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Big Games ahead for Ulster Camogie



Camogie will be to the fore in Ulster in June, with the staging of four high profile Championship finals at Provincial Grounds.







The Morgan Athletic Grounds and Kingspan Breffni Park will play host to the Senior, Intermediate, Junior and Minor finals in the coming weeks, with a triple header of finals set to take place in Armagh on June 25th.







The newly reopened Morgan Athletic Grounds in Armagh City will host a busy day of action on Saturday June 25th with a triple header of action as the Senior, Intermediate and Junior finals take place at the venue.







Last year’s Premier All-Ireland Junior Champions Antrim will take on Derry in the Senior final. 







Hosts Armagh will be hoping for silverware when they face league champions Cavan in the Intermediate final.







The battle for the Ulster Junior title will be between Monaghan and Tyrone.







Throw in times are to be confirmed.







Meanwhile, the Ulster Minor Camogie title is set to be decided this Sunday when Armagh and Antrim battle it out for silverware at Kingspan Breffni Park (1.45pm).







The final is the curtain raiser to the GAA Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter-final between Cavan and Donegal (3.30pm).







For further information contact Ulster Camogie PRO:




C¾ilÝn Duffy



PRO Ulster Camogie Council


OCP Cumann Camogaiochta Uladh


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