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(Group Two) Wexford v Galway, Wexford Park, Saturday July 11, 7pm


Wexford will be hoping home support from the All Ireland SHC qualifier between Wexford and Limerick will help them over the line in this top of the table encounter.

Both Galway and Wexford are strong contenders for the O’Duffy Cup this year and while the two teams should qualify for the semi-finals, the battle here is to see who will finish first and second.

Veronica Curtin is back to her best for the westerners, while the Purple and Gold will be looking to star forward Una Leacy.


Galway: S Earner; R Glynn, A Kelly, T Manton; A M Hayes, S Cahalan (Capt), L Ryan; N Kilkenny, S Tannion; B Hanney, T Maher, O Kilkenny; V Curtin, S Donoghue, A Connolly.


Wexford: M D’Arcy; B Holohan, D Codd, C O’Connor; – Codd, M Leacy, A O’Connor (Capt); C Murphy, M O’Leary; U Leacy, J Dwyer, K Kelly; U Jacob, R M Breen, M Hearne.


(Group One) Kilkenny v Cork, Nowlan Park, Saturday July 11, 3.30pm


Champions Cork can expect a tough game from Kilkenny following the Cats’ three-point win over Tipperary. Still, the Leesiders are firing on all cylinders again this year and will be hard opposition for any team. Rachel Moloney bagged 10 points in their win over Dublin.

For Kilkenny this is a big test. Home advantage should work in their favour and with Jacquie Frisby and Colette Dormer in good form they will give it their all. However, they will have to be at their very best to topple the titleholders.


Kilkenny: C Ryan; L Fennelly, C Doherty, J Frisby; L Lyng, A Butler, E Aylward; C Dormer, A Dalton (Capt); T Muldowney, K Power, A Dunphy; M Quilty, E Keane, A Neary.



Cork: A Murray; J O’Callaghan, R Buckley, C Foley; J Duffy, M O’Connor, S Hayes; O Cotter, B Corkery; E Dillon, G O’Connor, U O’Donoghue; S Burns, A O’Regan, R Moloney.




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