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Here are the dates for the last five games in this year's All-Ireland Hurling Championship

There’s just five games remaining in the 2018 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship.

Conor Whelan and Jonathan Glynn with Paul Murphy during Sunday's Leinster final replay.
Conor Whelan and Jonathan Glynn with Paul Murphy during Sunday's Leinster final replay.
Image: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

WE’VE FIRMLY REACHED the business end of the season now, with the semi-finals of the All-Ireland hurling championship beginning to take shape following the conclusion of the provincial deciders.

Sunday saw Galway put Kilkenny to the sword following a tense Leinster final replay at Semple Stadium.

Micheál Donoghue’s side joined Cork in booking their place in the final four, with next weekend’s final pair of quarter-finals between Clare and Wexford, and Limerick and Kilkenny completing the line-up.

The venue and times for next weekend’s quarter-finals will be confirmed tomorrow, with the pairings for both semi-finals taking place on 28 July and 29 July also still to be decided.

Here are all the current details for the remaining fixtures in this year’s All-Ireland Hurling Championship.


15 July — Clare vs Wexford (Venue and time TBC)

15 July — Kilkenny vs Limerick (Venue and time TBC)

Semi-finals (28 July 5pm & 29 July 3pm)

Galway vs Quarter-final winner (Croke Park)

Cork vs Quarter-final winner (Croke Park)


19 August, 3.30pm — Semi-final winner vs Semi-final winner (Croke Park)

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