Wexford v Kilkenny, Wexford Park, 1.30pm, Eamonn Browne, Tipperary
Kilkenny lost out to Wexford in the league final by a point in April and while their place in this year’s All Ireland Senior camogie semi-final is assured, they will be determined to put one over on their Leinster counterparts. Wexford will be keen to secure a win as they have already recorded losses to camogie superpowers, Cork and Galway. Home advantage should see them prevail.
Cork v Clare, Pairc Ui Chaoimh, 2.00pm, Eadhmonn Mac Suibhne, Dublin
Cork showed their mettle last weekend coming from behind to record a vital win and a place in the semi-finals. For Clare, defeat to Kilkenny ended their semi-final aspirations. Cork, at home should run out winners against a young Clare side who have showed tremendous progression this season.
Tipperary v Dublin, The Ragg, 2.00pm, Fintan McNamara, Clare
With both sides out of contention for a place in semi-finals this fixture is merely academic. Dublin have endured a torrid season and have yet to record a win. Tipperary, as a team in transition will be disappointed with this year’s campaign but should have enough to beat the Dubs.