There are six GAA championship games live on television this week, along with five more which will be available to stream online.
This week's action throws in at 7:30pm on Wednesday evening with the meeting of Cork and Kerry in the Munster minor football final live on TG4.
The weekend's televised action starts on Saturday with the All-Ireland Football Championship qualifier meeting of Mayo and Monaghan live on Sky Sports Arena at 4pm.
That is followed by a double-header of games on RTÉ2. First up is the Joe McDonagh Cup final between Antrim and Kerry at 4:30pm, and then the Leinster hurling final which sees Galway play Kilkenny at 7pm.
RTÉ2 has two further games on Sunday. Armagh play Tyrone in the All-Ireland football qualifiers at 1:30pm, and then Clare play Limerick in the Munster hurling final at 4pm.
GAA on TV: June 1st - 5th
Wednesday, June 1st
Munster Minor Football Championship final: Cork vs Kerry at 7:30pm on TG4
Saturday, June 4th
All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship quarter-final: Clare vs Laois at 1pm on TG4 YouTube channel
Tailteann Cup quarter-finals: Offaly vs New York at 2pm live on GAA GO
All-Ireland Football Championship round 1 qualifiers: Cork vs Louth at 2pm on GAA GO
All-Ireland Football Championship round 1 qualifiers: Mayo vs Monaghan at 4pm on Sky Sports Arena
Joe McDonagh Cup final: Antrim vs Kerry at 4:30pm live on RTÉ2
All-Ireland Football Championship round 1 qualifiers: Clare vs Meath at 6pm on GAA GO
Leinster Hurling Championship final: Galway vs Kilkenny at 7pm on RTÉ2
Sunday, June 5th
All-Ireland Football Championship round 1 qualifiers: Armagh vs Tyrone 1:30pm on RTÉ2
Tailteann Cup quarter-finals: Leitrim vs Sligo at 3pm on GAA GO
Munster Hurling Championship final: Clare vs Limerick at 4pm on RTÉ2
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