The GAA have confirmed the throw-in times and dates for the All Ireland hurling semi-finals which take place in three weeks time.
Limerick will be first up at Croke Park as their semi-final throws in at 6 pm on Saturday 27 July at Croke Park. The Treaty County won their first Munster senior hurling title since 2013 when they recorded an emphatic victory over Tipperary on Sunday in the Gaelic Grounds.
Wexford also made history by winning their first Leinster title since 2004 as they ended a long 15-year wait with a dramatic win over rivals Kilkenny in Croke Park on Sunday.
Their reward is a return to Croke Park on Sunday 28 July for an All Ireland semi-final with a throw-in time of 3.30 pm.
Both counties will be keen spectators over the next few weeks as they wait to find out who will be their opponents.
The All Ireland preliminary quarter-finals take place this weekend as Westmeath take on Cork and Laois host Dublin.
The following weekend, a doubleheader will take place at Croke Park on Sunday, 14 July where Kilkenny will play the winners of Westmeath/Cork and Tipperary will take on the winners of Laois/Dublin.
All-Ireland hurling championship semi-finals:
Saturday, 27 July:
Limerick v Quarter-Final Winner, 6 pm
Sunday, 28 July:
Wexford v Quarter-Final Winner, 3.30pm.