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All-Ireland Camogie round-up: Cork and Tipp seal semi-final spots

Glen Dimplex All-Ireland senior camogie champions Cork appear to be hitting form at the right time on the evidence of a stunning 2-16 to 1-07 victory over previously unbeaten Galway at SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

The win means Ger Manley's side earn top spot in Group 2 and advance to the semi-final at UPMC Nowlan Park on 27 July with a 100% record.

It was a similar story for league victors Tipperary, who finished Group 1 with five successes from five attempts by virtue of inflicting a first defeat of the campaign on Kilkenny in a far more competitive affair at The Ragg that finished 1-15 to 0-15.

With last year’s runners-up Waterford and Dublin securing the final qualifying positions thanks to easy wins against Derry (3-15 to 0-06) and Down (4-19 to 0-06) respectively, it means that next weekend’s quarter-final pairings are now known.

The games, taking place as double-headers with the All-Ireland hurling semi-finals at Croke Park, will involve the Dubs crossing swords with Kilkenny at 12.30pm on Saturday, while the Galway and Waterford will clash in a mouth-watering contest at 1.30pm on Sunday.

Limerick survived a furious fightback by Antrim to retain their senior status by virtue of a 2-17 to 3-12 scoreline at Mick Neville Park in Rathkeale. As bottom team in Group 1, Antrim will be playing intermediate camogie next year along with Group 2 basement side, Down.

It was cagey enough in the first half on the banks of the Lee. A couple of points from rampaging half-back Laura Hayes gave the hosts Cork the edge over Galway and a 23rd-minute goal from Katrina Mackey really sent the Rebels on their way.

Participating in her 16th senior championship, the Douglas dynamo showed foot skills worthy of the European Championships by clipping