Very Camogie League Division 1A


Saturday, 18 March

Galway v Dublin, Duggan Park, 2pm

Tipperary v Clare, The Ragg, 2pm

Sunday, 19 March

Kilkenny v Cork, UPMC Nowlan Park, 11.30am


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Kilkenny v Cork will be streamed live on the Camogie Association's official YouTube channel on Sunday.


Saturday will start off dry for many with a few bright intervals. Rain in the west will spread eastwards across the country, reaching the east coast by early afternoon. Sunny spells will develop as the rain clears into the Irish Sea by evening. Highest temperatures of 9 to 13 degrees in a light southerly breeze, increasing moderate to fresh northwesterly as rain clears.

Sunday will start off dry with some sunny spells. Rain will develop in the west during the morning and spread eastwards to all areas through the afternoon. Highest temperatures 8 to 10 degrees moderate south to southeast breezes.

Cork aiming to hold onto 100% record

It's been an excellent start to the year so far for Cork as the Very Camogie League Division 1A reaches its penultimate round.

With Kilkenny up next at UPMC Nowlan Park on Sunday in a repeat of last year's All-Ireland final which the Cats prevailed in by a point, the Rebel County, who are the only side to have won all their league matches, know victory will make it four wins from four.

Just as importantly for Cork, a win would also ensure that they will be playing in the league final where they would hope to go one better than last year when they lost to Galway by four points.

For Kilkenny, the concern will be about avoiding the prospect of relegation which would grow into more of a threat if they lose on Sunday.

Tipp league final hopes hinge on win

It's a slightly similar story for Tipperary and Clare - ahead of Saturday's meeting at The Ragg - the former tasting their first defeat last time out against Cork.

Tipp are currently second behind Cork in the standings, while the Banner are second from bottom below Kilkenny on scoring difference.

Tipp need to win to keep their hopes of reaching the league final alive.

Galway heavy favourites to deepen Dubs' demotion fears

Dublin are lagging behind at present in the table, having lost all three fixtures to date and a match against reigning league champions Galway is a tough ask.

Galway have bounced back well with two wins since losing their opening round game against Tipperary 4-09 to 1-09.

But with Tipp leading them by a sizeable scoring difference margin on top of the head-to-head advantage, they will also be looking to rack up the scores on top of targeting victory.

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