-the-Ballagh in the 2020 All-Ireland senior club camogie final to kickstart the weekend with the early game, then your Saturday is filled with footballing action.
Manager-less Naas continue their incredible run in Leinster as they play Shelmaliers from Wexford, Paul Mannion will be hoping to continue his fantastic form as Kilmacud Crokes take on Portarlington, and Derrygonnelly Harps will be looking to end Clan Eireann's first ever run in Ulster.
Then Sunday kicks off with some small ball but big game action, as Laois champions Clough-Ballacolla take on the brilliant Ballyhale Shamrocks.
Although this next game isn't live, there is deferred coverage as Glen come up against the daunting challenge of Kilcoo to try and reach their first ever Ulster final.
1.30pm – RTÉ 2
Sarsfields (Galway) v Oulart-the-Ballagh (Wexford) – 2020 All-Ireland senior club camogie final.
3.15pm – RTÉ 2
Naas (Kildare) v Shelmaliers (Wexford) – Leinster SFC club semi-final.
5pm – RTÉ 2
Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin) v Portarlington (Laois) – Leinster SFC club semi-final.
6.30pm – TG4
Derrygonnelly Harps (Fermanagh) v Clann Éireann – Ulster SFC club semi-final.
1.30pm – TG4
Clough-Ballacolla (Laois) v Ballyhale Shamrocks (Kilkenny) – Leinster SHC club final.
5.30pm – TG4 (Deferred)
Watty Grahams Glen (Derry) v Kilcoo (Down) – Ulster SFC club semi-final.