SUNDAY 4 NOVEMBER

Football

Munster SFC quater-finals
Moyle Rovers (Tipperary) v Dr Crokes (Kerry), Ardfinnan, 1.30pm
Adare (Limerick) v The Nire (Waterford), Gaelic Grounds, 3.30pm

Ulster SFC quarter-finals 
Cargin (Antrim) v Gweedore (Donegal), Corrigan Park, 2.30pm
Castlerahan (Cavan) v Coleraine (Derry), Kingscourt, 2.30pm
Burren (Down) v Scotstown (Monaghan), Pairc Esler, 2.30pm

Connacht SFC quarter-finals 
Clann na Gael (Roscommon) v Tir Chonaill Gaels (London), Dr. Hyde Park, 1pm
Tourlestrane (Sligo) v Ballintubber (Mayo), Enniscrone, 2pm

Galway SFC final replay
Corofin v Mountbellew-Moylough, Pearse Stadium, 1.45pm

Hurling

Munster SHC semi-finals
Na Piarsaigh (Limerick) v Clonoulty-Rossmore (Tipperary), Gaelic Grounds, 1pm
Ballygunner (Waterford) v Ballyea (Clare), Walsh Park, 1.30pm

Leinster SHC quarter-finals
Coolderry (Offaly) v Mount Leinster Rangers (Carlow), O'Connor Park, 1.30pm
Ballyboden St Enda's (Dublin) P-P Clonkill (Westmeath), Parnell Park (Postponed)
Camross (Laois) v Naomh Eanna (Wexford), O'Moore Park, 2pm

SATURDAY 3 NOVEMBER

Ulster SFC quarter-final

Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh) v Coalisland (Tyrone)

ONLINE
Live blog on RTÉ.ie and the RTÉ News Now App from 2.30pm Sunday.

TV
Ballygunner v Ballyea live on TG4
Coolderry v Mount Leinster Rangers deferred coverage on TG4

RADIO
Updates on all the day’s games on Sunday Sport on RTÉ Radio 1 from 2pm.

WEATHER
It looks set to be dry for much of the day on Sunday apart from a few showers in the north and west with some hazy sunshine. However, cloud will build from the south later in the day and rain will move in across the south and east of the country during the evening. Top temperatures of 10 to 13 degrees in light or moderate southerly breezes. Rain will extend to the bulk of the country overnight. For more go to met.ie.

FOOTBALL

The club championship continues to rattle along at a furious canter and there's an obscene amount of games up for decision this weekend. 

The present calendar allows little time to blow off steam following a county championship victory - though some clubs won't bend the knee on that front - and we're getting properly stuck in to the early rounds of the provincial championships. 

Only the identity of the Galway champions remains uncertain after the 2018 All-Ireland champions Corofin kept their wobbling title defence on track with a last-gasp equaliser against upstarts Mountbellew-Moylough in a low-scoring final in Salthill last weekend. 

Connacht 

The rest of the province are already getting on with the Connacht first round ties. New Roscommon champions Clann na Gael - the perennial bridesmaids of the All-Ireland club back in the '80s - are expected to account for London victors Tir Chonaill Gaels in the Hyde.

Eamonn O'Hara's Tourlestrane side completed the three in a row in Sligo a fortnight ago and the club have, for the most part, ruled the roost in the county in the 21st century without ever making much of an impact at provincial level. The south Sligo outfit have won 11 county titles since O'Hara's playing days began but they haven't progressed to a single Connacht decider in that time. 

Ballintubber regained the Mayo title with a one-point win over Breaffy

They face off against Mayo champs Ballintubber in Enniscrone on Sunday. Kevin Johnson's team eked out a win against Breaffy in the MacHale Park showdown last month, claiming their fourth title of the decade and their first since 2014. 

The O'Connor brothers were, unsurprisingly, to the fore with Cillian stroking over six frees and another from play and Diarmuid nailing the winner in the 59th minute. The Mayo champions have yet to triumph at provincial level, falling well short against Corofin when they reached their only decider in 2014. 

UlsterThe following day, Cargin, who won a dismal Antrim SFC final against Creggan on a score of 0-05 to 0-04, host Gweedore in Corrigan Park in Belfast. 

