This year’s All-Ireland senior hurling championship semi-final between Kilkenny and Clare has been confirmed as another evening affair.
Originally proposed for a 6pm throw-in time, the meeting between this year’s Leinster champions and Munster runners-up is heading to Croke Park on Saturday 2 July with a 5.30pm throw-in.
TV-wise, you’ll find pictures on Sky Sports Arena and RTÉ but we’ll have you covered as we do best with full commentary and analysis on air, online and in the KCLR app with build-up from 5pm on the day.
Following their one point win over Cork on Saturday, Galway will face Limerick in this year’s other semi-final. That game goes ahead in Croke Park on Sunday 3 July with a 3.30pm throw-in.
All-Ireland semi-final tickets
Tickets for this year’s All-Ireland senior hurling championship semi-finals go on sale at 12pm Monday 20 June.
Adult tickets are priced €50, terrace tickets (Hill 16) are €35 with OAP tickets priced at €45. Juveniles/U16s are €10 with juvenile and OAP tickets only available for the Davin and Cusack stands.
Tickets may include additional booking/handling fees online. Get yours here.