Four games are down for decision.
There's a full round of fixtures the Senior Hurling Championship in Offaly this weekend.
At half 7 this evening, last years semi-finalists Shinrone open their challenge against newly promoted Ballinamere in Rath.
It's a repeat from the championship last year which saw Shinrone run out comfortable winners.
Former All-Ireland Hurling final referee Brian Gavin says the gap will be a lot closer this year:
At the same time, 2019 county finalists Birr take on Kilcormac Killoughey in Banagher.
Brian thinks the youth in the Birr ranks might just edge it:
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On Saturday, Seir Kieran play Coolderry.
While in the other fixture, it's a repeat of last year's semi-final as Belmount take on champions St. Rynagh's in O'Connor park.
Brian Gavin says that one will come down to a single puck:
Full list of senior fixtures this weekend:
Offaly Senior Hurling Championship
Friday July 31st
1930 - Birr v Kilcormac/Killoughey - Banagher
1930 - Shinrone v Ballinamere - Rath
Saturday August 1st
1900 - Coolderry v Seir Kieran - Birr
1900 - St Rynagh's v Belmont - O'Connor Park