Sport on TV this weekend: Munster football, Leinster hurling, Copa America and Super Rugby Finals 6 years ago

Sport on TV this weekend: Munster football, Leinster hurling, Copa America and Super Rugby Finals

All your weekend's sport on the box, in one handy place.

Saturday

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Super Rugby Final, Hurricanes v Highlanders, Sky Sports 1, 8am

Come the end of this encounter in Wellington, one of the two teams will be crowned Super Rugby Champions for the first time in their history.

during the round eight Super Rugby match between the Hurricanes and the Stormers at Westpac Stadium Stadium on April 3, 2015 in Wellington, New Zealand.

With the likes of Ma'a Nonu, Conrad Smith and Julian Savea in the Hurricanes ranks and Ben and Aaron Smith and Malakai Fekitoa lining out for the Highlanders, there'll be plenty of All-Blacks to keep an eye on before the Rugby World Cup a little later in the year.

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If you're not inclined to get up that early to watch it, meanwhile, you can catch it again on the same channel at 3pm.

Wimbledon, Day 6, BBC 2, 11.05am and BBC 1, 12.10pm

BBC have all bases covered throughout the day at SW19. Fingers crossed the rain stays away.

Live British Grand Prix qualifying, Sky Sports 1, 12pm

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There are certain Grand Prix that fairweather F1 fans will tune into and for car nuts in these parts, the closest Grand Prix to Ireland is definitely one of those.

Find out who's going to be at the top of the grid at Silverstone from 12pm.

Tour de France Live, TG4, 12.55pm

Fair play to TG4, they really push the boat out when it comes to their sports coverage and they've secured another coup with live coverage of the Tour de France once again this year, starting with a time trial in Utrecht on Day One.

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during the 2015 Tour de France Team Presentation, on July 2, 2015 in Jaarbeurs, Utrecht. The 102nd Tour de France starts on Saturday with a 13.8km individual time trial around Utrecht.

Live European Tour Golf, Sky Sports 4, 1pm

At this stage, it's less about seeing who might win a tournament rather than who's looking in fine fettle ahead of the British Open, which is a little under a fortnight away.

Sky Sports have all the action from the 2015 Alstom Open De France at Le Golf National in Paris, with coverage getting underway at 1pm.

The Saturday Game, Cavan v Roscommon, RTE 2, 4.40pm

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One of the more appetising fixtures in the qualifiers takes place at Breffni Park, where two teams who have become very familiar with each other of late go head to head.

GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Qualifier Series Round 2B, Kingspan Breffni Park, Cavan 12/7/2014  Cavan vs Roscommon Damien O'Reilly of Cavan and Conor Daly of Roscommon Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Andrew Paton

Tough to call a winner in this one; coverage begins at 4.40pm ahead of a 5pm throw-in.

All-Ireland Hurling Qualifiers, Wexford v Cork, Sky Sports 1, 6.30pm

After two disheartening defeats to Waterford in league and championship, Jimmy Barry Murphy's side could do with silencing a few doubters this weekend.

Despite the Model County's heavy defeat to Kilkenny, however, they'll have nothing easy against Wexford in their own back yard. Throw in is at 7pm.

Live PGA Tour Golf, Sky Sports 4, 7pm

Day three of the 2015 Greenbrier Classic from White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Again, worth keeping an eye on who's looking in tip-top shape ahead of more important events in St. Andrew's later this month.

Copa America Final, Chile v Argentina, Setanta Sports 1, 8.30pm

Chile could claim their first ever Copa America title on home turf on Saturday evening, but they'll have it all do against an Argentina side who have looked in imperious form throughout the tournament, especially when hammering Paraguay 6-1 in the semi-finals.

SAO PAULO, BRAZIL - JULY 08:  (L-R) Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero stretch during a training session at Arena de Sao Paulo on July 8, 2014 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Messi to win his first major trophy with Argentina? You'd be a brave man to bet otherwise.

Sunday

Live European Tour Golf, Sky Sports 4, 12pm

All the action from the closing day of the Alstom Open De France in Paris.

Tour de France Live, TG4, 12.10pm

Following Saturday's time trial over a distance of just over 13km, the riders in this year's event face a trek of 166km from Utrecht to Zeeland.

Live British Grand Prix, BBC One, 12.15pm, Sky Sports 1, 12.30pm

Lewis Hamilton has won all but one of the eight races in the 2015 season so far and he'll be looking to maintain that wonderful run of form at his home Grand Prix on a track where he won last year.

xxxx during previews to the Formula One Grand Prix of Great Britain at Silverstone Circuit on July 2, 2015 in Northampton, England.

Can anybody stop him? Furthermore, will somebody please stop him from wearing ridiculous glasses/sunglasses combinations like this ever again?

Athletics, 2015 Diamond League: Paris, BBC 2, 1.20pm

Gabby Logan presents the highlights from Saturday night's event in Paris, which is due to feature the great Usain Bolt amongst others.

The Sunday Game Live, Kerry v Cork and Galway v Kilkenny, RTE 2, 1.30pm

Two absolute cracking provincial finals to look forward to on Sunday, the traditional meeting of age-old rivals Kerry and Cork in Killarney and a repeat of the 2012 Leinster and All-Ireland finals between Galway and Kilkenny in Croke Park.

The Gooch is one of a number of high-profile Kerry stars to be kept in reserve by Eamonn Fitzmaurice, while, just like the county hurlers, the Cork footballers could do with delivering a big performance to silence the critics.

Leinster GAA Hurling Senior Championship Semi-Final Replay,  O'Connor Park, Tullamore, Co. Offaly 28/6/2014  Kilkenny vs Galway GalwayÕs Joe Canning with Conor Fogarty and TJ Reid of Kilkenny Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

In Leinster, Kilkenny looked on top of their game against Wexford, but Galway have ben showing signs that this could be one those seasons where they're going to be hard stopped.

The Munster Final throws in at 2pm, followed by the Leinster Final at 4pm.

Live PGA Tour Golf, Sky Sports 4, 7pm

Live coverage of the final day of the 2015 Greenbrier Classic in Virginia.

The Sunday Game, RTE 2, 9.30pm

A look back at a huge weekend of GAA action, including the two provincial finals and matches in the football and hurling qualifiers.

As usual, a mighty way to round off the weekend.