AIB Munster Senior Camogie Club Final
Milford v Granagh/Ballingarry, Charleville, 2.30pm
This Saturday (November 8th) at 2.30pm in Charleville sees a repeat of last year's final between Milford and Granagh/Ballingarry.
Milford backboned by their goalkeeper and Captain Rebecca Finn, will want to continue the trend of winning and making it three-in a row. Granagh/Ballingarry have learned a lot from a further 12 months on the road, with a number of the girls tasting success with Limerick.
Vera Sheehan and Sarah Carey will need to dominate their positions if they are to stop the Milford juggernaut from taking control with the ruthless streak they showed in the semi final against Kilmaley. Burgess gave Granagh/Ballingarry a fright in their semi-final,
leaking two goals to keep the Tipp club in it until the end but Granagh dug deep and pulled through courtesy of an Aoife Sheehan sideline cut, worth two points
It promises to be a cracker between these two again on Saturday and neither will be found wanting but Milford may come out on top, but only just.
AIB Munster Intermediate Camogie Club Final
Lismore v Sarsfields, Fermoy, 1.30pm
Fermoy at 1.30pm is the venue for the AIB Munster Intermediate Camogie Club final decider on Saturday, November 8th, with Lismore looking to retain their title at this level having come through their semi final with a hard fought win over Borrisoleigh.
Sarsfields having won their Cork County title comprehensively, now find themselves in new territory benefiting from a bye to the final. Lismore will look to their inspirational captain Shona Curran to guide them over this tricky tie, as Sars will make life difficult for any team. A great battle is in store in East Cork this weekend, the Deise girls will go in as favourites, but anything is possible in a final.
*Pictured Shona Curran (left) ahead of the AIB Intermediate All-Ireland Club final in Croke Park in March.