GAA confirms fixture details for league finals

The venues and times for the Allianz League finals have been confirmed this afternoon by the GAA.

Derry will be looking for another upset against Kerry in the football decider, which stays at Croke Park. The NFLl Division One and Division Two finals will be played on Sunday April 26 at the venue, with 2pm and 4pm starts.

Divisions Three and Four will be decided in Longford the previous evening at 6.30pm and 4.30pm respectively.

The hurling final between Kilkenny and Tipperary will go ahead at Semple Stadium at 4pm on Sunday May 3, thereby avoiding any clash the Heineken Cup semi-final between Munster and Leinster at GAA HQ that weekend.

The Division Two decider will act as a curtain-raiser from 2pm in Thurles, while Mullingar will host the Division 3A and Division Four Finals on Saturday May 2, and London go to Parnell Park in Dublin for the Division 3B Final on the same day at 3.


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