The Camogie Association today unveiled their 2023 Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Camogie Championship Finals with a Captains launch for their Premier Junior, Intermediate and Senior Finals in Croke Park.
The highly anticipated Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Camogie Championship Finals is taking place as a triple-header on Sunday, August 6th, the finals will showcase the pinnacle of camogie talent at the iconic Croke Park.
The finals will feature three exhilarating matches, where teams will compete for the prestigious Seaghan O’Duffy Cup (Senior), Jack McGrath Cup (Intermediate), and Kathleen Mills Cup (Premier Junior). This year’s edition promises to be an unforgettable showdown between six counties, as they strive to etch their names in history by capturing the coveted All-Ireland title.
In the Senior Final, Cork secured their place after a exhilarating semi-final against Galway in front of a record semi-finals attendance in UPMC Nowlan Park, whilst Waterford saw off Tipperary by the narrowest of margins of just one point.
The Senior Final will see both teams hungry for victory. Cork determined to reclaim the silverware following their triumphant 2018 campaign against Kilkenny. Meanwhile, Waterford will be looking to bridge the 78 year gap to reach their first All-Ireland Senior final since 1945, much to the delight of their supporters and will leave no stone unturned in their pursuit of glory.
Meath will take on a spirited Derry side in the Intermediate Final, promising a thrilling encounter that is sure to captivate fans. Both teams will showcase their immense talent and determination as they vie for victory and the chance to lift the esteemed Jack McGrath Cup.
Tipperary v Clare in the Premier Junior finals will make up two of the four Munster representative teams for this year’s All-Ireland Championships.
Speaking at today’s launch, Uachtarán/President of the Camogie Association, Hilda Breslin, said;
“Each county has embarked on an extraordinary journey to reach this stage. May these games truly reflect the countless hours of training and unwavering commitment they have dedicated throughout the year. The Finals is not just a day for the players and their management teams; it is a day of celebration for their families, clubs, underage mentors, and schools. These invaluable supporters have nurtured and cultivated the passion, skill, and enthusiasm for the game, which we will witness in full force in Croke Park on 6th August. We invite all camogie enthusiasts, sports fans and women’s sporting champions alike to join us in witnessing the crowning of champions at the 2023 Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Camogie Finals.”
Yvonne Burke CFO from Glen Dimplex Group said, “We are immensely honoured to be partnering with the Camogie Association on sponsorship of the Camogie Championships again. Glen Dimplex is a family owned, Irish headquartered international group, with company locations and partnerships in communities in Ireland and international markets, focused on empowering the everyday lives of our customers. This is an exciting next step in our journey to connect with our communities and inspire and empower high performing teams in our business and on the pitch.”
For more information about the championship, including fixtures and ticket details, please visit our website camogie.ie
Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Camogie Championship Finals – Croke Park – 6th August.
12.50pm Premier Junior Clare v Tipperary
2.45pm Intermediate Derry v Meath
5.00pm Senior Cork v Waterford
Tickets available here