Here is our selection of four events that we feel will give you the best of sport from across Ireland and around the world this weekend, together with all the broadcast details.




When it’s on: Sunday morning our time at 0830

If you are going – If you happen to be in Australia, then fair enough, get thee to the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne and beg for a ticket

If you are watching – Eurosport has been showing coverage all the way through the tournament and will bring you home with what could be a piece of history.

Why it will be worth it – Nadal is tied on 20 Grand Slams with Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.  None of them is the right side of 30 in what is a young person’s game so the chances to steal a march and secure the ultimate top billing will be fewer and further between.  This could be very special.




When it’s on Sunday night starting at 0830 and 1130.

If you are going – Your best bet is the second game in LA where the home support is light and will be dominated by San Francisco fans. Tickets on the secondary market are currently on sale for $550

If you are watching – Neil Reynolds, Shaun Gayle, Coach and Baldi can be your guide for the evening on Sky Sports

Why it will be worth it – We gave the Bills and the Chiefs as our number one pick last week and were rewarded with one of the greatest games of all time, in any sport.  It would be hard to live up to half of the drama from seven days ago but with a p[lace in the Superbowl on the line, there is everything to play for.  the 49’ers have come through Dallas and Green Bay and are on a roll.  The Bengals have never won the Superbowl, are everybody’s favourite underdog and while they shouldn’t be a match for Patrick Mahomes in the play offs they have a lot of talent and could yet be our pick.



CurrentAccount All Ireland Ladies Football Club Final

When it’s on Saturday at 12:45

If you are going – Birr in County Offaly is where you want to be going. Tickets are €10 for adults and half that for kids.

If you are watching – The game will be shown live on TG4

Why it will be worth it – Kilkerrin-Clonberne and Mourneabbey have plenty of history and contested the last final played in 2019 when the Cork side won by a single point.  If you are not sure of a reason to be there, read about Bríd O’Sullivan’s battle to be on the pitch tomorrow and you will want to see it.



Tyrone Vs Monaghan Allianz Football League

When it’s on Sunday at 3:45

If you are going – O’Neill’s Healy Park is the venue for the return to action in the Allianz Leagues of the All Ireland Football Champions Tyrone.

If you are watching – TG4 will be showing it as part of a triple-header of action from Division One

Why it will be worth it – The two sides played a belter of an Ulster Final last year and it will be interesting to see how the Championship celebrations have impacted on Tyrone, who prevailed by a single point when they met in Croke Park last July.