With a jam packed weekend of sport just around the corner a breakdown of what’s on, where to watch it and when it’s on is more than necessary
In the GAA the senior championship gets underway. European rugby continues with the Champions Cup at the centre of attention.
The run in for the premier league title continues in the soccer. The play-offs begin across the pond in the NBA.
Fermanagh vs Tyrone (18:30) Sky Sports Arena – Saturday April 16th
New York vs Sligo (19:30) GAA GO- Sunday April 17th
Limerick open up their hurling championship hosting Cork on Sunday.
Wexford vs Galway (16:30) Sky Sports Arena – Saturday April 16th
Waterford vs Tipperary (14:00) RTE Sport – Sunday April 17th
Limerick vs Cork (16:00) RTE Sport – Sunday April 17th
Munster face the Exeter Chiefs in the second legs of the sides round of sixteen Champions Cup fixture.
Leinster vs Connacht (17:30) BT Sport 1 – Friday April 15th
Bristol Bears vs Sale Sharks (20:00) BT Sport 1- Friday April 15th
Harlequins vs Montpellier (12:30) BT Sport 2 – Saturday April 16th
La Rochelle vs Bordeaux Begles (15:00) BT Sport 3 – Saturday April 16th
Munster vs Exeter Chiefs (15:00) BT Sport 2 – Saturday April 16th
Leicester Tigers vs Clermont Auvergne (17:30) BT Sport 2- Saturday April 16th
Scarlets vs Dragons (19:35) Premier Sports 1- Saturday April 16th
Ulster vs Toulouse (20:00) BT Sport 2 – Saturday April 16th
Racing 92 vs Stade Francais (15:30) BT Sport 2 – Sunday April 17th
Tottenham Hotspur vs Brighton and Hove Albion (12:30) BT Sport 1- Saturday April 16th
Southampton vs Arsenal (15:00) Premier Sports – Saturday April 16th
Newcastle vs Leicester (14:15) Sky Sports – Sunday April 17th
Live NBA Playoffs: Utah @ Dallas (18:00) Sky Sports Mix- Saturday April 16th