The remaining two semi-finalists will be decided today in this year’s All-Ireland football championship. Croke Park plays host to another quarter-final double-header this evening with a coveted place in the last four up for grabs. First-up will be the all-Ulster meeting of Donegal and Armagh at 4 o’clock. Donegal will start the game as favourites after regaining their Ulster title from Monaghan this summer but Armagh have managed to build some crucial momentum through the qualifiers and will be high on confidence after their impressive performance against Meath last time out. Former Donegal star Brendan Devenney has praised the work ethic that has been shown by the Armagh players to adapt to a new style of play [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/26543/medium/”] The second game of the evening at Croke Park will be the meeting of All Ireland champions Dublin against Monaghan. The Dubs start the day as overwhelming favourites after powering their way to yet another Leinster title. But Monaghan ended their 80-year run without a win at Croke Park last weekend following their extra-time victory over Kildare and Malachy O’Rourke has named an unchanged side for today’s match. Dublin boss Jim Gavin knows that his side will have to be at their clinical best [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/26544/medium/”] Throw-in at Croke Park this evening is at 6. In the TG4 Ladies All Ireland Senior Football Championship there’s three games down for decision. First-up will be the meeting of Mayo and Westmeath at Pearse Park from quarter-past two. Cavan go up against Laois from 3:45. Monaghan face Tyrone in the other game Pearse Park, which gets underway at 4. Ballydonoghue are home to Castleisland at 2 in Division 1 of the North Kerry Minor Football League. 3 games go ahead this evening in the County Senior Football League. Division 1 has Finuge home to Rahilly’s while in Division 4 Na Gaeil face Beaufort and Ballylongford take on Churchill. There’s a quarter-final double header today at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick for the Liberty Insurance Senior Camogie Championship. Cork will clash with Offaly in the opening game at 2 and Clare will take-on Galway from 4.
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