Dublin will take on Galway in the last four of the Walsh Cup next Sunday while Wexford will be up against Kilkenny.
Leinster GAA has revealed the fixture details for the penultimate stage of the subsidiary competition and Mattie Kenny’s charges will have home advantage against the Tribesmen.
Davy Fitzgerald and the Model County will be at home against the Cats and both games will throw-in at 2pm.
Meanwhile, following Westmeath’s victory over Kildare today, they will play host to Longford in the O’Byrne Cup semi-final at 2pm next Saturday.
A venue is to be confirmed.
Later that evening, Dublin will go head-to-head with Meath at Parnell Park (7pm) in the second semi-final.
So the Semi-Final Line Up for the @BordnaMona Walsh Cup was finalised today. @KilkennyCLG will make the trip to @OfficialWexGAA while @DubGAAOfficial will play host to @Galway_GAA— Leinster GAA (@gaaleinster) January 6, 2019
Both games are set for next Sunday 13th January at 2.00pm!#BnMLeinsterSeries pic.twitter.com/A2BLU2MvBE
We also learned the line up for the @BordnaMona O'Byrne Cup Semi-Final's today@DubGAAOfficial host old rivals @MeathGAA on Saturday Night while @westmeath_gaa will welcome the visit of @OfficialLDGAA earlier that afternoon (Westmeath venue TBC)#BnMLeinsterSeries pic.twitter.com/KXvliaiC6C— Leinster GAA (@gaaleinster) January 6, 2019