AIB All-Ireland Junior Camogie Club Semi-final
Clanmaurice v Four Roads, Sunday, November 9th, McDonagh Park, Nenagh, 2.00pm
Four Roads are experienced campaigners at this level, having won the competition already. For Clanmaurice, it's been an exciting road travelled so far with planes, trains, and vans required to get them to this juncture in their short history.
After securing County and Munster titles, a last minute winner in Ruislip against Tara, they stand on the verge of history with just 60 minutes of game time to a place in the final. Four Roads will also want to play a part in history, looking for a second title, so it promises to be a cracker in Nenagh. Throw in is 2pm with extra time if required.
The winners face Lacken of Cavan or Kilmessan of Meath who play in Kinnegad at 2.00pm. Another tough game to call between two sides who will be anxious to book a spot in the final on November 23rd. The form book would suggest that Kilmessan are the more experienced of the two outfits but form counts for little. A thriller is in store, with Kilmessan to perhaps shade it but only just.