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Here's the Division 1 HL quarter-final line-up and the relegation final pairings

The games will take place on April 2-3.

THE QUARTER-FINAL pairings are now known for this year’s Allianz hurling league after today’s last round of divisional fixtures.

Conor McGrath with Padraic Maher Clare's Conor McGrath and Tipperary's Padraic Maher will be in opposition at the last eight stage. Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

The games will take place on the weekend of 2-3 April and the pairings are as follows:

Division 1
Quarter-finals
Kikenny v Offaly (toss for venue)
Waterford v Wexford (Wexford venue)
Dublin v Limerick (toss for venue)
Tipperary v Clare (toss for venue)

Semi-finals – April 17th
Kilkenny/Offaly v Tipperary/Clare
Waterford/Wexford v Dublin/Limerick

The battles to beat the drop will also take place on the same weekend.

Patrick Horgan under pressure from Aidan Harte and Andrew Smith A Cork Galway relegation decider beckons. Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

Relegation finals

Division 1A
Cork v Galway
Division 1B
Kerry v Laois

*Quarter finals and Relegation Play-Off in Division 1 1 to be on a Home and Away basis, with home venue decided as follows:

- Where a team who has had 2 home games in the Regular season draws a team who has had 3 home games in the Regular Season, HOME venue goes to team who has had only 2 home games in the Regular season.

- Where two teams who have had 2 home games play each other, or where two teams who have had 3 home games play each other, toss for HOME venue.

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