Peter Canavan previews this weekend's action in the All-Ireland SFC, including Dublin's Leinster semi-final against Westmeath.
Following the weekends action in Hurling and Football, we know most of the teams contesting the provincial finals.
Peter Canavan digests the latest taking points after a busy weekend of football championship action.
Tyrone ended Donegal’s hopes of a seventh straight Ulster final appearance in a row as they eased to a 1-21 to 1-12 victory at Clones.
Roscommon will face Galway in the Connacht football final for the second year in a row after overcoming Leitrim 2-23 to 1-9.
Kildare recorded their first championship win over Meath since 2011 with a convincing 2-16 to 0-13 win in Tullamore.
Westmeath overpower neighbours Offaly 3-17 to 0-15 in Leinster quarter-final replay to book Dublin clash next Sunday.
Longford recorded a shock 2-15 to 1-10 win over Louth in Drogheda in the All-Ireland qualifiers.
Derry in comfortable 1-17 to 0-13 win over Waterford in the All-Ireland 1A qualifier in Fraher Field.
Laois ended Wicklow's season with a 2-16 to 3-10 win in an exciting All-Ireland football qualifier on Saturday evening.
Three of Antrim's four second-half scores were goals, but 12 unanswered points from Sligo saw them to a 0-22 to 3-7 victory.
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Peter Canavan looks ahead to a weekend of football action that will capture hearts and minds with its local rivalries.
Will there be a shock in London, has Kildare's time finally arrived and what next for Kilkenny after their defeat?
Diarmuid Connolly has had his appeal against a 12-week ban rejected by the GAA's Central Hearings Committee (CHC).
It was an eventful weekend in hurling with Wexford's fine win over Kilkenny but the football championship provided many talking points too.
Galway held off a late comeback from 14-men Mayo to win 0-15 to 1-11 and seal their Connacht football final place.
14-man Kerry kicked off their championship in style with a 1-18 to 1-12 win over Clare in Ennis.
Each week will be looking back at the weekend's hurling and football action, picking out the best bits and stars of the show.