FIXTURES

Saturday, 7 March

DIVISION 1 GROUP 1 

Clare v Waterford, Cratloe, 2pm

Sunday, 8 March 

DIVISION 1 GROUP 1 

Cork  v Kilkenny, Páirc Uí Rinn, 2pm

DIVISION 1 GROUP 2

Limerick v Dublin, Limerick IT, 1pm

Galway v Tipperary, Ballinasloe, 3pm

ONLINE

Live scores and reports on RTÉ.ie and the RTÉ News Now App.  Cork v Kilkenny will be streamed live on the Camogie Association Facebook page from 1.45pm (throw-in 2pm). 

RADIO

Updates and reports on RTÉ Radio 1's on Sunday Sport from 2pm with Darren Frehill and Jacqui Hurley.

WEATHER

Saturday: A mild, windy and mostly cloudy day. Eastern areas will see a good deal of dry weather through to early afternoon, with some limited bright or sunny breaks occurring, and just the odd patch of light rain or drizzle.

Further west, patchy rain and drizzle will turn to persistent, and occasionally heavy, rain in the afternoon. The rain in western areas will spread to all areas in the late afternoon and evening. Highs of 10-12C in moderate to fresh and gusty south to southwest winds, strong to near gale on coasts.

Sunday: Sunny spells and scattered blustery showers for Sunday. Some of the showers will be heavy with hail, and a risk of isolated thunderstorms. Top temperatures 7-10C in moderate to fresh and gusty west to southwest winds, strong on Atlantic coasts.

More info on met.ie.

PREVIEW

After stunning Kilkenny two weeks ago, Clare can make it three wins from three in Group 1 if they can overcome the challenge of Waterford in Cratloe. Throw-in is at 2pm on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Cork and Kilkenny will be vying to keep pace with the Banner in their head-to-head at Páirc Uí Rinn on Sunday, with the Cats looking to bounce back from that Clare defeat last time out.

Meanwhile in Group 2, All-Ireland champions Galway might have started the league campaign with a more muted victory over Dublin, but their convincing victory over Limerick in their last fixture has them back up to speed at the top of the standings.

Tipperary, who sit alongside them at the top after edging Limerick and seeing off Dublin, are Galway's next opponents with Sunday's head-to-head battle in Ballinasloe decisive when it comes to how the group pans out.

Dublin and Limerick will both be aiming to get their first league wins of the campaign at LIT a couple of hours earlier.