Gweedore - or Gaoth Dobhair - recently claimed their first Donegal SFC title in 12 years and boast nationally recognised players like Odhran MacNaillas, Kevin Cassidy and the McGee brothers and would be expected to progress. 

Time will tell whether Castlerahan's understandable euphoria at finally claiming the Cavan SFC title has bled into their preparations for the Ulster club. They meet new Derry champions Coleraine, who downed the mighty Slaughtneil in the semi-final, in Kingscourt on Sunday.

Monaghan champions Scotstown have been perennial contenders for the Ulster club title in recent years, falling to Crossmaglen in the 2015 final. This year's All-Star goalkeeper Rory Beggan remains a key weapon in the arsenal while the experienced Hughes brothers, Darren and Kieran, are a powerful presence out the field. 

They have a testing encounter away to the Burren, who ended Kilcoo's long reign in Down, last month. 

Munster 

Adare came on strong in the second half to secure back-to-back titles against Ballylanders, an injury-time goal assuring them of victory. 

However, the Nire have some credentials at this level having stunned Carbery Rangers in Munster two years back. They were subsequently battered out the gate by Crokes in the final but they can cross that bridge when they come to it. For this weekend, it's Adare. 

Dr Crokes surrendered their Munster and All-Ireland titles last year with a surprise loss against Cork aristocrats Nemo Rangers. Their opponents this weekend, Tipp's Moyle Rovers fresh from their first county success in nine years, are regarded as less of a banana skin. 

One would expect the Killarney side to progress. 

HURLING

Munster

Joy for Clonoulty at the final whistle

At the end of Limerick hurling's annus mirabilis, Na Piarsaigh go seeking a third Munster title in four years. Better still, their recent nemesis Cuala have fallen in the viper's nest that is the Dublin club championship.  

Shane Dowling and Co. meet novel Tipp champions Clonoulty-Rossmore, operating at this level for the first time since the late 90s. The Hammersley's were critical to their county title victory, with Timmy, who gave a stirring post-match interview, landing 0-12 in the final against Nenagh. 

Possibly the game of the weekend is the meeting of Ballygunner and Ballyea in Walsh Park. The visitors reached the St Patrick's Day decider less than two years ago and regained their Clare title thanks to a second-half surge against Cratloe last month. 

Their opponents Ballygunner have been the bridesmaids at Munster level too often in recent years. A ferociously difficult one to call though home advantage may just see the Waterford champs shade it. 

Leinster

The new Kilkenny champions Ballyhale Shamrocks sit out the quarter-final phase as six county winners in Leinster see action this weekend. 

Ballyboden St Enda v Clonkill is off due to a bereavement. 

Coolderry players and supporters celebrate Offaly title win

It's five years since Mount Leinster Rangers embarked on their unforgettable march to the All-Ireland club final, a run which encompassed victories over Ballyboden St Enda's, Oulart-the-Balagh and Loughgiel Shamrocks before they fell to the Canning's Portumna in the final. 

The Carlow side set out on another Leinster adventure this weekend when they meet Coolderry, who last claimed provincial honours in 2011, in Tullamore. 

The wild scenes of celebration witnessed in Gorey after the town captured its first ever Wexford SHC crown proved one of the highlights of the club season. 

The aftermath of the Laois championship was somewhat less uplifting with Camross's victory over Rathdowney-Errill soured by the sickening foul on Rathdowney's inter-county star Ross King. 

Nonetheless, the Laois champs, operating in the familiar surrounds of O'Moore Park, will be tricky opponents for Conor McDonald and co. 

Assuming that Naomh Eanna's celebrations haven't been too energy sapping, they should have just enough quality to progress. 

Saturday is light on club fare with the Athletic Grounds in Armagh hosting the only provincial encounter as Crossmaglen Rangers meet Coalisland under lights. 

Cross are back in the Ulster club championship after a gap of three years - a famine of almost unimaginable proportions by their standards. They shipped an early goal against Ballymacnab in the Armagh decider and trailed for most of the game before a devastating burst in the final quarter carried them to victory. 

Underdogs Coalisland reached this stage after a third-quarter blitz of Killyclogher saw them take their first Tyrone SFC title in eight years. 

Coalisland bench invades the pitch at the end of the Tyrone final


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