Ballygunner vying for seventh successive Waterford hurling title this weekend

Ballygunner got past Lismore to claim their spot in the Waterford Senior Hurling Final. Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

The club championships are starting to heat up, with quarter finals being held in Mayo, Dublin and Monaghan, before the weekend's main event takes place in Waterford on Sunday.

Kicking off the weekend's action tonight, Bredagh face Loughinisland in the Down Senior Football Championship, before Clonduff meet Mayobridge and Kilcoo versus Burren round off the county's weekend.

Downpatrick will play Carryduff in their postponed second round game, with the winner playing Longstone in round three.

Another postponed fixture will go ahead in Clare also, with Cratloe playing Clondegad in the Senior Football Championship, having been forced to reschedule the match due to an outbreak of Covid-19 in the club. The winner will then face a quick turnaround, playing St Joseph's Miltown Malbay on Sunday.

In the Tyrone Senior Football Championship, Trillick's game against Killyclogher will be televised on TG4 at 7.30pm this evening.

Rock will play Edendork at 2pm on Saturday in Stewartstown, before Errigal Ciaran face Dromore and Eglish meet Gortin on Sunday.

The Mayo Senior Football Championship quarter finals also has some big match-ups. Breaffy versus Balladerreen and Ballintubber against Knockmore will both be televised on RTÉ on Saturday, while Westport face the Neale and Ballina Stephenites play Aghamore for the remaining semi-final slots on Sunday.

Some of the Dublin's best will be in action with their clubs as the Football Championship has also reached the quarter final stages in the capital.

St Judes will meet Skerries Harps at 3pm, followed by Kilmacud Crokes and St Vincents at 5.30pm on Saturday, with Ballyboden St Enda's playing Raheny at 2pm and Ballymun Kickhams drawing Na Fianna in Sunday's later game at 4.30pm.

In Monaghan, deferred coverage of Carrickmacross' game against Magheracloone will be shown on TG4 on Sunday evening, by which time the semi-finalists from Clontibret v Castleblayney, Donaghmoyne v Latton and Inniskeen v Truagh will already be known.

Finally, Ballygunner will be hoping to claim their 19th county hurling title in Waterford, taking on Passage at 2pm on Sunday, with the game being shown live on TG4.