Busy weekend ahead with Senior Club Semi Finals taking centre stage

GAA Ball

It's another big weekend of championship action across the north west with senior semi finals in Donegal, Tyrone and Derry.

Dromore, conquers of champions Omagh, meet Killyclogher this evening (Friday) in Healy Park in Omagh in the first of senior semi finals in Tyrone - throw-in is at 8.30pm.

The second semi final is on Sunday at 5pm in Pomeroy between Trillick and Coalisland.

Also this evening in Tyrone, Cookstown play Edendork in an intermediate semi final in Omagh at 7.

In Donegal tonight, there's an intermediate championship, relegation semi final, as Urris meet Burt, throw in is also 8.30pm in Buncrana.

Taking centre stage in Donegal is the two senior semi final's, with St Eunan's continuing the defence of their title against the highly fancied St. Michael's in Ballybofey at 7.30pm on Saturday evening.

Then on Sunday afternoon at 3.30pm back at MacCumhaill Park, Kilcar and N Conaill are expected to throw up an enthralling encounter.

Both  Donegal senior semi finals will be LIVE on Highland this weekend with Oisin Kelly, Martin Mc Hugh and Brendan Devenney, in association with Brian McCormicks Intersport, Letterkenny.

Relegation play offs on Saturday afternoon will see Killybegs play MacCumhaills and Cloughanelly take on Ardara, while in an intermediate quarter final replay Milford and Aodh Rua will have another go, and Red Hughs and Naomh Ultan will contest the Donegal Junior A Final on Sunday.

The race to win the Derry Senior Championship continues on Sunday evening with a double header in Owenbeg from 5.45pm.

Recent three in a row winners Ballinderry take on Eoghan Rua Coleriane, thats followed by the meeting of current Champions Sluaghtneil and record holders Bellagh.

Finally in Hurling, Tyrone will look to wrap up the season with All Ireland title as they face Mayo once again in the replay of the Minor C Championship Final in Leitrim on Saturday, throw in 2.30pm.