Here are all your GAA fixtures for this weekend

Carlow are rewarded with their victory over Wexford with a crack at All-Ireland champions Dublin

GAA, Leinster

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Speaking to Off The Ball in May, Carlow's Brendan Murphy compared beating Wexford in their Leinster SFC preliminary round to winning an All-Ireland.

"It's something that we're not used to, someone coming up and shaking your hand because we don't have much success," he said. "There's not really a need for it.

"It's amazing what a win can do for the county."

You can only imagine what a win against Dublin would mean for the side. Well, that's exactly the task they've been handed this Saturday evening at O'Moore Park.

Jim Gavin's men begin the defence of their Leinster crown and seek a seventh consecutive win in the championship. 

On Sunday, we're treated to an additional two quarter-finals in the Leinster Championship. Louth and Meath take the trip to the capital as they face off at Parnell Park.

Laois and Kildare, meanwhile, meet at O'Connor Park. Both of those games throw in at 3pm.

In Ulster, Down and Armagh both go in search of a place in a provincial semi-final when they clash at Pairc Esler.

There's also hurling in the Munster Championship, when Limerick and Clare look to book their place in the final at Semple Stadium.

On this week's Off The Ball, John Treacy gave an update on the latest in the Brendan O'Sullivan case and Jack McCaffrey explained why he's come back to football after spending time in Africa. 

Saturday June 3

Leinster SFC QF
Carlow vs. Dublin, O'Moore Park, 7pm

Sunday June 4

Ulster SFC QF
Down vs. Armagh, Pairc Esler, 2pm

Munster SHC SF
Limerick vs. Clare, Semple Stadium, 4pm

Leinster SFC QF
Louth vs. Meath, Parnell Park, 3pm
Laois vs. Kildare, O'Connor Park, 3pm