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St Brigid's and Castlebar Mitchels in action as 38 key club senior football games on this weekend

Check out what’s in store at grassroots level this weekend.

Castlebar Mitchels and St Brigid's clashed in last year's Connacht club final. Source: Luke Duff

2013 AIB ALL-Ireland senior club football champions St Brigid’s and last March’s finalists Castlebar Mitchels are amongst the clubs in action during a massive weekend of senior club football action around the country.

The concluding stages are starting to be reached on the local scene with three games on tonight, 14 tomorrow and 21 down for decision on Sunday.

St Brigid’s take on Clann na Gael in their Roscommon quarter-final tie tomorrow while Castlebar Mitchels face Aghamore in their Mayo quarter-final clash.

Here’s the games that you need to keep an eye on.

Friday

Armagh SFC second round replay
Maghery v Whitecross, Athletic Grounds, 8.30pm

Cavan SFC quarter-finals
Cavan Gaels v Lacken, Kingspan Breffni Park, 8.15pm

Meath SFC quarter-final
Donaghmore/Ashbourne v Duleek Bellewstown, Páirc Tailteann, 7.30pm

Saturday

Armagh SFC
Qualifier
Carrickcruppen v Dromintee, Crossmaglen, 5pm
Quarter-final
St Patrick’s v Sarsfields, Armagh Harps, 5pm

Cavan SFC quarter-finals
Cúchulainns v Killygarry, Kingspan Breffni Park, 8pm

Carlow SFC Group 1
Palatine v Tinryland, Dr Cullen Park, 6.30pm

Clare SFC quarter-final
Kilmurry-Ibrickane v Clondegad, Cooraclare, 2pm

Stephen Moloney and Ian McInerney celebrate at the final whistle 21/2/2010 Kilmurry-Ibrickane contested the 2010 AIB All-Ireland senior club football final Source: James Crombie/INPHO

Fermanagh SFC semi-final
Ederney v Roslea, Brewster Park, 8pm

Louth SFC semi-final
Dreadnots v Dundalk Gaels, Dunleer, 5.45pm

Mayo SFC quarter-finals
Castlebar Mitchels v Aghamore, Elverys MacHale Park, 5pm
Ballintubber v Ballaghaderreen, Elverys MacHale Park, 6.30pm

Meath SFC quarter-finals
Simonstown v Na Fianna, Trim, 5.30pm
Wolfe Tones v Summerhill, Páirc Tailteann, 7.30pm

Roscommon SFC quarter-finals
Roscommon Gaels v St Faithleach’s, Kiltoom, 6.30pm
St Brigid’s v Clann na Gael, Kiltoom, 8pm

Sligo SFC quarter-final
Tubbercurry v St Molaise Gaels, Markievicz Park, 6pm

Sunday

Carlow SFC Group 2
Éire Óg v Kildavin/Clonegal, Dr Cullen Park, 6pm

Cavan SFC quarter-finals
Kingscourt v Ramor United, Kingspan Breffni Park, 2.30pm
Mullahoran v Ballinagh, Kingspan Breffni Park, 7.30pm

Clare SFC quarter-final
Éire Óg Ennis v St Joseph’s Miltown, Kilmihil, 4pm

Cork SFC fourth round replay
Castlehaven v Carbery Rangers, Clonakilty, 3.30pm

Shane Hurley, Liam Collins, Sean Dineen, Michael Hurley, Stephen Hurley and Dan Hegarty celebrates at the final whistle Castlehaven celebrated victory in last year's Cork senior football final Source: James Crombie/INPHO

Derry SFC quarter-finals
Glenullin v Dungiven, Owenbeg, 5pm
Slaughtneil v Kilrea, Owenbeg, 6.30pm

Fermanagh SFC semi-final
Devenish v Teemore, Brewster Park, 3.30pm

Kildare SFC third round replay
Confey v Allenwood, Newbridge, 5.45pm

Longford SFC semi-final
St Columba’s v Clonguish, Glennon Brothers Pearse Park, 6.15pm

Mayo SFC quarter-finals
Breaffy v Knockmore, Elverys MacHale Park, Castlebar, 2pm
Charlestown v Garrymore, Elverys MacHale Park, Castlebar, 3.30pm

Meath SFC quarter-final
Navan O’Mahonys v Skryne, Páirc Tailteann, Navan, 3pm

Monaghan SFC 
Round 3 replay
Ballybay v Truagh, Clones, 2.30pm
Semi-final
Scotstown v Castleblayney, Clones, 4.15pm

Kieran Hughes 28/6/2014 Monaghan's Kieran Hughes is a key member of the Scotstown side Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

Roscommon SFC quarter-finals
Western Gaels v Castlerea St Kevins, Dr Hyde Park, 3.45pm
Padraig Pearses v Strokestown, Dr Hyde Park, 5.30pm

Sligo SFC quarter-finals
Tourlestrane v Coolaney/Mullinabreena, Kilcoyne Park, 4pm
St Mary’s v Drumcliffe/Rosses Point, Markievicz Park, 5.30pm

Wicklow SFC semi-finals
St Patrick’s v Éire Óg, Aughrim, 2pm
Rathnew v Baltinglass, Aughrim, 3.30pm

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