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Austin Stacks and Mid-Kerry meet again while Crossmaglen begin their Ulster campaign

And all the rest of this weekend’s fixtures in Gaelic Football.

Kieran Donaghy and Donnchadh Walsh Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

PROVINCIAL CLUB FOOTBALL action continues with a very busy weekend in prospect.

There are some county titles still to be decided, with the Kerry SFC final replay the most eagerly anticipated clash, while regional finals are also taking place in East and West Tipperary.

On the provincial front, Crossmaglen Rangers and St. Galls start off the Ulster SFC with quarter-finals against Omagh and Clontibret respectively. Elsewhere, Ballylanders  and the Nire face-off in the Munster SFC quarter-final.

SATURDAY

All-Ireland Ladies Football
SFC quarter-final
Parnell’s (London) v Mourneabbey (Cork), Ruislip, 1.30pm

IFC quarter-final
Dunedin Connolly’s (Edinburgh) v Castleisland Desmonds (Kerry), Edinburgh, 2pm

JFC quarter-final
Murroe-Boher (Limerick) v Belgium, Maastricht, 4pm

Leinster Club
JFC replay
Oliver Plunkett’s (Louth) v Craobh Chiarain (Dublin), Gaelic Grounds, Drogheda, 2pm

Tipperary
South SFC final
Clonmel Commercials v Killenaule, Kilsheelan, 3pm

SUNDAY

Connacht Club
IFC semi-finals
St Croan’s (Roscommon) v Ballyhaunis (Mayo), Dr Hyde Park, 2pm
Killanin (Galway) v Calry/St Joseph’s (Sligo), Tuam Stadium, 2pm

JFC semi-final
Achill (Mayo) v Michael Glaveys (Roscommon), Elvery’s MacHale Park, 2pm

Kerry SFC final replay
Austin Stacks v Mid Kerry, Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney, 2.45pm

IFC quarter-finals
Sean O’Mahony’s (Louth) v Castleknock (Dublin), Clan na Gael, Dundalk, 2.30pm
Railyard (Kilkenny) v Eadestown (Kildare), Freshford, 2.30pm
Ballinabranna (Carlow) v St James (Wexford), Dr Cullen Park, 2.30pm
Ballinlough (Meath) v Raheen (Offaly), Páirc Tailteann, Navan, 2.30pm

JFC quarter-final
Ballon (Carlow) v Kilmacanogue (Wicklow), Dr Cullen Park, 12.45pm

Munster Club
SFC quarter-final
Ballylanders (Limerick) v The Nire (Waterford), Kilmallock, 2pm

Tipperary
West SFC final
Éire Óg Annacarty/Donohill v Galtee Rovers, Páirc Ciocam, 12pm

Ulster Club
SFC quarter-finals
Omagh (Tyrone) v Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh), Healy Park, Omagh, 2.30pm
Clontibret (Monaghan) v St Galls (Antrim), Clones, 2.30pm

IFC quarter-finals
Warrenpoint (Down) v Dungannon (Tyrone), Páirc Esler, 2.30pm
St Paul’s (Armagh) v Derrylin (Fermanagh), Crossmaglen, 2.30pm
Inniskeen (Monaghan) v Cootehill (Cavan), Clones, 12.45pm

JFC quarter-finals
Arva (Cavan) v Urris (Donegal), Kingspan Breffni Park, 2.30pm
Keady (Armagh) v Drumhowan (Monaghan), Crossmaglen, 12.45pm
Moneymore (Derry) v Rock (Tyrone), Owenbeg, 12.45pm
Drumaness (Down) v St Malachy’s (Antrim), Páirc Esler, 12.45pm

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