IT is a busy weekend for Ulster clubs on the All-Ireland scene with three Ulster champions in football action against Galway opposition in the All-Ireland series
Brídíní Óga of Antrim will fly the flag for Ulster camogie in the All-Ireland Junior A final.
Loughgiel minor hurlers aim to retain their title in the final of the Ulster Tournament in Ballinascreen.
Ulster Minor Hurling Tournament final
Loughgiel v Éire Óg Carrickmore (Ballinascreen 1pm)
All-Ireland JFC semi-final
Stewartstown v Clifden (Dr Hyde Park 1pm)
All-Ireland IFC semi-final
Galbally v Dunmore MacHales (St Loman’s Mullingar 1.30pm)
All-Ireland Junior A Camogie final
Brídiní Óga v Knockananna (Wicklow) (Kinnegad 2pm)
All-Ireland SFC semi-final
Glen v Maigh Cuilinn (Croke Park 3,30)