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The path to Liam MacCarthy is now clear as the quarter-finals are settled

Waterford suffered their first defeat of the season today.

Dublin and Waterford will meet for a place in the final four of the All-Ireland hurling championship.
Dublin and Waterford will meet for a place in the final four of the All-Ireland hurling championship.
Image: Ken Sutton/INPHO

AFTER THEIR LOSS to Tipperary in the Munster final today, Waterford will have to beat Dublin to get their 2015 All-Ireland hurling championship campaign back on track.

Ger Cunningham’s side beat a wayward shooting Limerick in Thurles yesterday and, as they’ve already played Galway, could only meet Derek McGrath’s charges in the final six.

The second quarter-final was decided yesterday when Cork got the better of Clare in the late game at Semple Stadium.

The quarter-finals will take place on Sunday, 26 July.

All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals

Cork v Galway
Dublin v Waterford

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