Saturday July 13th
Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship
Cork v Meath, Páirc Uí Rinn, 5pm, Ray Kelly (Kildare)
Tipperary v Dublin, The Ragg, 5pm, Cathal Egan (Cork)
Waterford v Clare, Walsh Park, 5pm, Liz Dempsey (Kilkenny)
Sunday July 14th
Galway v Limerick, Kenny Park, Athenry, 2.30pm, John Dermody (Westmeath)
Highlights of all four games on The Sunday Game at 9.30pm.
Match reports on RTÉ.ie and the RTÉ News Now App. Galway v Limerick will be streamed live online from 2.15pm via Liberty Insurance's Facebook page
Updates on RTÉ Radio 1's Saturday Sport and Sunday Sport.
High pressure will dominate the weather over the weekend. So Saturday and Sunday will both be dry with sunny spells. For Saturday, temperatures will reach between 17 and 21 degrees with light northerly breezes. Sunday will be warmer with values ranging from 20 to 25 degrees and mainly easterly breezes.
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The reigning champions are on course for automatic qualification from the group having secured valuable and impressive wins over Clare, Tipperary and Dublin.
A win this weekend may seal top spot in the group for them dependant on results elsewhere. Meanwhile it has been a tough campaign for Meath who remain rooted to the bottom of the table without a win in their three fixtures so far.
This has the makings of an interesting fixture as Tipperary lie in third place on six points, while Dublin lie one place behind them on three points.
A win for Tipperary may see them book their place in the knockout rounds, while Dublin cannot afford to lose if they are to keep their qualification hopes alive.
Currently lying in second place in the group Waterford are in a prime position to reach the knockout stage with just two fixtures remaining as they welcome Clare to Walsh Park this weekend.
Clare have registered one win from three games and will need to win this weekend to keep their chances of reaching the knockout stages alive.
With two fixtures played in the group so far Limerick are unbeaten following wins over Offaly and Wexford, while Galway were defeated by Kilkenny on the opening weekend but then beat Offaly in their next fixture.
A win for Galway would level the teams on points and with score difference settling the positions this particular fixture has the potential to make for a very close group.