Donegal’s All-Ireland senior ladies championship semi-final against Cork will take place in Roscommon.
The game against Cork has been fixed for Dr Hyde Park at 2.45pm on Saturday week, and will form part of a triple-header at the venue.
The second semi-final between defending champions Dublin and Connacht champions Galway will get underway from 4.30pm.
The first game on the day will be the second of the All-Ireland intermediate semi-finals, with Connacht champions Roscommon hosting Meath from 1pm.
That game will be refereed by Sligo’s Gus Chapman.
The winner of that game will play either Sligo or Tyrone in the All-Ireland final.
The Yeats girls clash with the Red Hand County in Ballyshannon’s Fr Tierney Park this Saturday from 4pm in the first of the semi-finals.