Croke Park will host all three Football quarter-finals over the August Bank Holiday weekend, as well as the fourth round qualifier between Roscommon and Tyrone.
Tyrone will take on beaten Connacht finalists Roscommon at 4 o’clock on Saturday in the sole remaining delayed fourth round qualifier, which will determine the identity of the last quarter-finalist, who will then face Leinster champions Dublin at Croke Park on Saturday week, August 6, at 7pm.
That will be the curtain raiser at 4pm, with Ulster champions Donegal and a highly rated Kildare side locking horns at 6pm.
Three Munster teams will see action at GAA headquarters next Sunday as Kerry meet Limerick, before Connacht winners Mayo face the reigning All-Ireland champions Cork.
Saturday 30 July:
Fourth Round Qualifier: Roscommon v Tyrone, 4pm
Quarter Finals: Donegal v Kildare, 6pm (live RTÉ Two)
Sunday July 31:
Kerry v Limerick, 2pm (live RTÉ Two)
Cork v Mayo, 4pm (live TV3)
Sportsnewsireland.com will have live score updates on all GAA Championship matches over the summer.