TG4 have announced their schedule of All-Ireland Gold games for May.
The ten games to feature in Sunday double-headers include All-Ireland Hurling, Football, and Ladies Football finals, as well as extra-time thrillers from the All-Ireland U21 hurling and Leinster football championships.
Another chance to see Kildare v Meath in the 1997 Leinster Senior Football semi-final replay from Croke Park. Reigning All-Ireland champions Meath who were managed by Sean Boylan had eliminated Dublin in the Leinster quarter-final and were up against Mick O'Dwyer's Kildare team.
Monaghan v Laois in the 1996 All-Ireland Ladies Football Final replay was the year of 23rd Ladies Football All-Ireland and the teams drew a week earlier finishing on 2-9 each.
This pulsating match was played in front of 79,386 spectators with Joe Kernan's Armagh team hoping to qualify for the All-Ireland Final for the first time since 1977.
The Galway hurlers under Cyril Farrell's management were hoping to win back to back All-Ireland titles against a Tipp side managed by Michael "Babs" Keating.
Dublin went into the final looking for their second All-Ireland title in three seasons while Mayo entered the 2013 final without a title since 1951.
It was the first time that these two teams had met in the All-Ireland final since 1991 and Kilkenny were going for four-in-a-row in front of 82,106 spectators.
Another chance to see Wexford v Tipperary in the 1968 All Ireland Senior Hurling Final at Croke Park. The 81st All-Ireland Hurling Final included legends of that hurling era such as Tony Doran, Paul Lynch, Jack Berry, Ned Colfer, Jimmy Doyle, John Doyle, and Michael Keating.
One of the most exhilarating football games of the 70s with the great Dublin and Kerry teams of that era producing a classic match. The Dublin team included such legends as Brian Mullins, Anton O’Toole, Tony Hanahoe, David Hickey, Sean Doherty and Bernard Brogan. Commentary by Michael O'Hehir.
This was Clare's first-ever appearance in an All-Ireland U21 Hurling semi-final. These U21 teams included stars such as Darach Honan, John Conlon, David Burke, Joe Canning, Aidan Harte, and James Skehill.
Mickey Harte's Tyrone team were going for their second All-Ireland title having won it in 2003. But Jack O'Connor's Kerry team were the reigning All-Ireland champions and both teams produced a memorable and pulsating final.