There is plenty of GAA on TV and available to live stream this weekend.
The action throws in on Friday evening with TG4 showing two games from the Munster U20 Hurling Championship. At 7:30pm, you can watch Limerick vs Cork on TG4 while at the same time, Tipperary vs Waterford will be live on the TG4 app. There will also be deferred coverage of the latter game on TG4 at 9:05pm.
On Saturday afternoon, TG4 has more U20 hurling action as Offaly play Galway and Westmeath face Wexford in the Leinster Championship. Both games throw in at 1pm and will shown live on the TG4 YouTube channel.
The weekend's televised senior games start at 5pm on Saturday with the Ulster football semi-final between Derry and Monaghan on GAAGO at 5pm.
GAAGO will also show the Munster Hurling Championship clash of Limerick and Clare at 7pm.
There are five live games on Sunday. GAAGO has both Leinster football semi-finals. Louth vs Offaly is up first at 1:45pm and then it's Dublin against Kildare at 4pm.
RTÉ has two hurling games on Sunday. Kilkenny play Galway at 2pm and then Cork face Waterford at 4pm.
The weekend's second Ulster football semi-final between Armagh and Down will be show on BBC Two NI at 4pm.
GAA on TV: April 28th - 30th
Friday, April 28th
oneills.com Munster U20 Hurling Championship: Limerick vs Cork at 7:30pm on TG4
oneills.com Munster U20 Hurling Championship: Tipperary vs Waterford at 7:30pm live on TG4 app with deferred coverage a 9:05pm on TG4
Saturday, April 29th
oneills.com Leinster U20 Hurling Championship: Offaly vs Galway at 1pm on the TG4 YouTube channel
oneills.com Leinster U20 Hurling Championship: Westmeath v Wexford at 1pm on the TG4 YouTube channel
Ulster Football Championship semi-final: Derry vs Monaghan at 5pm on GAAGO
Munster Hurling Championship: Limerick vs Clare at 7pm on GAAGO
Sunday, April 30th
Leinster Football Championship: Louth vs Offaly 1:45pm on GAAGO
Leinster Hurling Championship: Kilkenny vs Galway at 2pm on RTÉ2
Leinster Football Championship: Dublin vs Kildare 4pm on GAAGO
Ulster Football Championship: Armagh vs Down 4pm on BBC Two NI
Munster Hurling Championship: Cork vs Waterford at 4pm on RTÉ2