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Here are the venues and times for the U21 football semis and hurling league semis

Next weekend is shaping up to be a big one in both codes.

Donegal: facing a hectic schedule after beating Cavan on Wednesday night.
Donegal: facing a hectic schedule after beating Cavan on Wednesday night.
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CUSACK PARK IN Ennis will host the EirGrid All-Ireland U21 Football semi-final between Kerry and Galway next Saturday, 15 April.

The Munster and Connacht champions will meet at 4.30pm, with the other semi-final between Dublin and either Donegal or Derry scheduled for a 2.30pm throw-in that afternoon.

The venue for that first semi-final will depend on the winner of Monday’s Ulster final. A Dublin v Donegal clash would be played in Kingspan Breffni Park, Cavan, while Dublin and Derry would meet in the Athletic Grounds, Armagh.

Elsewhere, throw-in times have been set for the Allianz Hurling League Division 1 semi-finals on Sunday 16 April.

The meeting of Limerick and Galway gets underway at the Gaelic Grounds at 2pm, followed by Wexford v Tipperary in Nowlan Park at 4pm.

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