We take a look at this weekend’s fixtures in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Championship.
Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Championship
Saturday July 16th
Clare v Wexford
Corofin GAA, Clare
Referee: Cathal Egan
After a disappointing campaign and losing out to Waterford last weekend, Clare will be hoping they can get a win in their final game of this year’s Championship. A tough task will be ahead of them against Wexford.
After defeating All-Ireland champions Cork last week, Wexford will have a spring in their step going into this weekend’s game and will be looking to get another win to progress to the knockout stages.
Cork v Limerick
Referee: Ray Kelly
After losing their winning streak last weekend, Cork will be looking to pick themselves back up to secure a win to ensure they book their spot in this year’s All-Ireland Semi-Final.
Limerick suffered defeat to Offaly last weekend and they will be hoping to beat the current champions and try to move up the table and earn a spot in the Quarter-Finals this year.
Offaly v Waterford
St. Brendan’s Park, Birr
Referee: John Dolan
After a good Championship campaign so far only losing one of their matches, Offaly will be looking to secure victory in their final round robin match and book a spot in this year’s knockout stages.
Having won only one of their games this year Waterford will be hoping they can get another victory under their belts after their first year in the Senior Championship.
Dublin v Derry
O’Toole Park, Crumlin
Referee: Peter Dowd
After drawing with Tipperary last weekend, Dublin will need a big performance against Derry if they want to progress any further this year. A tough task will be ahead of them with a huge score different between themselves and Tipperary.
Derry have had a disappointing campaign this year and they will be looking to pick up three points in their final game of the year against Dublin.
Kilkenny v Galway
St. Lachtain’s GAA, Freshford
Referee: Owen Elliott
Both these teams are battling for top spot in Group 2. Kilkenny will be looking for a big performance against Galway to ensure they stay top of the table.
Galway too will need to perform well against the National League champions and they will need to score high in order to go ahead of Kilkenny to secure that Semi-Final spot.