GAA dominates this weekend’s sporting fixtures, but hey, we love our football and hurling so bring it on!
Westmeath created one of the shocks of modern times by defeating Meath in one of the games of the summer.
However, they are on a retrieval mission here against Fermanagh on Saturday.
Cork were outclassed by old rivals Kerry after a replay and they should have too much for Kildare on Saturday evening.
Team Ireland has headed to Los Angeles with 88 athletes and a 40-strong coaching team for the World Summer Games.
The star-studded opening ceremony featured America’s First Lady Michelle Obama, Ireland's Colin Farrell and Olympic legend Michael Phelps.
You can cheer on Team Ireland in 13 different sports and the games will feature 7,000 athletes from 177 countries.
Chris Froome has dominated this year’s three-week tour and the race finishes up the Champs-Élysées on Sunday afternoon.
Team Sky have controlled the race with military precision, with Ireland’s Nicolas Roche playing a huge part in Froome’s victory.
The cyclists usually ease into the final stage and the sight of the peloton arriving in the French capital is always spectacular.
Hurling fans are in for a real treat on Sunday with a mouth-watering double header at Thurles.
Dublin eked out an excellent win over Limerick in the qualifiers but they face an up-and-coming Waterford side this weekend.
Cork and Galway is always a great game to savour and a place in the semi-finals is up for grabs for both winners.
Mexico and Jamaica will contest this final on Sunday night in Philadelphia.
Jamaica took a stunning two-goal lead against the United States and held on for a 2-1 victory to clinch a first-ever berth in the final.
Mexico needed a controversial late penalty to equalize against Panama. El Tri then scored in extra time, again from the penalty spot, to claim a contentious victory.