Healy Park, Omagh will host both Ulster club SFC semi-finals as part of an intriguing double-header on Sunday week, 18 November.
In the curtain-raiser at 1.30pm, Eoghan Rua, Coleraine, who dethroned reigning Ulster champions Slaughtneil in the Derry SFC, will take on Monaghan kingpins Scotstown. This will be followed by the eagerly-awaited meeting of Armagh's Crossmaglen Rangers and Gweedore of Donegal, with throw-in for this clash scheduled for 3.30pm.
The Ulster club IFC semi-finals involving Banagher (Derry) V Mullahoran (Cavan) and Naomh Eanna (Antrim) V Tattyreagh (Tyrone) will be played as a double-header at the Athletic Grounds on Saturday, 10 November.
Meanwhile, the Ulster club JFC final between Limavady (Derry) and Red Hughs (Donegal) is also scheduled for next Saturday, at Celtic Park.
Saturday 17 November
Ulster club IFC semi-finals
Banagher (Derry) v Mullahoran (Cavan), Athletic Grounds, 5pm
Naomh Eanna (Antrim) v Tattyreagh (Tyrone), Athletic Grounds, 7pm
Ulster club JFC final
Limavady (Derry) v Red Hughs (Donegal), Celtic Park, 7pm
Sunday 18 November
Ulster club SFC semi-finals
Coleraine (Derry) v Scotstown (Monaghan), Healy Park, 1.30pm
Gweedore (Donegal) v Crossmaglen (Armagh), Healy Park, 3.30pm