The contenders in the GAA hurling All-Ireland senior championship is down to six teams.
They are National League kings, Kilkenny, Limerick, Wexford and Clare who will go into battle this weekend in a bid to join All-Ireland champions, Galway and Munster champions, Cork in the semi-finals.
At the offical launch of the All-Ireland series today, the GAA confirmed the dates for the remaming games in the championship.
Quarter-final on July 14 - Clare v Wexford, 3pm Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Quarter-final on July 15 - Kilkenny v Limerick, 2pm Semple Stadium.
Semi-final on Julyh 28 - semi-final 1, Croke Park; July 29 - semi-final 2, Croke Park.
All-Ireland hurling final August 19 in Croke Park.
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