The reigning All-Ireland TG4 All-Ireland senior champions Dublin will face Galway in the semi-finals on 25 August while 11-time All-Ireland winners Cork will take on Donegal in the other last-four tie.
Mick Bohan’s charges booked a spot in the semi-finals following a clinical victory against Kerry on Sunday. After leading by just three points at half-time, Dublin pushed through the gears in the second half with Niamh McEvoy, Sinéad Aherne and Hannah O’Neill all scoring goals throughout to secure their victory.
The clash with Galway will be a repeat of their Lidl NFL semi-final earlier this year where a late Nicole Owens goal sent Dublin through to the final.
🗓️ Saturday August 25:
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Galway secured their place in the All-Ireland semi-final after comfortably accounting for Mayo on Sunday, putting five goals past their Connacht rivals at Dr Hyde Park.
Meanwhile, Cork and Donegal will do battle for a place in the All-Ireland final on the same day.
Ephie Fitzgerald’s charges comfortably accounted for Westmeath to progress to the last four while Donegal edged out Armagh to clinch a spot in the senior semi-finals for the first time in their history.
TG4 All-Ireland senior semi-finals – Saturday 25 August
Cork v Donegal – 2.45
Dublin v Galway – 4.30
Venue – TBC