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Dr Hyde Park the venue for triple-header of intriguing All-Ireland semi-finals

Saturday 25 August is a big one in the ladies football calendar.

ALL ROADS LEAD to Dr Hyde Park on Saturday 25 August for ladies football fans with an exciting All-Ireland championship semi-final triple-header on the cards.

A general view of Dr. Hyde Park A general view of Roscommon's Dr Hyde Park. Source: Tommy Dickson/INPHO

There’s an All-Ireland intermediate championship final spot up for grabs first as Meath and Roscommon go head-to-head (throw-in 1pm, live on TG4) before the two senior last four battles go down for decision.

11-time All-Ireland winners Cork meet Ulster champions Donegal in the first of the two semi-finals (throw-in 2.45pm, live on TG4) making for an interesting battle.

Both have looked strong through the summer to date and with some of the best forwards in the country on each side, it’s sure that this shoot-out will come right down to the wire.

Ephie Fitzgerald’s Rebels exited at this stage last year so they’ll be hoping to make amends and appear in Croke Park once again, while Donegal — bidding for a first-ever All-Ireland senior title — will be looking to also take that crucial last step.

TG4 2018 Ladies Football Championship Launch The four senior semi-finalists. Source: Seb Daly/SPORTSFILE

Holders Dublin and Connacht champions Galway then face off for the second coveted All-Ireland senior final spot on offer, with throw-in for that one 4.30pm (live on TG4).

The sides have had two interesting clashes in 2018 so far, going head-to-head twice in Division 1 of the Lidl Ladies National Football League.

Stephen Glennon’s Tribeswomen came out on top in their round robin fixture, but the Sky Blues edged past them thanks to a late, late goal and subsequent one-point win in the semi-final.

Saturday 25 August 2018

TG4 All Ireland Intermediate and Senior Semi Finals – ET if Necessary, all live on TG4

  • IFC: Meath v Roscommon, 1pm, Dr Hyde Park, Roscommon
  • SFC: Cork v Donegal, 2.45pm, Dr Hyde Park, Roscommon
  • SFC: Dublin v Galway, 4.30pm, Dr Hyde Park, Roscommon

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