There are three live club GAA games on television this weekend.
The action throws in at 4pm on Saturday afternoon on RTÉ2 with an intriguing Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship quarter-final between Drom and Inch and Loughmore-Castleiney.
The latter side are the reigning Tipperary champions in both hurling and football, and can call on players like Brian, John, and Noel McGrath, while Drom and Inch are captained by 2019 Hurler of the Year Seamus Callanan.
At 2:30pm on Sunday, live on TG4, Inagh Kilnamona, the club of Aidan McCarthy and David Fitzgerald, take on Éire Óg Ennis, who can call on Shane O'Donnell and David Reidy, in a Clare Senior Hurling Championship quarter-final.
Inagh Kilnamona were finalists last year, losing out to Ballyea by just a point.
That is following by the Offaly Senior Football Championship final between Rhode and Tullamore at 4:15pm.
For Rhode, it will be their 11th consecutive county final, and for Tullamore, their third. Tullamore defeated Rhode last year after a replay. Rhode had won in 2020.
GAA On TV: September 24th - 25th
Saturday, September 24th
Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship quarter-final: Drom and Inch vs Loughmore-Castleiney at 4pm on RTÉ2
Sunday, September 25th
Clare Senior Hurling Championship quarter-final: Inagh Kilnamona vs Éire Óg Ennis @ 2:30pm on TG4
Offaly Senior Football Championship final: Rhode vs Tullamore @ 4:15pm on TG4