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Club and intercounty catered for in the weekend's 20 key GAA fixtures

Here are the dates, times and venues for the next few days

Dublin's Tomas Brady and Kildare forward Tomas O'Connor will renew acquaintances on Sunday.
Dublin's Tomas Brady and Kildare forward Tomas O'Connor will renew acquaintances on Sunday.
Image: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

PROVINCIAL SILVERWARE IS up for grabs in all four provinces over the weekend, while there are All-Ireland club football and hurling semi-finals to look forward to.

Dublin and Kildare will battle it out for O’Byrne Cup glory in Newbridge on Sunday, with a big crowd expected at St Conleth’s Park.

In Ulster, Tyrone are hoping to complete the McKenna Cup four-in-a-row when they tackle Cavan at Armagh’s Athletic Grounds.

And the McGrath Cup decider in Munster is a novel pairing as both Cork and Kerry are absent from the final for the first time since 2008.

In the West, there will be a new winner of the FBD Insurance League following Leitrim’s successes in 2013 and 2014.

Roscommon, who have never won this competition, face a Galway side chasing the title for the first time since 2009.

It’s also semi-finals weekend in the AIB intermediate and junior club football and hurling club championships.

Tonight

Bord Na Mona Walsh Cup play off
Carlow v NUI Galway, Fenagh 7pm

Tomorrow

McGrath Cup final
Waterford v UCC, Fraher Field 6pm

Waterford Crystal Cup semi-finals
Clare v Cork, Mallow, 1pm
Limerick v UCC, Kilmallock, 2pm

Dr McKenna Cup final
Cavan v Tyrone, Athletic Grounds, Armagh, 7pm

Mickey Harte Mickey Harte is hoping to steer Tyrone to glory tomorrow night. Source: Presseye/Jonathan Porter/INPHO

Sunday

Bord Na Mona O’Byrne Cup final
Kildare v Dublin, Newbridge 2pm

Bord Na Mona Walsh Cup SH
Dublin v Antrim, Parnell Park 2pm
Laois v Wexford, Abbeyleix 2pm
Offaly v Galway, Tullamore 2pm

Bord Na Mona Kehoe Cup
Longford v St Pats-Mater Dei, Longford 2pm
Louth v Meath, Darver 2pm
Fingal v Maynooth University, Lawless Park, Swords 2pm
Kildare v Wicklow, Hawkfield 12.30pm

FBD Connacht SFL final
Roscommon v Galway, Kiltoom 2.15pm

John Evans John Evans aiming for Roscommon's maiden FBD League title Source: Andrew Paton/INPHO

All-Ireland IHC club semi-finals
Cappataggle (Galway) v Kilburn Gaels (London), Gaelic Grounds, Limerick 1pm.
Cappoquin (Waterford) v O’Donovan Rossa (Antrim), Cusack Park, Mullingar 2pm.

All-Ireland JHC club semi-finals
Castleblaney (Monaghan) v Fullen Gaels (Warwickshire), Parnells, Dublin 1pm.
Annaghdown (Galway) v Bennettsbridge (Kilkenny), MacDonagh Park, Nenagh 2pm.

All-Ireland IFC club semi-finals
Ardfert (Kerry) v Warrenpoint (Down), O’Moore Park, Portlaoise 2pm
Sean O’Mahonys (Louth) v St Croans (Roscommon), Kingspan Breffni Park, Cavan 2pm

All-Ireland JFC semi-finals
Moate (Westmeath) v John Mitchels (Liverpool), Páirc Tailteann, Navan 1pm
Brosna (Kerry) v Rock (Tyrone), Ballinasloe 2pm

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