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04th Jul 2023

All of this weekend’s packed GAA schedule as hurling takes centre stage

Lee Costello

And then there was four.

This weekend’s GAA schedule is packed with wall to wall action, but hurling will take centre stage as the All-Ireland semi-finals approach.

This Saturday, Galway will take on the All-Ireland champions Limerick, in an attempt to stop them from winning four in a row, and book their own place in the final.

Limerick have been their usual incredible selves this season, but some chinks in the armour have been revealed with defeats, draws and a couple of close shaves in the munster championship.

When it mattered most however, they still retained their provincial crown and remain the overall favourites to lift the Liam McCarthy.


On Sunday Kilkenny will play Clare to reach the final for the second year in a row, but after a heartbreaking defeat in Munster, Brian Logan will want to turn that pain into motivation for his side.

Last year they were in a similar situation, losing the final in disappointing circumstances and couldn’t recover from it, but now they will be better prepared.

The All-Ireland Camogie series also heats up this weekend as the quarter final stages will be played, and on Sunday Derry will play Monaghan in the Minor All-Ireland final.


Saturday 8 July

All-Ireland SHC semi-final
Galway v Limerick, Croke Park, 6pm – RTE

All-Ireland Camogie Senior quarter-final
Antrim v Tipperary, Croke Park, 3.30pm

Sunday 9 July

All-Ireland SHC semi-final
Clare v Kilkenny, Croke Park, 4pm – RTE

All-Ireland Camogie Senior quarter-final
Cork v Kilkenny, Croke Park, 1.30pm

All-Ireland MFC final
Derry v Monaghan, BOX-IT Athletic Grounds, 1pm – TG4

All-Ireland Ladies IFC quarter-finals
Wexford v Leitrim, Chadwick’s Wexford Park, 2pm
Antrim v Monaghan, Davitt Park, 2pm
Kildare v Tyrone, Manguard Plus Hawkfield COE, 2pm
Clare v Westmeath, Cusack Park Ennis, 2pm

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