There are four live club GAA games on television this weekend.
The action starts on Saturday afternoon with a Mayo Senior Football Championship quarter-final double-header live on RTÉ2.
Westport against Ballina throws in at 3pm and will be followed by the meeting of Ballintubber and reigning champions Knockmore at 5pm. Garrymore play Castlebar and Belmullet face Breaffy in the weekend's other Mayo last-eight games.
On Sunday, the action switches to TG4 for the meeting of Naomh Conaill and Kilcar in the semi-finals of the Donegal Senior Football Championship. The two sides met in the 2020 final, the outcome of which - due to ongoing appeals - is yet to be decided. St Michaels of Dunfanaghy play St Eunans in the other last-four game.
@NaomhConaillGAA March on and meet @CLGChillChartha next Sunday in the @MMurphySports Senior championship semifinal. Game will throw in at 13.45 live on @SportTG4 pic.twitter.com/TzmgafCJaC
— Official Donegal GAA (@officialdonegal) October 17, 2021
That is followed by the Limerick Senior Hurling Championship final at 3:45pm. It sees 2019 champions Patrickswell face Kilmallock, who are aiming to win their first title since 2014.
GAA On TV: October 23rd - 24th
Saturday, October 23rd
Mayo Senior Football Championship quarter-final: Westport vs Ballina Stephenites @ 3pm live on RTÉ2
Mayo Senior Football Championship quarter-final: Ballintubber vs Knockmore : 5pm live on RTÉ2
Coverage of the Mayo SFC quarter-finals start at 2:45pm on RTÉ2.
Sunday, October 24th
Donegal Senior Football Championship semi-final: Naomh Conaill vs Kilcar @ 1:45pm live on TG4
Limerick Senior Hurling Championship final: Patrickswell vs Kilmallock @ 3:45pm live on TG4
Coverage on TG4 starts at 1:30pm.