There's a huge weekend in store in the TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Football Championships - with Senior quarter-final placings to be determined.
Eight games are down for decision on live television across the All-Ireland senior and minor championship knockout stages, and the All-Ireland ladies senior championship group phase.
Eighty club sides from Ireland, the UK, Europe and the US will compete in the John West Féile na nGael National Camogie and Hurling Finals 2022 across ten venues in Dublin and Meath on Saturday.
GAA enthusiasts are in for another huge weekend of action with a mouthwatering All-Ireland SHC quarter-final double-header coming to Thurles.
As expected, the four All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals will take place in Croke Park.
Tyrone will clash with last year's beaten TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Championship finalists Wexford in the pick of the quarter-finals this time around.
Here's a round-up of all Saturday's hurling and football championship results from around the country...
There's a feast of live GAA action this weekend; eight teams vying for four All-Ireland SFC quarter-final spots and there's All-Ireland SHC preliminaries taking place in Belfast and Tralee.
The 2022 TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Championship gets underway on Saturday - with five games down for decision.
Croke Park will host a SFC Qualifier Round 2 double header this Saturday.
Westmeath came away with a well-deserved 1-21 to 2-13 victory over Carlow at Netwatch Cullen Park this afternoon to progress to the Tailteann Cup semi-finals.
The Munster senior hurling championship final takes centre stage this afternoon as Armagh host Tyrone in the All-Ireland SFC first round qualifiers while the remaining Tailteann Cup quarter-final fixtures go down for decision.
Wexford, Clare, Louth, Roscommon, Longford, Tyrone and Laois are confirmed TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Championship quarter-finalists.
Here are the results from today's football and hurling championship matches from around the country...
The draws for the Round 2 of the 2022 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship and the Tailteann Cup Semi-Finals will take place next Monday morning.
GAA fans are set for a huge bank holiday weekend of TV and livestream coverage.
THE 2022 TG4 All-Ireland Championships continue on Sunday - with six games down for decision.
Pat Spillane is predicting that the Tailteann Cup will be "a huge success".
The GAA have confirmed fixture details for this weekend's Tailteann Cup quarter-finals.
The draw for Tailteann Cup quarter-finals was made this morning.
The Connacht and Ulster SFC finals and the remaining Tailteann Cup first round fixtures took place this afternoon.
Carlow pulled off a surprise to see off Tipperary in an entertaining tussle at Netwatch Cullen Park this afternoon, 1-12 to 1-10.
Here are the results from today's football and hurling championship matches from across the country...
The draw for the quarter finals of the GAA's Tailteann Cup senior football competition will take place next Monday morning and will be made live on Morning Ireland on RTÉ Radio 1 at 8.35am.
The two games involving last year's All-Ireland finalists will be broadcast live on the weekend on 4/5 June.
Armagh and Tyrone will face off in the first round of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers.
Here are the results from Sunday's hurling and football championship action…
Today's hurling fixtures see silverware and final places up for grabs as Wicklow and Waterford meet in the opening game of the inaugural Tailteann Cup.
Kerry will face Antrim in this year's Joe McDonagh Cup final after a highly dramatic conclusion to the round-robin stage.
The GAA has announced the times, dates and venues for the Tailteann Cup Round 1 games.
The draw for the Preliminary Round and Round 1 of the inaugural Tailteann Cup took place this morning.
The GAA has confirmed details around the new Tailteann Cup senior football competition in advance of the draw for the opening round of games.
Check out today's football and hurling championship results from across the country…
Offaly are on the cusp of a Joe McDonagh Cup final berth after pipping Kerry by 4-23 to 2-28 in a classic encounter at Austin Stack Park this afternoon.
The first-ever Tailteann Cup draw will take place next Monday morning.
Here are the results from today's football and hurling championship clashes...
Those who attended a sun drenched Pairc Tailteann today witnessed the game of the year so far as Meath staged a stunning late rally to beat Carlow in the Peadar Lehane Cup final.