It's a huge day of club action in the GAA with provincial games taking place up and down the country. We're keeping you up to date with every point, puck and goal on our liveblog with SportsDirect.com.
After the hurling took a backseat to the football last weekend, the small ball will hold much of the focus today. The Munster final throws in at 2pm, while the two Leinster semi-finals are also up for decision. Elsewhere, there will be a double header in Healy Park to decide this year's Ulster football finalists.
Here are the games we are keeping an especially close eye on:
Naomh Eanna v Ballyhale Shamrocks - Innovate Wexford Park, 1.30pm.
Na Piarsaigh v Ballygunner - Semple Stadium, 2pm.
Gaoth Dobhair v Crossmaglen Rangers - Healy Park, 3.30pm.
The Munster Club SHC final between Na Piarsaigh and Ballygunner is the big game on today's slate, with the Limerick side hoping to win their second provincial crown in a row. Standing in their way is Waterford's Ballygunner, who overcame Ballyea in a semi-final clash for the ages. This is set to be a fantastic game between two excellent sides, and will certainly make for compelling viewing.
In Leinster, Wexford's Naomh Eanna will come up against perennial contenders Ballyhale Shamrocks in Wexford Park. The Kilkenny champions enter the game as favourites, and they will hope to continue their march to a first Leinster title since 2014.
In the other semi-final, Ballyboden St Endas will come toe-to-toe with Offaly's Coolderry, a game where the Dublin side are considered strong favourites.
Up in Ulster, a double header in Healy Park will decide this year's football finalists. Eoghan Rua (Derry) and Scotstown (Monaghan) will get proceedings underway at 1.30pm, followed by Gaoth Dobhair (Donegal) and Crossmaglen (Armagh) at 3.30pm.