Huge Weekend Of Championship Action For Dublin Camogie


Dublin Camogie - Championship Weekend

Three Dublin Camogie Inter County Panels continue their Championship Journey

Saturday, July 14th.

Liberty Insurance Senior Championship

Wexford v Dublin

Bellefield, Enniscorthy. 5:00pm

Liberty Insurance Premier Junior Championship

Dublin v Armagh

Parnells GAA Club. 5:00pm

Sunday, July 15th

Leinster Minor B Semi Final

Kilkenny v Dublin

Clara GAA. 11:30am

While a lot of attention will be focused on Croker Park and the Dublin Senior Footballers this Saturday evening, three of Dublin’s inter county Camogie panels will be competing in their respective championships.

Dublin Senior Camogie

After last weekends victory over Meath, David Herity’s charges are two for three in the Liberty Insurance Senior Championship with two games to go in the group phase of the competition. This weekend a win over Wexford could all but secure them a place in the knockout stages of the competition.

The girls in blue will be facing their third away trip on the bounce when they travel to Bellefield in Enniscorthy for this tough task, but the confidence in the camp hasn’t put a dampener on the miles travelled in this year’s competition.

The target for these players this year is to better their Semi Final appearance in the 2017 competition.

Throw in is 5:00pm in Bellefield.

Dublin Premier Junior Camogie

Last year’s All Ireland finalists make the start to this year’s competition with a home tie against Armagh, a team they know only too well.

This year Shane Plowmans side have only two group games to navigate, with an away trip to Roscommon scheduled for next weekend. And they’ll be keeping a close eye on the other group containing Offaly, Limerick, Clare and Kerry to see what the competition will be like should they qualify for the knock out.

Parnell Street will be the familiar surroundings for this Saturday’s game with Armagh, and throw in is also down for 5:00pm

Dublin Minor B Camogie

Last weekend Joe Leonard’s Minor B panel faced the team that beat them in last year’s Leinster Final but this time around the outcome was very different.

The crowd in O’Toole park watched them comfortably see off Kildare in the competition’s Quarter Final to set up Sunday’s Semi Final clash with Kilkenny.

The goal of course is another Final appearance and this time hopefully securing the silverware.

Should Dublin be successful they’ll be facing the winners of the Laois v Westmeath Semi Final.

Sunday’s throw in at Clara GAA will be 11:30am.

Let’s hope we’re chalking wins for all three of these Camogie teams by Sunday afternoon. Stay tuned to for details from all these fixtures over the coming weekend.