We're down to the last four and it's all set for a blockbuster weekend of hurling action in Croke Park on Saturday and Sunday. It's also a bumper schedule for GAA on TV this weekend.
It's a manic weekend all round as away from the All-Ireland hurling series, as over the course of Saturday and Sunday, TG4 will broadcast ten Gaelic Games matches across television and online.
On Balls.ie there's plenty of pre-match entertainment to get you hyped up. You can listen to the Three Man Weave podcast preview of the weekend here, read about Limerick's challenge dealing with TJ Reid here, Limerick's unsung gem Sean Finn here or the thoughts of Wexford's Diarmuid O'Keeffe.
Here's a comprehensive guide for those wondering where to watch Limerick vs Kilkenny and all the other action on Saturday and Sunday.
GAA On TV This Weekend
Limerick vs Kilkenny: throw-in 6.00 pm
A repeat of last year's epic quarter-final sees defending All-Ireland champions Limerick take on Brian Cody's Kilkenny in Croke Park. Coverage on both RTE 2 and Sky Sports Arena gets underway at 5.00 pm.
Wexford vs Tipperary: throw-in 3.30 pm
The final instalment of live-action for GAA on TV this weekend. On Sunday Leinster champions Wexford take centre-stage along with Tipperary for a spot in the All-Ireland final. Like Saturday's tie, the game will be broadcast on both RTE 2 and Sky Sports Arena.
The game pits Davy Fitzgerald against Liam Sheedy and an awesome attacking Tipp side against a well--0rganised Wexford one. It all gets underway at 2.30 pm.
Highlights of the weekend's action will be available on the Sunday Game which runs from 9.30 pm - 11.30 pm.
You can read a full list of TG4's coverage and their GAA on TV, which includes Ladies football, minor and U20 action, here.