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3 attractive double-headers in store as GAA announce details for Allianz Hurling Division 1 quarter-finals
The venues and times for the upcoming last eight games have been confirmed.

THE GAA HAVE announced fixture details for this weekend’s Allianz Hurling Division 1 quarter-finals along with the Division 1A relegation play-off.

Cork, Galway and Offaly were the winners of their coin-tosses, meaning they’ll have home advantage for their last eight clashes with Limerick, Waterford and Tipperary respectively.

Kilkenny were guaranteed home advantage against Wexford as they’ve only played two home matches in the league so far, while the Model have played three.

The other three quarter-finals will be paired up with Allianz Football League ties to form attractive double-headers.

Cork-Limerick will take place after the Division 2 football fixture between Cork and Down, while Galway-Waterford has been given top billing after the football clash between Kildare and Galway, which is also in the second tier.

Finally, Offaly’s home tie against Tipperary will follow the county’s Division 3 relegation battle with Laois.

The winners of Offaly-Tipperary play the winners of Kilkenny-Wexford, while the winners of Cork-Limerick will play the winners of Waterford-Galway.

Clare will have home advantage against Dublin after winning a coin-toss. The Division 2 football clash between Clare and Meath will precede that game.

Sunday April 2

Allianz Hurling League Division 1 quarter-finals

Offaly v Tipperary, O’Connor Park, Tullamore, 4pm
Cork v Limerick, Pairc Ui Rinn, 4pm
Galway v Waterford, Pearse Stadium, 4pm
Kilkenny v Wexford, Nowlan Park, 4pm

Allianz Hurling League Division 1A relegation play-off

Clare v Dublin, Cusack Park, Ennis, 4pm

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