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Here's what the All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals will look like

The final six in this year’s championship is closer to being finalised.

Cork fans now know who they'll face in the quarter-finals.
Cork fans now know who they'll face in the quarter-finals.
Image: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

AFTER THEIR WIN in the All-Ireland Qualifiers in Semple Stadium this afternoon, Cork now know who their opponents at the quarter-final stage will be.

With Dublin unable to play Galway again after meeting in the Leinster championship, it will be Jimmy Barry Murphy’s men who take on the Tribesmen in the final six.

This means the loser of the Waterford v Tipperary Munster final tomorrow will face Dublin after Ger Cunningham’s side turned over Limerick in Thurles today.

Both quarter-final games will take place on Sunday 26 July.

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