The GAA has confirmed details for next weekend’s All-Ireland semi-finals involving Kerry, Mayo, Dublin and Tyrone.
Kerry sealed their spot as Group 1 winners yesterday with a 2-18 to 1-13 over a gallant Meath side in Páirc Tailteann, Navan. The race to join Kerry came down to a straight shoot-out in Castlebar between Mayo and Donegal with the home side coming out on the right side of a four-point win.
Dublin defeated Tyrone on a scoreline of 1-16 to 0-13 this afternoon in Healy Park meaning that the All-Ireland champions will face Mayo next Saturday evening in Croke Park at 5 pm.
Tyrone will now face Kerry in the other semi-final which takes place on Sunday at 3.30 pm, also in Croke Park.
The games will be televised live on both RTÉ and Sky Sports.
All-Ireland SFC Semi-Finals
Saturday, August 10
Group 2 winner v Mayo, 5 pm RTÉ/Sky Sports (ET if necessary)
Sunday, August 11
Kerry v Group 1 winner, 3.30 pm RTÉ/Sky Sports (ET if necessary)