AS ever, there is a wealth of sport to get your teeth into this weekend - whether it be football, rugby league, rugby union ... whatever you fancy really.
Here, Jonathan Davies picks out a handful of events you may wish to get yourlsefv along to, should you have a few hours of your weekend to spare.
Rugby League: Wakefield Wildcats v Bradford Bulls
There is everything to play for in the Super League Super 8s ‘Million-Pound Match’, as Wakefield and Bradford battle it out at Belle Vue for the 12th and final spot among the elite for 2016.
Both sides are looking to join Hull Kingston Rovers, Widnes Vikings and Salford Red Devils in progressing through the play-offs and returning to the big time.
Football: Doncaster Rovers v Barnsley
The Keepmoat is the venue for a South Yorkshire derby in League 1 as Doncaster host Barnsley.
Donny are without a win in six and find themselves 22nd in the table with caretaker boss Rob Jones desperate for a victory.
Meanwhile, 11th-placed Barnsley are chasing a fourth win from their last seven and could lift themselves into the play-off places as a result.
Snooker: International Championship Qualifiers
There is plenty of world-class and local talent on display at Barnsley Metrodome, all of them just one win away from a trip to China.
Fans can get in for free to watch York’s rising star Ashley Hugill up against four-time world champion John Higgins in the pick of the matches, while the likes of Judd Trump, Jimmy White and Ken Doherty are also in action.
Sheffield duo Joel Walker and Adam Duffy play Robbie Williams and Matt Selt respectively, while Doncaster’s Ian Glover plays Aditya Mehta and Keighley’s Chris Melling takes on Yu Delu
Ice Hockey: Sheffield Steelers v Belfast Giants
Sheffield are aiming to build on their winning start to the Elite League season when they entertain the in-form Belfast at the Motorpoint Arena.
The Steelers opened their campaign with a 30-16 win over Manchester Storm last Sunday, while the Giants sit second in the table after winning all four of their games so far.
Rugby Union: Doncaster Knights v Ealing Trailfinders
Doncaster will be looking to bounce back in the Rugby Championship when they welcome Ealing to Castle Park.
The Knights were beaten 30-23 by Rotherham Titans last weekend and slipped to sixth in the table, while today’s opponents overcame Cornish Pirates 28-17 last time out.