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Here's the latest Cork senior hurling championship draw

Reigning champions Sarsfields have been drawn to face Youghal.

Image: Tommy Grealy/INPHO

REIGNING CORK SENIOR hurling champions Sarsfields will take on Youghal in the fourth-round of the county championship.

And should they get past that challenge, they’ll take on the winners of Imokilly and Ballyhea in the quarter-finals.

Meanwhile, last year’s beaten finalists Glen Rovers face Bride Rovers in the next round and will meet either Blackrock or Newtownshandrum in the last eight – a tasty looking clash.

Elsewhere, the 2013 champions Midleton will do battle with the winners of the Bishopstown/St. Finbarr’s tie with the reward being a  quarter-final tie against either Douglas or Duhallow.

Rounding out the fourth-round draw, Na Piarsaigh will face Erins Own while Ballymartle take on Carrigtwohill.

The times and dates will be decided when the County Board meet on Tuesday evening.

Fourth Round
Sarsfields v Youghal
Imokilly v Ballyhea
Glen Rovers v Bride Rovers
Blackrock v Newtownshandrum
Midleton v Bishopstown/St Finbarr’s
Douglas v Duhallow
Na Piarsaigh v Erins Own
Ballymartle v Carrigtwohill

Quarter-Finals
Sarsfields/Youghal v Imokilly/Ballyhea
Glen Rovers/Bride Rovers v Blackrock/Newtownshandrum
Midleton/Bishopstown/St Finbarr’s v Douglas/Duhallow
Na Piarsaigh/Erins Own v Ballymartle/Carrigtwohill

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