The remaining TG4 provincial silverware of the year will be handed out over the weekend, with senior finals in Leinster, Munster and Ulster on the agenda.There's a triple-header of Leinster deciders at Laois Hire O’Moore Park in Portlaoise on Sunday, including the senior clash between holders Dublin and All-Ireland champions Meath, scheduled for 4.15pm.In Munster, the Senior B and Senior A champions will be crowned, with holders Cork and Lidl National League Division 1 winners Kerry meeting in the Senior A decider at 3.30pm in Mallow on Sunday.And in Ulster, the 2023 junior, intermediate and senior champions will be determined.There’s an intermediate and senior double-header in Owenbeg on Sunday, with holders Armagh and Donegal colliding at 3.30pm.
The Junior final between Down and Fermanagh will be played on Saturday. WEATHER Saturday: Mainly dry with the best of the sunshine in Leinster and east Munster.
It will be cloudier to the west and north with a little drizzle or light shower possible in places. Highest temperatures of 18 to 21 degrees generally, but cooler in the northwest as a moderate northwesterly breeze develops.Sunday: A cooler day with highs generally between 14 and 18 degrees, although temperatures may struggle to reach the teens in the north.
Light or moderate northeast winds. Mainly dry and quite cloudy with the chance of a shower in the south. Turning mostly sunny later in the afternoon. SATURDAY Ulster Junior Championship final Down v Fermanagh, Moy Tír na nÓg, 2pm This should be an entertaining affair which could go either way.Read more on rte.ie