There’s a double-header happening this weekend in the Allianz Hurling League semi-finals.
Kilkenny’s Nowlan Park will host the two semi-finals this Sunday which sees All-Ireland champions, Limerick, take on a resurgent Dublin side at 1.30pm.
Following this is the meeting of Galway and Waterford who take to the field at 3.30pm.
It was announced today by TG4 Sport that they will be showing live coverage of both games on their weekly GAA BEO show with deferred coverage of Tyrone v Galway in the Allianz Football League following it.
It was also announced today that tickets for the hurling double-header will cost €20 while juveniles can get into Nowlan park for as little as €5. Great value for two high-quality encounters.
Galway booked their place in the final four with a win over Wexford last weekend. Despite conceding three goals, a 0-15 haul from Joe Canning helped them to victory.
Dublin shocked the nation by overcoming Tipperary in their quarter-final tie down in Semple Stadium.
Limerick had a comfortable win over Laois to set-up their clash with Dublin while Waterford overcame Clare to book a semi-final date with the 2017 All-Ireland champions.
For further details on how to buy tickets for the semi-finals, visit GAA.ie.