All Ireland GAA quarter finals
Monaghan GAA, Tyrone GAA, Cork GAA, Dublin GAA, will all play next Saturday at Croke Park in the 2013 All Ireland GAA quarter finals, with another double header on Sunday gets underway with Munster champions Kerry taking on Cavan before last year’s All-Ireland finalists Mayo and Donegal clash in the tie of the weekend. We have recommended accommodation near Croke Park if you are up for the game and what to be within walking distance of the game.
Recommended Accommodation Close to Croke Park:
Tyrone v Monaghan
GAA All Ireland qualifiers will see an Ulster teams clash between provincial champions Monaghan and Tyrone will get next weekend’s quarter-final double-headers underway at Croke Park at 5pm on Saturday.
For the cheapest and best pint near Croke Park, Ned Keenan’s Pub.
Winning streak: Monaghan beat All-Ireland champions in Clones to win the Anglo Celt Cup, but they will have to break a losing streak that stretches back to 1988 against Tyrone in they want to continue their fine summer .
Cork v Dublin
Galway’s defeat by Cork, means Cork’s reward will be a meeting with Dublin in the second match next Saturday at Croke Park, with the game set for a 7.0pm throw-in.
Kerry v Cavan
Next Sunday’s double bill gets underway with Munster champions Kerry taking on Cavan before last year’s All-Ireland finalists Mayo and Donegal clash in the tie of the weekend.
All Ireland semi-final 2013
It is possible there could also be an all-Ulster semi-final with the winners of the Mayo v Donegal game taking on the winners of the Tyrone v Monaghan game at Croke Park on Sunday August 25th.
The following week the winners of the Dublin v Cork game will take on either Kerry or Cavan.
All Ireland quarter final fixtures 2013
All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals
Saturday August 3rd
Monaghan v Tyrone, Croke Park, 5.0
Dublin v Cork, 7.0, Croke Park
Sunday August 4th
Kerry v Cavan, Croke Park, 2.0
Mayo v Donegal, Croke Park, 4.0
All-Ireland SFC semi-finals
Sunday August 25th
Monaghan/Tyrone v Mayo/Donegal, Croke Park
Sunday September 1st
Dublin/Cork v Kerry/Cavan, Croke Park