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Camogie Senior Championship: All you need to know


Scores/reports on RTÉ Sport Online and RTÉ News app.


Cork v Galway is live on the Camogie Association YouTube page.


Score updates on RTÉ Radio 1's Saturday Sport, and RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta's Spórt an tSathairn.

Saturday: A damp, locally wet start with overnight rain and drizzle gradually clearing away southeastwards. Sunny spells will develop across the northern half of the country. Highs of 15 to 19 degrees in mostly moderate northwest breezes.



Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship

Limerick v Antrim, Mick Neville Park Rathkeale (all games 4pm)

It has been a campaign to forget for both teams, neither of which has managed a point from four outings. Limerick got closest, leading by two points mid-way through the second half against Derry at Owenbeg three weeks ago before conceding the last eight points.

The Shannonsiders are bottom of the table with a 14-point inferior score difference to Antrim however, so a draw would secure the Saffrons' senior status next year. Whoever finishes bottom will be relegated.

Tipperary v Kilkenny, The Ragg

A mouth-watering prospect is in store at the Ragg where these two neighbours renew rivalries. It seems as if losing last year’s All-Ireland semi-final to Waterford has jolted Tipperary into a new level of performance. They ended a two-decade national trophy famine by winning the league and are four from four in the group phase of the championship, having gotten a modicum of revenge on the Déise in the opener.

Kilkenny were thought to be in transition, with Denise Gaule and Claire Phelan no longer in the trenches and a new manager in Peter Cleere. A draw with Waterford means they must win this to grab top spot and a