Semi-finals, finals and Leinster club action – this weekend is set to have it all.
Normally in November, the GAA season would be winding down to its conclusion but this weekend promises to be as busy as one in the height of the summer.
Across the next two days, we will have teams in Leinster club football action.
We will also have semi-finals in football while also a hurling final.
The action begins on Saturday morning as the U-13 hurling final takes place with Camross and Castletown Slieve Bloom going head to head at the Training Centre at 11.30am.
Attentions then switch to the only game of the weekend taking place outside of the county which has Laois interest.
At 2pm, Emo take on Dublin side Ballyboughal in the Leinster Intermediate football quarter final at 2pm in Dublin.
While there are two more games throwing in on Saturday afternoon in Laois at 2.30pm.
In O’Moore Park, the curtain will come down on the U-21 hurling championship as Rathdowney-Errill take on Clough-Ballacolla.
Meanwhile, at the same time in Ratheniska, Stradbally Parish Gaels and Portarlington will go at it again in the U-21 football championship semi-final replay.
And the action doesn’t end on Sunday either with two more hugely significant ties down for decision.
At 11.45am on Sunday morning in Stradbally, the other U-21 semi-final will be played with Graiguecullen taking on St Joseph’s.
Attentions then switch to O’Moore Park where Laois champions Portlaoise are in Leinster club quarter final action.
They take on Kildare champions Moorefield for a place in the last four.
We’ll be at all of those games over the weekend so if there’s any game you can’t get to, make sure to check in here with us.
We’ll also have live blogs up and going to keep you updated as the action happens.