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Here are the Leinster and Munster senior hurling draws for 2020 championship

The draws were made this evening on RTÉ News.

LEINSTER KINGPINS WEXFORD will face Galway at the semi-final stage this year while Limerick will open their Munster defence with a quarter-final against Clare.

pjimage Wexford and Limerick are the reigning provincial hurling champions.

The draws were made this evening on RTÉ News with the round-robin format being removed in the provinces this year as they revert to a provincial knockout system.

Limerick must meet Clare in a quarter-final and the winners will face All-Ireland champions Tipperary the following weekend. Cork meet Waterford in the other semi-final.

In Leinster it is a repeat of the 2017 provincial final as Wexford take on Galway. Kilkenny received a bye to the semi-final where they will meet the winners of Laois and Dublin, a repeat of last summer’s qualifier when Eddie Brennan’s side claimed a memorable victory.

The draw for the Leinster football semi-finals were also made this evening.

Here are the draws in full:

Munster SHC

Quarter-final
(24/25 October)

Limerick v Clare 

Semi-finals
(31 October/1 November)

Cork v Waterford
Tipperary v Limerick/Clare

Final

14/15 November

Leinster SHC

Quarter-final
(24/25 October)

Laois v Dublin

Semi-finals
(31 October/1 November)

Galway v Wexford
Kilkenny v Laois/Dublin

Final

14/15 November

Leinster SFC

Semi-finals

Wexford/Wicklow/Meath v Carlow/Offaly/Kildare
Longford/Louth/Laois v Westmeath/Dublin

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