The Senior 2022 Glen Dimplex All-Ireland quarter finals take place on the 16th of July in Semple Stadium

Players from the four participating teams in Croke Park for a photoshoot for the Glen Dimplex All-Ireland quarter finals
Camogie players from Waterford (Lorraine Bray), Dublin (Hannah Hegarty), Limerick (Marian Quaid) and Kilkenny (Aoife Prendergast) at the launch of the 2022 Glen Dimplex All-Ireland quarter finals. Image Credit: Inpho

The Camogie Association this week launched the 2022 Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Senior Camogie Quarter finals which takes place on 16th July 2022 in Semple Stadium, Thurles.

Galway and Cork who topped their groups and will head straight to the semi-finals, where they await the winners of the quarter-finals next week where Kilkenny will play Dublin and Waterford will take on Limerick.

In the final rounds, Dublin produced a stirring performance to post a 4-14 to 2-11 victory against Wexford in Bellefield and having begun on the same score difference as Tipperary, that saw them through, as Waterford chiselled out a 2-12 to 1-12 win over Clare in Cusack Park to cement second position in Group 1 and banish the Banner women to a relegation play-off.

Group 2 was a little more straightforward, Galway just holding off Kilkenny to record a share of the spoils 1-17 to 2-14 at Kenny Park to give them top spot, on score difference.

It was winner-takes-all between Limerick and Antrim at Corrigan Park, the visitors going through the gears in the second half to record a 1-14 to 1-11 success that gave them third spot.

The Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Semi-Finals will take place in Croke Park on the 23rd of July culminating in a triple header of All Ireland Finals at Croke Park with the All-Ireland Finalists competing for the Seaghan O’Duffy Cup (Senior), Jack McGrath Cup (Intermediate) and Kathleen Mills Cup (Premier Junior).

Rowena Rodrigues, Group Head of External Relations and Engagement at Glen Dimplex said,

“As proud sponsors of the Camogie Association All-Ireland Championships, Glen Dimplex is delighted to show our support for the Quarter Finals, in what is set to be an exciting double header in Semple Stadium.

“Glen Dimplex is a privately owned, international group founded in Ireland. We see a synergy between our business and the Camogie

“Association, given the energy that is exuded on the camogie pitch, and the sport’s role in inspiring and sustaining local communities.

“We are delighted to be involved with the Championships and would like to congratulate all the players and teams who competed over the last six weeks.”

The Camogie Association is excited to be entering into the final stages of the Championship, and welcome all supporters, clubs and counties to show their colours and #GoTogether in the final stages of the Glen Dimplex Championship.

Don’t miss out, it will be a game like never before!

Camogie players from Waterford (Lorraine Bray), Dublin (Hannah Hegarty), Limerick (Marian Quaid) and Kilkenny (Aoife Prendergast) all attended the launch.

Speaking at today’s launch, Uachtarán/President of the Camogie Association, Hilda Breslin, said;

“I am delighted to be launching the Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Quarter Finals today in Croke Park, where the four sides will be competing for a place in the Semi-Finals on 23rd July in Croke Park.

“We are delighted this year to welcome our new sponsors Glen Dimplex, who announced a five-year sponsor of the Camogie Association All Ireland Championships and their generous contributions and commitment to camogie. The Camogie Association are extremely appreciative of the generous support of Carmel Naughton and Glen Dimplex.

“These players have shown great dedication, commitment, and perseverance to reach this stage of the competition and we wish all teams the very best of luck.”

RTÉ Coverage

The 2022 Glen Dimplex All Ireland Senior, Intermediate and Junior finals will be live on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player in a triple-header from Croke Park on Sunday 7th August.

The two Senior semi-finals on 23rd July. Live from Croke Park and two quarter-finals will also be live on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player on the 16th July, broadcast from Semple Stadium.

Upcoming Fixtures

Glen Dimplex Senior All-Ireland Championship

Saturday 16th July- Quarter finals –

Waterford V Limerick (3:15pm) & Kilkenny V Dublin (5.30pm) – FDB Semple stadium, live on RTÉ.

Saturday 23rd July – Semi Finals double header in Croke Park- live on RTÉ.

Sunday 7th August – All-Ireland Final in Croke Park- Live on RTÉ

Glen Dimplex Intermediate All-Ireland Championship

Saturday 9th July – Quarter finals-

Derry V Dublin (2pm) & Kerry V Meath (4pm)- MW Hire O’Moore Park, Portlaoise

Saturday 23rd July – Semi Finals in UPMC Nowlan Park

Sunday 7th August – All-Ireland Final in Croke Park- Live on RTÉ

Glen Dimplex Premier Junior Championship

Saturday 23rd July – Semi Finals –

Armagh V Cavan & Antrim V Clare

Sunday 7th August– All Ireland Final in Croke Park- Live on RTÉ

Tickets for all games will be sold online in advance. See camogie.ie for details.

Information about all fixtures, including times, date, venues, and links to ticket sales will be available at www.camogie.ie