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Dublin league quarter-final set for Croke Park, Kilkenny at home to Clare in relegation decider

The fixture details have been announced for next weekend’s crucial hurling league games.

Kilkenny and Clare will renew acquaintances next Sunday.
Kilkenny and Clare will renew acquaintances next Sunday.
Image: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

Updated 16.20pm

DUBLIN WILL TAKE on Limerick in Croke Park in their Allianz hurling league quarter-final next weekend while it’s back to Nowlan Park for Kilkenny and Clare in their Division 1A relegation decider.

They’re the main talking points after the toss for home advantage in the knockout stages of the hurling league. Cork and Offaly will also enjoy home advantage for their clashes against Wexford and Tipperary respectively.

It’s good news for Dublin and Cork fans in particular as their games will now form part of double-headers with the county’s football teams fixtures. Dublin take on Limerick in Croke Park next Saturday at 5pm in a game which will act as a curtain-raiser to the Dublin-Derry Division 1 football league tie.

Cork’s footballers are at home to Mayo next Sunday in Division 1 with Páirc Uí Rinn set to host a double-header of that clash and the meeting of Cork and Wexford.

Cork players return to the dressing rooms The Cork footballers will partake in a double-header next Sunday. Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

The full fixture details are:

Allianz Hurling League
Division 1 quarter-finals
Saturday
Dublin v Limerick, Croke Park, 5pm
Sunday
Cork v Wexford, Páirc Uí Rinn, 4pm
Offaly v Tipperary, O’Connor Park, Tullamore, 3pm
Waterford v Galway, Walsh Park, 4pm

Division 1A relegation playoff
Sunday

Kilkenny v Clare, Nowlan Park, 2pm

Division 1B relegation playoff
Saturday

Laois v Antrim, O’Moore Park, Portlaoise, 5pm

One-on-one penalties were to come in this weekend but the GAA have pushed it back

Kilkenny beat Dublin to go second while Wexford, Galway and Clare all bag wins

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