There is an alteration to the start times as well with the Gala All Ireland junior final between Offaly and
The previous two years TG4 showed the junior final and the U21 hurling final. However, this year, RT+ will broadcast both camogie games live during a four-hour long programme.
Camogie Association President Joan O’Flynn said, “”I am looking forward to two great games of camogie. We are hoping for a big attendance on the day.
“”We are also delighted that both camogie games will be covered live during a four hour programme by our national broadcaster RT+. This year it will be a great family day out particularly for Kilkenny supporters with their teams featuring in the senior camogie final and the U-21 hurling final.””
The Rossies who contested last year’s final and have yet to taste All Ireland glory, had a disappointing start the last day however a fair reflection of their ability to turn matches around was displayed in two second half goals from Claire Curley.
Elsewhere, Mayo, Donegal, Louth, Cavan, Wicklow and Monaghan will play for the Mßire NÝ ChinnÚide Cup in a one day blitz at the Monaghan Harps GAA grounds on Saturday.