Armagh’s All-Ireland semi-final clash with the reigning champions Dublin has been moved to Kingspan Breffni Park, Cavan.
The game was strangely fixed for Semple Stadium in Thurles originally, however the LGFA have confirmed the move this evening.
The Ladies reached the last four of the competition after seeing off Mayo 4-12 to 1-16 to book their first semi-final spot in five seasons.
Aimee Mackin’s 2-7 fired Armagh into control of the contest while Kelly Mallon and Catherine Marley also slotted home goals.
Several of the side performed heroically and will once again hope to hit top form if Armagh are to continue in the competition.
Ronan Murphy’s side are the only team not plying their trade in Division One still remaining in the hunt for All-Ireland glory.
Armagh’s tie with the Dubs takes place next weekend on Saturday 28th of November with a throw in time of 4.30pm
Orchard County followers will be delighted to hear that their team will once again get the opportunity to showcase their talents live on TG4.
The other semi-final features two heavyweights of the Senior Championship, with both vying for a place in the decider.
Cork take on Galway, with Armagh Harps star Sinead Burke lining out for the Westerners, that game takes place on Sunday 6th of December.