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PREVIEWS: All-Ireland Camogie Championships, August 21st & 22nd

Thu 19th Aug

Sarah Stanley


As we head into the Quarter-Finals of the All-Ireland Championships, we take a closer look at the fixtures taking place this weekend.

By Nick Skelly.


Saturday 21st August

All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Finals

Kilkenny v Wexford, Páirc Uí Chaoimh, 5pm

After both teams picking up two wins from three in the group stages, the pressure will be ramped up to see who comes out on top in the first Quarter-Final. With Wexford scoring seven goals in the group stages, it will be interesting to see how the mighty defence of Kilkenny nullifies their attack. The game throws in at 5pm and can be seen live on RTE Two. Tickets available on Ticketmaster here:

Tipperary v Waterford, Páirc Uí Chaoimh, 6.45pm

The second Quarter-Final sees Tipperary face Waterford. It has been an impressive campaign to date for the two sides as they meet to determine who plays in the All-Ireland semi-final next weekend. Both sides have combined for 14 goals so far this campaign so do not expect a dull affair here. The game throws in at 6.45pm and can be seen live on RTE Two. Tickets are available on Ticketmaster here:


All-Ireland Intermediate Championship, Quarter-Final

Antrim v Kerry, Saint Rynaghs Hurling Club, 3pm

The Quarter-Finals kick off with Antrim going head-to-head with Kerry in an intriguing matchup. The Kingdom have a 100 percent record in the Championship this year, but they will have their work cut out to keep an Antrim side quiet after they scored seven goals in their three games so far. There will be an open draw between the two Quarter-Final winners and Kilkenny and Galway to determine pairings for the semi-finals.


All-Ireland Premier Junior Championship, Quarter-Final

Limerick v Armagh, Coralstown Kinnegad GAA CLUB, 3pm

Limerick come into the knockout stages in great form after winning both of their group games so far in the championship. They face an Armagh team who had a good win against Waterford in their first game but narrowly lost out to Wexford last time out. This could be another exciting encounter as there has been 75 points scored between the two sides in the group stages.


Sunday 22nd August

All-Ireland Intermediate Championship, Quarter-Final

Derry v Meath, Inniskeen Grattans GAA Club, 1pm

The Quarter-Finals continue with Derry, who have three wins from three, taking on a Meath side who have enjoyed a very solid campaign so far having won two of their three games. Both teams have been hungry for scores en route to the Quarter-Final, with Derry tallying 65 points, while Meath have scored one more with 66.


All-Ireland Premier Junior Championship, Quarter-Final

Cavan v Roscommon, 2pm

Both teams enter this weekend’s Quarter-Final action with a win and a loss so far in the championship. Cavan were defeated by Limerick in their first game but bounced back with an impressive win over Down, while Roscommon had a massive win over Kildare but narrowly lost out to Clare in their second game.

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