Meath, Mayo, Wicklow and Roscommon have booked their place in the All-Ireland U21 B semi-finals following their quarter-final wins over the weekend.
Meath overcame Kerry in their quarter-final after a goal from Gavin McGown pushed his side ahead in the closing ten minutes. Wicklow also toppled 2014 All-Ireland champions Kildare after they hit a late goal from Padraig Doyle means Wicklow have their spot booked in Semple stadium on August 22nd. Continuing on their football rivalry, Mayo eased past Donegal in Donegal with a 8 point victory, while neighbours Roscommon received a Walk Over from northern side Armagh.
The results from these games mean Meath will play Mayo and Roscommon take on Wicklow in the semi-finals games fixed for Saturday, August 22nd with venues yet be decided.