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Here's the All-Ireland senior football quarter-final and semi-final line-up

There’s big double-headers in store tomorrow and next Saturday afternoon.

Patrick McBrearty and Cian O'Sullivan will be in opposition next Saturday.
Patrick McBrearty and Cian O'Sullivan will be in opposition next Saturday.
Image: Colm O'Neill/INPHO

WE’VE REACHED THE quarter-final stage of the All-Ireland senior football series after Donegal and Mayo triumphed today while Cork and Westmeath bowed out.

There’s eight counties now left in the 2016 race to land Sam Maguire with three from Munster, two from Connacht, two from Ulster and reigning champions Dublin flying the flag for Leinster.

Tomorrow Kerry will meet Clare while Galway will face Tipperary in a Croke Park double-header.

And then next Saturday, there’s a pair of heavyweight collisions as Tyrone will play Mayo and it’ll be Dublin against Donegal.

Those senior games will be preceded by the All-Ireland junior final meeting of Kerry and Mayo at 2pm. Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning at 9am.

Here’s the full rundown of the fixtures ahead.

All-Ireland senior football quarter-finals

Sunday 31 July
Kerry v Clare, Croke Park, 2pm
Galway v Tipperary, Croke Park, 4pm

Saturday 6 August
Tyrone v Mayo, Croke Park, 4pm
Dublin v Donegal, Croke Park, 6pm

All-Ireland senior football semi-finals

Sunday 21 August
Galway/Tipperary v Tyrone/Mayo, Croke Park

Sunday 28 August
Kerry/Clare v Dublin/Donegal, Croke Park

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