Kilkenny, Dublin and Clare all awarded home advantage for hurling league quarter-finals

Wexford also secured home advantage due to the fewer numbers of home games they've played previous

Kilkenny, Dublin and Clare all awarded home advantage for hurling league quarter-finals

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Kilkenny, Clare and Dublin have all been awarded home advantage for this year’s Allianz Division 1 hurling league quarter-finals.

A coin-toss was used to decide the venue of three of the four Allianz Hurling League Division 1 quarter-finals, while the remaining fixture will see Wexford host Waterford.

Nowlan Park is likely to be the venue for Kilkenny v Offaly, while Tipperary will travel to Ennis to face Clare.
 
Dublin and Limerick is also likely to take place at Parnell Park, while the Division 1A hurling league relegation decider between Cork and Galway will take place at the home of the Tribesmen.
 
Wexford will have home comforts because they only had two home games whereas Waterford had three in their divisional programmes. 
 
The coin-toss system was used because each of the teams involved had played an equal number of home games.
 
The fixtures have been arranged as such:
 
Division 1 quarter-finals
 
April 2-3

A) Kilkenny v Offaly 
B) Waterford v Wexford 
C) Dublin v Limerick 
D) Clare v Tipperary 

Division 1A relegation final

Galway v Cork