Waterford and Cork both have a great opportunity to return to hurling’s showpiece event.
They’ll meet in the All-Ireland SHC semi-final, two months after Cork enjoyed a five point win over their neighbours in the Munster Championship.
That game takes place on August 13th.
The two favourites for this year’s All-Ireland hurling title will meet in the semi-final stage.
Leinster champions Galway have been drawn against reigning All-Ireland champions Tipperary, with the game scheduled for Croke Park on August 6th.
Galway have enjoyed a brilliant 2017 as they also claimed the league title, while Tipp have so far failed to hit the heights of last year.