It’s a bumper day of action in the senior hurling championship preliminary quarter-finals with three games down for decision.
First up at 2pm is the clash of Éire Óg and Newmarket-on-Fergus.
The 3.45pm meeting between Ballyea and Wolfe Tones has been MOVED to Sixmilebridge.
The final game in the triple header is a repeat of the 2017 meeting of Clooney/Quin and Feakle.
There’s also two senior hurling relegation semi-finals today.
Whitegate face last year’s county semi-finalists O’Callaghan’s Mills in Broadford at 3pm.
While Clarecastle and Tulla go head-to-head in Sixmilebridge at 6pm.
The four intermediate hurling championship round three ties also throw in this afternoon.
Newmarket hosts a double header starting with Inagh/Kilnamona against Cratloe at 1.30pm.
Corofin and Sixmilebridge will begin their tie at 3pm.
And in Tulla, Parteen take on Killanena with a 2.30pm start time.
The second game sees St. Joseph’s Doora/Barefield and Bodyke collide at 4pm.
In the relegation play-offs, Ruan and Éire Óg will battle to confirm their intermediate status in Ballyea at 6pm.
There’s also two quarter-finals in the Junior A Championship.
Crusheen and Kilmaley is the contest in Ruan at 3pm. And that’s followed in Meelick at 6pm by Clonlara vs Broadford.
And there’s a Junior A Football quarter-final replay this evening in Ennistymon.
Ballyvaughan and Killimer get underway at 5.30pm.