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Ciaran Carey, nine-time All-Ireland hurling winner JJ Delaney and three-time All-Ireland winner Alan Brogan join Shane and Michael

Limerick icon Ciaran Carey, nine-time All-Ireland hurling winner JJ Delaney and three-time All-Ireland winner Alan Brogan join Shane and Michael.

DOUBLE QUARTER-FINAL SPECTACULARS IN CROKE PARK
It’s quarter-final weekend in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championships with
fascinating double-headers in Croke Park this Saturday and Sunday.

Ulster have four representatives (Armagh, Derry, Monaghan, Tyrone); Munster have two (Cork, Kerry) while Connacht (Mayo) and Leinster (Dublin) have one each. Five of the teams (Armagh, Kerry, Mayo, Monaghan, Tyrone) were in Division 1 this year while three (Cork, Derry, Dublin) were in Division 2.

Saturday’s programme features an appetising clash (3.45pm) between Kerry, the defending All-Ireland champions, and Tyrone, the 2021 winners. It’s followed at 6.00pm by Armagh, who are bidding to reach the semi-finals for the first time since 2005, and Monaghan who were last there in 2018.

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Cork (bidding to reach the semi-final for the first time since 2012), and Derry (who reached last year’s semi-final) start Sunday’s programme (1.45pm). It will be followed at 4.00pm by Dublin (bidding to reach the semi-final for a 14th successive year) and Mayo (last in the semi-final two years ago).

REPEAT PAIRINGS IN HURLING SEMI-FINALS
The All-Ireland semi-finals will be a repeat of last year, with defending champions, Limerick taking on Galway in Croke Park on Saturday week, followed the next day by Kilkenny v Clare, also in Croke Park.

Galway booked their semi-final place with a two-point win over Tipperary in the quarter- final while Clare had eighteen points to spare over Dublin in the other quarter-final.

Limerick beat Galway by three points (0-27 to 1-21) in last year’s semi-final, having
beaten them by the same amount in the 2020 semi-final also. Kilkenny beat Clare by 2-26 to 0-20 in last year’s semi-final.

Limerick are bidding to reach the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final for a
fourth successive year and the fifth time in six seasons. Galway were last in the final in 2018, Kilkenny were in last year’s final, and Clare last reached the final in 2013.

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