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Dublin slotted in for Saturday All-Ireland semi-final in Croke Park

Round three of the Super 8s will fill in the three remaining places.

Image: Bryan Keane/INPHO

HAVING TOPPED THEIR group of the Super 8s, Dublin are set to go into All-Ireland SFC semi-final action on Saturday, 11 August at 5pm.

Their opponents in Croke Park will be the side who comes in as runner-up in Group one. Monaghan currently occupy that berth before a clash with already-qualified Galway on 4 August, while Kerry remain in the hunt as they meet Kildare.

The second All-Ireland semi-final has been set for Sunday, 12 August with a 3.30pm throw-in.

Damien Comer reacts to a denied goal Source: Laszlo Geczo/INPHO

As things stand, Galway would meet Tyrone in that clash, though it remains all to play for on 5 August as Donegal host Tyrone with the Group two runner-up spot on the line.

The GAA also confirmed today that the All-Ireland U21 B hurling final (Kerry v Derry) and the U21 Hurling semi-final between Cork and Wexford will be a double header in Nowlan Park on Saturday 4 August with the B final throwing in first at 2pm.

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