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Dublin, Clare and Kilkenny get home advantage for league quarter-finals

Updated: Monday, 21 Mar 2016 16:25 | Comments

Both Kilkenny and Dublin will play their league quarter-finals on home soil
Both Kilkenny and Dublin will play their league quarter-finals on home soil

Luck smiled on Kilkenny, Clare and Dublin as they earned home advantage for their Allianz Hurling League quarter-finals after a coin toss on Monday morning.

After Sunday's final round of games, Kilkenny will host Offaly, Tipperary travel to Clare, while Dublin will play out a repeat of last year's quarter-final against Limerick in the capital.

Wexford avoided the coin toss because they only played two of their games on their own patch, with their opponents Waterford togging out at home on three occasions. The Model County therefore have been given the home draw. 

Galway will be at home for the Division 1A relegation showdown with Cork.

Allianz Hurling League Division 1 quarter-finals

Dublin v Limerick, Parnell Park, Saturday 2 April, 7pm
Kilkenny v Offaly, Nowlan Park,Sunday 3 April, 3.45pm
Wexford v Waterford, Wexford Park, Sunday 3 April, 3.30pm
Clare v Tipperary, Cusack Park, Sunday 3 April, 3.45pm

Division 1A relegation play-off
Galway v Cork, Pearse Stadium, Sunday 3 April, 3.45pm

Division 1B relegation play-off
Kerry v Laois, Tralee, Saturday 2 April, 5pm

Division 2A promotion play-off
Carlow v Westmeath, O'Connor Park, Tullamore, 26 March, 4pm

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