If you're wondering what GAA is on TV this weekend, then fear not, we have all the information here. A good weekend of sport lies ahead folks.
GAA on TV this weekend
Leinster Senior Football Championship Quarter Final - Carlow vs Dublin
Carlow will face the Dubs on Saturday night at O'Moore Park, with the throw in at 7pm
The match will be shown live on Sky Sports 5. Coverage starts at 6pm.
Carlow are most likely still on a buzz after unexpectedly defeating Wexford but they face an even bigger challenge against Jim Gavin's men.
Ulster Senior Football Championship Quarter Final - Down v Armagh
The match will take place in Páirc Esler, Newry at 2pm.
If you can't make it, it will also be shown on RTÉ Sport. Their coverage starts at 1:30pm. The game will also be shown on BBC Two Northern Ireland. Their coverage begins at 1:45pm.
Neither of Down or Armagh have been in the best of form recently, with poor performances and defeats from both teams.
Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney will also be in the crowd, as he is currently serving a 12 match ban.
The game also marks the return of Jamie Clarke, for the Orchard County, this will be his first championship match in 2 years.
Munster Senior Hurling Championship - Semi Final. Limerick v Clare
Limerick and Clare will clash on Sunday evening at 4pm, in Semple Stadium, Thurles.
The game will be live on Sky Sports 1. Their coverage starts at 3pm.
Limerick will have to face the banner though without the duo of Diarmaid Byrnes and William O'Donoghue who have both been ruled out due to injuries.
RTE will have highlights of all the weekend's action on The Sunday Game at 9pm on RTÉ Two.