Following the Government's announcement on Tuesday, 100 spectators were permitted to attend games this weekend, while grounds with a capacity of over 5,000 may have up to 200.
The same cannot be said for Dublin, where the Senior Hurling final between Ballyboden St Enda's and title-holders Cuala will take place in a fan-less Parnell Park at 4.30pm today.
In Mayo, Breaffy will be hoping to claim the Moclair Cup on Sunday as they face Knockmore in the Senior Football final in MacHale Park.
The match will be televised live on TG4, with throw-in at 3.35pm.
The Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship will also be televised on TG4, with throw-in at 2pm.
Kiladangan overcame Drom and Inch on a scoreline of 1-21 to 0-9 to book their spot in the final against Loughmore-Castleiney.
The later will be looking to do the double this year after their footballers beat Moyle Rovers last weekend to earn their place in the Senior Football final.
In Waterford, the remaining quarter-finals of the Senior Football Championship are underway, with Brickey Rangers facing Caultier.
Later today, Ballincourty play An Rinn at 3pm and The Nire rounds out the weekend for the county, coming up against Kilrossanty at 6.30pm.
In Cork, reigning champions Nemo Rangers play Ballincollig in the first of Sunday's double-header at Pairc Uí Rinn at 2pm, before Valley Rovers against Duhallow at 7pm.
St Finbarrs will face Newcestown in Pairc Uí Chaoimh at 4pm in the last quarter-final, with Castlehaven getting a bye into the semis.
In the North, the Down Senior Football Championship is up for grabs, as Kilcoo face Carryduff at 7pm.
Meanwhile in Tyrone, 2019 champions Trillick will come up against Dungannon at 5.30pm.