There are the live club GAA games on television this weekend.
The action throws in at 6:15pm on Saturday evening with the meeting of Laois champions Clough-Ballacolla and Dublin champions Kilmacud Crokes in a Leinster hurling semi-final. Kilmacud defeated Westmeath's Raharney in the quarter-final, while Clough-Ballacolla beat Rapparees.
Offaly's St Rynaghs face Kilkenny's Ballyhale Shamrocks in the other semi-final.
On Sunday, the television action switches to TG4 for their usual double-header. Both games are Munster hurling semi-finals.
First up is the clash of Limerick champions Kilmallock and Cork winners Midleton at 1:15pm. Kilmallock defeated Patrickswell in Limerick final in late October, meaning they will have had a seven-week absence of competitive action by throw-in. Midleton beat Glen Rovers in the Cork decider last month.
The final game of the week sees Waterford's Ballygunner, who easily beat Ballyea in the Munster quarter-final, facing Tipperary champions Loughmore-Castleiney. This is the second leg of Loughmore's dual Munster campaign. They were knocked out of the provincial football championship by Éire Óg Inis at the weekend. Loughmore defeated Thurles Sarsfields in the Tipp hurling final last month following a replay.
GAA on TV: December 11 - 12
Saturday, December 11
Leinster Senior Club Hurling Championship semi-final: Clough-Ballacolla vs Kilmacud Crokes @ 6:15pm live on RTÉ2
Coverage of the game begins at 6pm.
Sunday, December 12
Munster Senior Club Hurling Championship semi-final: Kilmallock vs Midleton @ 1:15pm live on TG4
Munster Senior Club Hurling Championship semi-final: Loughmore-Castleiney vs Ballygunner @ 3:15pm live on TG4
Coverage of the games starts at 1pm.