Saturday 22 May

Division 1 Group 1

Clare v Limerick, 4.30pm

Division 1 Group 2

Tipperary v Waterford, Clonmel Commercials GFC, Clonmel, 2.00pm

Division 1 Group 3

Dublin v Offaly, O'Toole Park, Crumlin, 2.30pm

Division 2 Group 1

Down v Derry, Castlewellan GAA, 2.00pm

Division 2 Group 2

Galway v Tipperary, Kenny Park, Athenry, 2.00pm

Cork v Kerry, Cork Camogie Grounds, 2.00pm

Division 2 Group 3

Kilkenny v Laois, John Lockes GAA, Callan, 2.00pm

Division 2 Group 4

Kildare v Dublin, Manguard Plus Kildare GAA Centre of Excellence, 2.00pm

Westmeath v Meath, Coralstown/Kinnegad G.F.C, 2.00pm

Division 3 Group 1

Wexford v Down, Bellefield GAA, Enniscorthy, 2.00pm

Division 3 Group 2

Carlow v Limerick, Netwatch Cullen Park, 2.00pm

Clare v Waterford, Fr. McNamara Park, 1.00pm

Division 4 Group 1

Wicklow v Tyrone, AGB Pearse’s Park, Arklow, 2.00pm

Antrim v Cavan, Tír na NÓg, 2.00pm

Division 4 Group 2

Mayo v Kildare, Tooreen GAA, 2.00pm

Louth v Roscommon, Darver GAA Centre of Excellence, 2.00pm

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The Division 1 Group 2 fixture between Tipperary and Waterford will be streamed live via the Camogie Association YouTube Channel from 1.45pm on Saturday.


Saturday: Sunny spells and scattered showers, mainly affecting the western half of the country. Another relatively cool day with highs of just 10 to 13 degrees Celsius, in mostly moderate westerly breezes.



Clare will be aiming to bounce back quickly against Limerick after testing but ultimately falling short against Galway in their league opener last weekend, with the Tribeswomen's three goals proving crucial in undoing the Banners' stern challenge.

To entertain any hope of reaching the league quarter-finals and avoiding a relegation play-off, they will need to beat a youthful Limerick side captained by Karen O'Leary who will be starting their own campaign on Saturday.


Like Clare, Tipperary lost their own opening group clash with Cork defeating them by seven points.

Speaking on RTÉ's Game On, former Cork goalkeeper Aoife Murray suggested that Tipp need some of their younger players to push on and add to an impressive core, while also finding a way to get the talismanic Cáit Devane closer to goal, rather than the deeper role which she described as akin to "robbing Peter to pay Paul" - although Devane still managed to weigh in with a haul of 0-10 against Cork.

The first and last chance saloon test of whether they can do that will come up against a Waterford side who will be playing their opening fixture of the league as both teams look to take a big step towards the latter stages of the competition.

Last time they met, it was Tipp who overcame Waterford 1-12 to 0-10 in November's All-Ireland championship quarter-final showdown.


Similarly to this weekend's other Division 1 group fixtures, Group 3 also features a side that lost on the opening weekend against a team making a first appearance of the campaign.

Dublin were defeated by All-Ireland champions Kilkenny and take on an Offaly making their first league outing of 2021.

Like Clare and Tipp, the equation is simple for Dublin, they must avoid defeat against Susan Earner's Offaly to progress to the quarter-finals.