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Kilkenny sit top of Group One Division One of the National Camogie League following their 3-4 to 1-6 win over Cork. Anne Downey’s side have been impressive in the scoring stakes grabbing eight goals in two games with attackers Aoife Neary and Deirdre Delaney sharing the spoils. Last year’s All-Ireland finalists now await the winners of Cork and Tipperary who play for a spot in the semi-finals this weekend.


Cork are boosted with All-Star attacker Gemma O’Connor recently returning from a tour of duty with the Irish Defence Forces in Chad. The centre-forward is expected to rejoin the panel this weekend but it is unsure whether she will be in contention for a place in the starting line-up. Tipperary manager Eoin Brislane will have a full panel to pick from and will hope that Jill Horan and Claire Grogan are in scoring form to ensure a place in the last four.


Wexford, fresh from their 1-17 to 2-6 victory over Galway play a Clare who are looking for their first league campaign points. With Kate Kelly bagging 1-7 against Galway, ably assisted by Una Leacy, Aine Codd and Ursula Jacob the Banner side face a stiff test against a team who are showing impressive early season form.


In the remaining Division One fixture Dublin face Galway with the winners proceeding to the semi-final stages. Galway’s Veronica Curtin, Emma Kilkelly and Niamh McGrath have been in good scoring form and overall an experienced Galway side should prove too strong for a young Dublin outfit.


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