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All-Ireland champions Cuala discover opponents for Dublin hurling quarter-finals

The semi-final draws for the Wexford SHC and Tyrone SFC were also made yesterday.

Dublin and Cuala star David Treacy
Dublin and Cuala star David Treacy
Image: Tommy Dickson/INPHO

REIGNING ALL-IRELAND champions Cuala will face St Brigid’s for a place in the Dublin SHC semi-finals.

Cuala, who are bidding to win a third title in-a-row, enjoyed a 3-23 to 1-12 win over Crumlin on Saturday to qualify from the group stages.

Con O’Callaghan, who’s nailed on to pick up his first football All-Star later this year, scored Cuala’s second goal during the victory.

They’ll face St Brigid’s in the last eight with the game set to take place on the weekend of 7/8 October.

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Meanwhile, the semi-final pairings for the Wexford SHC is now known. Naomh Éanna take on St Martin’s, while Rapparees do battle against reigning champions Oulart The Ballagh.

Oulart, who last lifted the Leinster crown in 2016, have won eight out of the last ten Wexford titles.

Finally in Tyrone, two SFC quarter-final replays are set to take place this week. Coalisland Na Fianna face Trillick on Monday night with the winners advancing to play Omagh St Enda’s in the semi-final.

Clonloe O’Rahilly’s and Pomeroy Plunkett’s have their quarter-final replay on Tuesday night with Errigal Ciaran awaiting the winners in the last four.

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