Due to the re-scheduling of the GAA’s All-Ireland Football Championship Semi-Final between Tyrone and Kerry, the Camogie Association can confirm that the Camogie All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Finals will now take place in Croke Park Stadium on Sunday, August 29th.
This marks an historic occasion, as the first time that Croke Park Stadium has hosted the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship Semi-Finals.
“We are looking forward to this weekend’s All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Finals in Páirc Uí Chaoimh and wish Kilkenny, Wexford, Tipperary and Waterford the very best of luck. These exciting pairings will positively showcase our game, in a fantastic setting” said Sinead McNulty, CEO of the Camogie Association.
Cork and Galway have already advanced to the Semi-Final stages as Group winners and will find out who will join them in Croke Park as the draw for the Semi-Final stages takes place live on RTÉ2 after the conclusion of Saturday’s Quarter-Final fixtures.
Full fixture and ticket information will be available on www.camogie.ie once the draw is complete.