The TG4 All-Ireland football semi-final between Cork and Meath has been moved to Croke Park following the postponement of the men's last-four clash between Tyrone and Kerry.

The game, originally down for Tuam, will now be played on Sunday after the U20 All-Ireland football final between Offaly and Roscommon with a throw-in time of 3.30pm.

The men's semi-final will now take place on 21 August, after a Covid breakout in the Tyrone squad, while the final has been pushed into September.

Cork reached last year's women's final where they were beaten by Dublin, while Meath have reached the semis after their shock win over Armagh the last day. The Royals won the Intermediate All-Ireland title last December at Croke Park.

The sides met last month in the championship with Cork winning by two points at Birr.

This is the second season in a row that the Rebels last four-game has been moved after Limerick senior hurling training, and then a frozen pitch at Parnell Park, saw them eventually play last year's semi on the Jones' Road venue.