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Limerick set to play Saturday evening All-Ireland semi-final double-header

After securing their place in the last four of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship with their Munster Final victory over Tipperary last Sunday, it has today been confirmed that Limerick’s semi-final clash will take place on Saturday July 27 at 6pm in Croke Park.

Limerick’s minor All-Ireland semi-final clash will act as a curtain raiser at 4pm in Headquarters.

Limerick are likely to play Cork or Kilkenny in the semi-final who will meet in the quarter-finals should Cork overcome Westmeath this weekend.

The minors will play either Galway or Kilkenny in Croke Park.

The last time Limerick played a minor and senior double header in Croke Park was back in 2013 where both were defeated, by Clare and Galway respectively.

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