There are four live GAA games on television this coming weekend.
The action throws in at 3pm on Saturday afternoon with the O'Byrne Cup final between Dublin and Laois on TG4. Laois progressed to the final after beating Kildare in a penalty shootout on Wednesday.
That is followed by the Dr McKenna Cup final at 5pm. Donegal, who defeated Derry in the semi-finals on Tuesday, will face Monaghan, who beat Armagh in the last-four.
TG4 has a double header of All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship semi-finals on Sunday afternoon. First up at 1:30pm is the meeting of Munster champions Ballygunner and Ulster champions Slaughtneil.
The final live televised game of the weekend sees Galway's St Thomas face Leinster champions, and reigning All-Ireland champions, Ballyhale at 3:30pm.
GAA on TV: January 22 - 23
Saturday, January 22nd
O'Byrne Cup final: Kildare/Laois vs Dublin @ 3pm live on TG4
Dr McKenna Cup final: Armagh/Monaghan vs Donegal/Derry @ 5pm live on TG4
TG4's coverage of Saturday's pre-season competition finals in Leinster and Ulster starts at 2:50pm.
Sunday, January 23rd
All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship semi-final: Ballygunner vs Slaughtneil @ 1:30pm live on TG4
All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship semi-final: St Thomas vs Ballyhale Shamrocks @ 3:30pm live on TG4
TG4's coverage of Sunday's hurling semi-finals starts at 1pm.
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