Football qualifiers kick off, while there's plenty of action in the provincial hurling championships
After Wexford's victory over Kilkenny last weekend confirmed that this year's All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship looks set to be the most open in years, Galway will now take centre-stage at O'Moore Park.
The Tribesmen look to win their first Leinster crown since 2012 when they take on Offaly in the Leinster SHC semi-final on Sunday afternoon.
This is followed by Cork and Waterford who meet in the semi-final of the Munster SHC. The Rebels have already taken a big scalp this year following their victory over All-Ireland champions Tipperary last month.
Elsewhere this weekend, Tyrone and Donegal meet in the Ulster SFC semi-final in Clones. Meath take on Kildare in the Leinster SFC semi-final on Saturday evening.
All-Ireland SFC Qualifiers Round 1A
Louth vs. Longford, Gaelic Grounds, 5pm
Wicklow vs. Laois, Aughrim, 5pm
Sligo vs. Antrim, Markievicz Park, 5pm
Waterford vs. Derry, Fraher Field, 3pm
Leinster SFC SF
Meath vs. Kildare, O'Connor Park, 7pm
Leinster SFC QF Replay
Westmeath vs. Offaly, TEG Cusack Park, 2pm
Connacht SFC SF
Roscommon vs. Leitrim, Dr Hyde Park, 3.30pm
Ulster SFC SF
Tyrone vs. Donegal, Clones, 2pm
Munster SHC SF
Cork vs. Waterford, Semple Stadium, 4pm
Leinster SHC SF
Galway vs. Offaly, O'Moore Park, 2pm