There is plenty of action for GAA supporters over the coming days.
Starting on Thursday night, Netwatch Cullen Park hosts the meeting of Ballinabranna and Grange at 8pm. The latter have the momentum going into this game and should advance.
On Friday evening at the same venue, attention turns to hurling as Naomh Eoin and Ballinkillen meet in the SHC at 7.30pm. A draw or a win for Naomh Eoin will see the sides meet again in the semi-final.
There are three games down for decision on Saturday afternoon. Two of the SFC quarterfinals take place as Old Leighlin are favourites to see off the challenge of St Andrew's at Netwatch Cullen Park at 6.30pm, and this will be followed by the meeting of Tinryland and Eire Og in the other quarterfinal. Eire Og are slight favourites in what should be a close battle.
The first of the triple header at Carlow's main grounds sees Mount Leinster Rangers take on O'Hanrahan's in the SFC relegation play off and MLR should prevail against their out of sorts opponents.