Stuck for something to do this weekend? Look no further; we've found the top 5 activities for you over the next few days:
5. The Paddy Dakar Motorbike Event
The 7th Paddy Dakar is an adventure bike event aimed at people who may not have been in any kind of competition in the past, or have any off-road experience. It can be described as 'orienteering on motorbikes, with off-road conditions and road rubber'.
A series of children's events will also take place over the weekend such as Bushcraft, Junior Paddy Dakar cycle and walk and a host of other kids' activities. Click here for more info.
4. Guiness Pro12: Leinster Rugby v Ospreys
Leinster Rugby is one of Ireland’s most successful teams. It has a giant line-up of awe-inspiring athletes who consistently impress when they hit the pitch.
In this edition of the Guinness Pro12 tournament, Leinster will be fighting off the Ospreys team with its trademark strength and might. The Welsh side is one of Wales’ four professional rugby teams and has performed with the skill that you’d expect from the great rugby-playing nation, being the first Welsh regional team to beat Australia back in 2006. Click here for more info.
3. Runamuck Autumn Challenge
Now in its 7th year, Runamuck is Ireland's biggest fun mud run event catering for 5,000 participants. From the moment you arrive at the event, you experience the unique fun atmosphere as friends and strangers alike mingle and enjoy themselves. Read more here.
2. Burren Peaks Walking Festival
Hosted by The Ballyvaughan Fanore Walking Club, the festival weekend promises you a real taste of the Burren. There will be guided hill and lowland walks, varying in distance and grade to cater for walkers of all levels. Find out more here.
1. TG4 Ladies Football All-Ireland Championship Final
Ladies Gaelic Football is recognised as one of the fastest growing female sports in the world. September 2016 will see some of the best competitors in Ireland show off their skills, strength, agility and passion for the sport, as the TG4 Ladies Football All Ireland Championship Finals take place in Croke Park Stadium. Click here for more info!