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  • Sat 23 May 2015
  • 7:00pmMunster GAA
    Football Senior Championship 2015
    Clare vs. Limerick Cusack Park, Ennis
  • Sun 24 May 2015
  • 2:00pmLeinster GAA
    Hurling Senior Championship 2015
    Carlow vs. Antrim Netwatch Cullen Park
  • 2:00pmLeinster GAA
    Hurling Senior Championship 2015
    Laois vs. Westmeath Portlaoise
  • 2:00pmUlster GAA
    Football Senior Championship 2015
    Cavan vs. Monaghan Kingspan Breffni Pk
  • 3:00pmConnacht GAA
    Football Senior Championship 2015
    London vs. Roscommon Ruislip
  • 4:00pmMunster GAA
    Hurling Senior Championship 2015
    Clare vs. Limerick Semple Stadium, Thurles
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Weekend Fixtures Guide

The 2015 Championship gathers further momentum this weekend, with the start of the Munster Hurling Championship getting underway in Thurles. Read more

Hurling
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Preview: Munster SHC - Clare v Limerick

From the sightings of the first swallows to the first uncomfortable nights of tangled-duvet weather and the tinny sounds of ice-cream vans, there are many things that are said to herald the arrival of an Irish summer. Read more

Football
Match Previews

Preview: Ulster SFC - Cavan v Monaghan

Neighbours Cavan and Monaghan meet in the Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter-final this weekend, only their fourth championship meeting in the last 20 years. Read more

Football
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Preview: Connacht SFC - London v Roscommon

Roscommon travel to Ruislip on Sunday as hot favourites to advance past London and into the Connacht semi-finals. Read more

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