Croke Park to host Dublin v Mayo double-header

Women’s semi-final will act as a curtain raiser to men’s game on Saturday week

Mayo and Dublin will meet in the women’s All-Ireland semi-final at Croke Park on Saturday, August 14th as a curtain raiser to the men’s semi-final between the two sides. Photograph: Evan Logan/Inpho

Mayo and Dublin will meet in the women’s All-Ireland semi-final at Croke Park on Saturday, August 14th as a curtain raiser to the men’s semi-final between the two sides. Photograph: Evan Logan/Inpho

 

Croke Park will host a Dublin v Mayo double-header on Saturday week after the GAA confirmed that the women’s semi-final between the two counties will act as a curtain raiser ahead of the men’s semi-final.

The women’s game will throw in at 3.45pm, with the men’s semi-final set for a 6pm start.

The GAA also confirmed that the the All-Ireland under-20 hurling decider between Cork and Galway will now be played on Tuesday, August 17th at Semple Stadium, with a throw-in of 7.30pm.

Originally set to be played on Saturday, it was moved after the Cork panel were all deemed as close contacts of a Covid-19 case.

The All-Ireland under-20 football final between Offaly and either Roscommon or Down will be played on Sunday, August 15th at 1pm ahead of the second All-Ireland senior semi-final between Kerry and Tyrone.

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