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Here's the venues for the Cadbury All-Ireland U21 football semi-finals
The last four ties take place on April 19th.

Alan Cadogan and Killian Clarke 7/4/2014 Donall Farmer / INPHO Cork's Alan Cadogan and Cavan's Killian Clarke. Donall Farmer / INPHO / INPHO

THE GAA HAVE revealed the venues for this year’s Cadbury All-Ireland U21 football semi-finals.

The showdowns will take place on Saturday April 19th with Dublin having already qualified after their Leinster final win last week while Roscommon were crowned Connacht champions last Saturday.

Dublin await the winners of the Ulster U21 final between Cavan and Donegal while Roscommon will face the victors from the Munster U21 decider between Cork and Tipperary. Both remaining provincial finals take place this Wednesday night.

If Cavan win the Ulster final, the two semi-finals will take place as a double-header.

Jack McCaffrey lifts the trophy James Crombie / INPHO Dublin captain Jack McCaffrey. James Crombie / INPHO / INPHO

The fixture details in full are:

Saturday, April 19th
Cadbury’s All-Ireland U21 football semi-finals

Cork v Roscommon, Portlaoise, 3pm (Live on TG4)
Tipperary v Roscommon, Tullamore, 3pm (Live on TG4)

Donegal v Dublin, Kingspan Breffni Park, 4.45pm (Live on TG4)
Cavan v Dublin, Tullamore/Portlaoise*, 4.45pm

*Double header with Cork v Roscommon or Tipperary v Roscommon.

The Roscommon team celebrate after winning Mike Shaughnessy / INPHO Roscommon celebrate their Connacht U21 title win. Mike Shaughnessy / INPHO / INPHO

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