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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.
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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.
Jul 9th 2018, 12:05 AM 34,875 16

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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