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.
The provinces senior football championship continues this weekend with hurling championship on to accompany it. The URC is back after the last few weeks of exciting European action.
The premier league continues with just five games to play.
Wexford vs Dublin (18:30) Sky Sports Arena – Saturday April 30th
Monaghan vs Down (16:30) Sky Sports Arena – Saturday April 30th
Tyrone vs Down (16:00) RTE Sport – Sunday May 1st
Galway vs Kilkenny (14:00) RTE Sport – Sunday May 1st
Cork vs Clare (14:00) GAA GO – Sunday May 1st
Bulls vs Glasgow (18:00) Premier Sports 1 – Friday April 29th
Munster vs Cardiff (19:35) Premier Sports 2 / TG4 – Friday April 29th
Lions vs Benneton Treviso (13:00) Premier Sports 2 // TG4 – Saturday April 30th
Sharks vs Connacht (15:05) TG4 – Saturday April 30th
Zebre vs Dragons (15:05) Premier Sports 2 – Saturday April 30th
Stormers vs Leinster (17:15) Premier Sports 2 // RTE Two – Saturday April 30th
Edinburgh vs Ulster (19:15) Premier Sports 1 – Saturday April 30th
Newcastle vs Liverpool (12:30) BT Sports 1 – Saturday April 30th
Leeds United vs Manchester City (5:30) Sky Sports Main Event – Saturday April 30th
Everton vs Chelsea (14:00) Sky Sports Main Event – Sunday May 1st
West Ham vs Arsenal (16:30) Sky Sports Main Event – Sunday May 1st