SATURDAY

All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship, Group 1

Kilkenny v Offaly, Nowlan Park, 5pm, Eamon Cassidy (Derry)

Limerick v Waterford, Croagh GAA, 5pm, John McDonagh (Galway)

All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship, Group 2

Tipperary v Waterford, Nowlan Park, 3pm, Liz Dempsey (Kilkenny)

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WEATHER

A mix of cloud and sunny spells on Saturday with some heavy or thundery showers in places. Another warm day with maximum temperatures ranging 20 to 26 degrees in moderate southerly breezes. For more see Met.ie

Kilkenny have been dominant in their two outings so far and after a hard-fought win over Galway in their opening match they then racked up a huge score as they defeated Wexford last weekend.

Offaly have suffered back-to-back defeats at the hands of Limerick and Galway and will need to massively raise their game as they take on the Cats on home turf.

Verdict: Kilkenny

Limerick opened up their campaign with a win at home to Offaly and will see this match as a great opportunity to re-affirm their ambitions of reaching the knockout stages as a minimum target.

Wexford will be looking for a marked improvement on last weekend's heavy defeat at the hands of Kilkenny in what has been a difficult 2019 so far for the county.

Verdict: Limerick

This is a replay of the original fixture which was abandoned due to a serious injury.

Waterford led in the tie at the time and were impressive once more last weekend as they comfortably dispatched of Dublin in Walsh Park.

Tipp, meanwhile, took on All-Ireland champions Cork last weekend and will know that they need to improve massively from that defeat to get something out of this tie which may be a key match-up come the end of the group stages.

Verdict: Waterford