There are four live GAA championship games on television this weekend. There are also four U20 championship matches being streamed by TG4.
On Wednesday evening, on the TG4 YouTube channel, you can watch Leitrim vs Mayo, and Sligo vs Roscommon in the Connacht U20 Football Championship, and also Clare vs Cork and Tipperary vs Waterford in the Munster U20 Hurling Championships.
On Saturday, Sky Sports Arena will have the first televised senior provincial action of the year. First up at 4:30pm is Wexford vs Galway in the Leinster Hurling Championship. That is followed at 6:30pm by Fermanagh against Tyrone in the Ulster Football Championship.
RTÉ2 has a double-header of Munster Hurling Championship games on Sunday. It's Waterford against Tipperary at 2pm, and then Cork vs Limerick at 4pm.
You can also catch New York and Sligo's Connacht Football Championship quarter-final at 7:30pm on GAA Go.
GAA On TV: April 13th - 17th
Wednesday, April 13th
Connacht U20 Football Championship: Leitrim vs Mayo at 6:30pm live on the TG4 YouTube channel
Connacht U20 Football Championship: Sligo vs Roscommon at 6:30pm live on the TG4 YouTube channel
Munster U20 Hurling Championship: Clare vs Cork at 7pm live on the TG4 YouTube channel
Munster U20 Hurling Championship: Tipperary vs Waterford at 7pm live on the TG4 YouTube channel
Saturday, April 16th
Leinster Hurling Championship: Wexford vs Galway at 4:30pm live on Sky Sports Arena
Ulster Football Championship preliminary round: Fermanagh vs Tyrone at 6:30pm live on Sky Sports Arena
Sunday, April 17th
Munster Hurling Championship: Waterford vs Tipperary at 2pm live on RTÉ2
Munster Hurling Championship: Cork vs Limerick at 4pm live on RTÉ2
Connacht Senior Football Championship quarter-final: New York vs Sligo at 7:30pm live on GAA Go
Featured image: 11 September 2021; Darren McCurry of Tyrone during the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Final match between Mayo and Tyrone at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo by Seb Daly/Sportsfile and 15 January 2022; Austin Gleeson of Waterford dejected after his side's defeat in the 2022 Co-op Superstores Munster Hurling Cup Semi-Final match between Clare and Waterford at Cusack Park in Ennis, Clare. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile