After comprehensively defeating Laois by 20 points, Wexford will now look ahead to a mouth-watering tie against neighbours Kilkenny…
On that same Saturday (July 3rd), the Limerick and Cork Munster (7:00) semi-final will also take place.
All three games will be broadcasted exclusively live on Sky Sports.
The games have been listed on GAAGo’s platform, but they will only be available to those living outside of the Republic of Ireland and outside of Northern Ireland. Neither RTE nor TG4 will be broadcasting the games, so the only way to watch the games is via SkySports.
Viewers without SkySports in their household can watch all three games live by purchasing a NOWTV day package. This will allow the viewer to watch all the hurling action on Sky Sports Arena for a tenner.
The NowTV day package costs €10 euro and this is a once-off payment. Considering GAA fans will be able to watch all three games with this package, it’s not too bad after all.