We take a look at this weekend’s fixtures in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Championship.
Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Championship
Saturday July 2nd
Waterford v Wexford
Referee: Owen Elliott
Waterford will be looking for their first win this weekend after losing out to Limerick last weekend. They will be hoping to perform well against Wexford who have won one of their first two games.
Losing out to Offaly at the weekend in a rematch of the Leinster Final, Wexford will be looking to find their form again and secure a win against Waterford.
Cork v Offaly
Referee: Ray Kelly
Cork having won their first two matches will be looking to secure a third victory on Saturday against Offaly. Performing well and producing high scores in their games, Cork will be full of confidence going into this game.
Beating Wexford last weekend after losing out to them in the Leinster Final a number of weeks back will have boosted Offaly’s confidence and they will be going into this game with a spring in their step hoping to cause a shock against current All-Ireland Champions Cork.
Clare v Limerick
Cusack Park, Ennis
Referee: John McDonagh
Clare are searching for their first win of this year’s Championship campaign where they will be hoping to secure victory over Limerick this weekend on home soil.
Limerick secured their first victory over Waterford last weekend and they will be hoping to continue their winning ways against Clare in Cusack Park on Saturday.
Dublin v Galway
Referee: Eamon Cassidy
Dublin play their second game this weekend after losing out to Kilkenny last weekend. A tough task will be ahead of them against Galway where they will be hoping to secure their first victory.
Galway will be looking for their second win from two games this weekend after having a break in Round 2. They secured victory over Tipperary by three points in Round 1 of the Championship.
Tipperary v Kilkenny
Referee: John Dolan
Tipperary secured a good victory over Derry last week in a high scoring game. They will have a tough task ahead of them against the National League Champions but they will certainly fancy their chances going into this game.
National League Champions Kilkenny are seeking their third victory this weekend against an up-and-coming Tipperary side. So far this year they have played well and scored high so they will be full of confidence going into this game too.
Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Championship
Antrim v Wexford
Glenravel GAC, Antrim
Referee: Julie O’Neill
The Ulster Champions are in search of their first victory this weekend after losing out to Laois last weekend in their opening game of this year’s Championship.
Wexford too are looking for a victory this weekend after they lost out to Tipperary in their opening round match by two goals.
Kilkenny v Tipperary
Referee: Aiden O’Brien
Kilkenny have their first match of the Championship this weekend and they will be hoping to start as they mean to go on and secure a victory over Tipperary.
Tipperary saw off Wexford in their opening round match last weekend and they will be hoping they can continue their winning ways this weekend against Kilkenny.
Cork v Kildare
Referee: Fintan McNamara
Corks first game of the Championship will be a tough one against this strong Kildare side, however, they will be up for the challenge ahead of them on Saturday.
Kildare got off to a good start last weekend, defeating National League finalists Galway in their opening game. They will be looking for two wins from two this weekend.
Meath v Galway
Referee: Andrew Larkin
After an outstanding display in Croke Park last weekend, Meath will be going into this game full of confidence and they will be hoping that they can see off Galway once again.
Galway will be hoping to get revenge on Meath after this year’s National League Final. After losing out to Kildare last weekend they will be hoping to get their first victory on Saturday.
Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Premier Junior Championship
Roscommon v Carlow
Padraig Pearses, Woodmount
Referee: John Dermody
Roscommon suffered defeat last weekend to Westmeath. They will be looking to pick themselves back up and perform well against Carlow.
Carlow comfortably secured victory in their home grounds last week over Limerick and they will be looking for another win this weekend against Roscommon.
Armagh v Westmeath
Keady GAA, Armagh
Referee: Paul Ryan
Armagh had a break last weekend, but secured victory in their opening match against Dublin. They will be hoping to do the same this weekend, at home to Westmeath.
Westmeath are looking for their second win this weekend after seeing off Roscommon in Round 2 of this year’s Championship.
Dublin v Limerick
Parnells GAA, Coolock
Referee: Alan Doheny
Dublin narrowly lost out to Kerry last weekend by a single point. They will be looking to bounce back from that defeat against Limerick at home in Parnells GAA this weekend.
Limerick are looking for their first win this weekend after losing out to Carlow in their first game of the Championship last weekend.