Action in county championships continues to reach the boil this weekend.
There will be live television coverage of finals in three of the most hotly contested competitions: The Limerick and Tipperary hurling championships and the Mayo football championship.
On Saturday night at Limerick's Gaelic Grounds - live on RTÉ2 - Doon face Na Piarsaigh in a repeat of the 2018 decider. Doon defeated Kilmallock in their semi-final and Na Piarsaigh beat reigning champions Patrickswell in their last four game.
TG4 has a double-header of action on Sunday afternoon. First up is Loughmore-Castleiney against Kiladangan in the Tipp hurling decider. Kiladangan lost last year's final to eventual All-Ireland runners-up Borris-Ileigh while Loughmore-Castleiney are looking to complete to first leg of a possible double. They have also qualified for the Tipperary football final.
In the final televised action of the weekend, Breaffy take on Knockmore in the Mayo football fina. Breaffy - who have never won a Mayo senior title - have lost three finals in the past seven years. Knockmore are looking to win their first Mayo SFC title since 1997.
Saturday, September 19th 2020
Limerick Senior Hurling Championship final (RTÉ2)
Doon vs Na Piarsaigh - throw-in at 7:30pm
Sunday, September 20th 2020
Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship final (TG4)
Kiladangan vs Loughmore-Castleiney - throw-in at 2pm
Mayo Senior Football Championship final (TG4)
Breaffy vs Knockmore - throw-in at 3:35pm