The 2020 TG4 All-Ireland Senior Semi-Finalists have been confirmed with champions Dublin set to face Armagh, while Cork and Galway will do battle in the other last-four clash following this weekend's last round of games.
See a bullet of a goal from Cork star Saoirse Noonan in today's TG4 All Ireland SFC win over Cavan to end a 'Carlsberg week' for the Nemo Rangers forward, who scored two goals for Cork City in the FAI Cup semi-finals and has been named in the Ireland squad for the first time.
2019 All-Ireland finalists Galway, who were reduced to 14 players late in the first half, survived a late scare from Monaghan to win this absorbing Group 2 TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship tie and qualify for an All-Ireland semi-final with Cork.
Áine Terry O'Sullivan scored a hat-trick and Saoirse Noonan hit two goals as Cork set up a TG4 All-Ireland Senior Semi-Final with Galway after a comprehensive victory over Cavan at O'Connor Park, Birr.
Armagh qualified for their first TG4 All-Ireland Senior Semi-Final since 2015 with two Aimee Mackin goals and one each from Kelly Mallon and Catherine Marley denying Mayo a return to the knock-out stages.
Karen Guthrie and Geraldine McLaughlin hit a goal each inside the opening eight minutes as Maxi Curran's Donegal signed off their TG4 All-Ireland SFC season with a convincing win over Waterford at teg Cusack Park in Mullingar.
Shortly after 3pm at Parnell Park today (SAT), Armagh and Mayo will fight it out for one of three remaining places available in the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-finals, and sisters Aimee and Bláithín Mackin will be central to the Ulster side's hopes.
The GAA's disciplinary system has been called into question by the Roger Casements club in Coventry after one of their players was subjected to racial abuse from an opponent during the Warwickshire SFC semi-final last month.
They were the last team to get their TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship underway, but Cork manager Ephie Fitzgerald was thrilled to see his side's battling qualities as they claimed the bragging rights against Munster rivals Kerry.
Ciara McAnespie led Monaghan to victory over Tipperary as first-half goals from Roisín Howard and Aishling Moloney weren't enough to deny the Ulster side, who now face a final day Group 2 decider against Galway.
Dublin manager Mick Bohan admitted Donegal were unfortunate not to come away from their TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship encounter against the champions with a result after the Ulster side rocked them in Kingspan Breffni.
Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh and Síofra O'Shea contributed a combined haul of 4-6 in Birr as Kerry underlined their TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship credentials with an emphatic Group 1 triumph over Cavan.
TG4 All-Ireland Senior Champions Dublin began their quest for a fourth successive title with a victory over Donegal on Saturday evening, but they needed a late Sinead Aherne goal to be sure of the win.