Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues Division 1 final
Cork v Galway, Croke Park, 7pm.

Division 2 final
Antrim v Wexford, Croke Park, Dublin. 5.15pm.

Division 1 relegation play-off
Offaly v Limerick, Moneygall GAA, 2pm.

Division 2 relegation play-off
Kildare v Tipperary, Stradbally GAA, 1pm.


Division 3 final
Cavan v Wexford, Coralstown Kinnegad GAA, 3pm.

Division 4 final
Mayo v Wicklow, Coralstown Kinnegad GAA, 1pm.

Live updates/scores on RTÉ Sport Online and the RTÉ News app.

Live commentary and updates on RTÉ Radio 1's Saturday and Sunday Sport.

Cork v Galway and Antrim v Wexford live on RTÉ2. Cavan v Wexford and Mayo v Wicklow live on the Camogie Association's YouTube channel.


Saturday: Good sunshine in the morning but cloud will build in places during the afternoon with a few light showers developing. Highest temperatures of 7 to 10 degrees with light northwest or variable winds.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy and becoming breezy with scattered outbreaks of rain and drizzle. Top temperatures of 8 to 12 degrees in freshening southeast winds. For more go to

Familiar foes

In the Littlewoods Ireland Division 1 final, Cork are back to the capital to face the newly crowned Manager of the Year Cathal Murray and his All-Ireland Championship-winning Galway side.

It is a repeat of last year's All-Ireland final showdown between the two counties, with Cork looking to avenge the defeat they suffered in the same stadium just a couple of months ago.

Though Cork have a new manager in Matthew Twomey, with former Clare, Waterford and Wexford hurling boss Davy Fitzgerald as his coach.

Both teams boast unbeaten records so far in the league campaign, one of which will come to an end this weekend, live on RTÉ2.

"After the final the last few months have been tough," Cork wing-back Laura Hayes told RTÉ Sport this week.

"We were extremely disappointed losing to Galway and we went back to our clubs and tried to pick ourselves up again.

"We were really eager to get back to training and we haven't lost any hunger. We've been training a good while now and we've a new team, new manager and a new sponsor.

"It was obviously a big occasion but we're coming with a different attitude this week. We really mean business in this final."

Galway needed to bring on Orlaith and Siobhán McGrath to get past Tipperary in the game that booked their place in the final, less than two weeks after Sarsfield's Club All-Ireland final triumph, but they should now be well rested for the challenge of the Rebels.

Antrim's Lucia McNaughton (L) and Wexford’s Ciara O’Connor

In the Division 2 final, also live on RTÉ, All-Intermediate champions Antrim will take on Wexford after both counties came through their semi-finals last Sunday, against Cork and Waterford respectively.

Wexford comfortably topped Group 1 with four wins from four, while Antrim also finished top of their group with three wins from three.

A foot operation has kept Antrim's Maeve Kelly out all season and it remains to be seen if she can play any part on Saturday. Corner-back Chloe Drain is also a doubt after having to be withdrawn in the first half of the dramatic victory over Cork.

In the Division 3 final, Cavan play Wexford in an exciting match-up, with both teams experienced in winning silverware over the past few seasons. Both counties are also unbeaten in this year's league campaign, with three wins from three each.

In the Division 4 final, Wicklow will take on Mayo after both teams progressed through the campaign to secure qualification to this weekend’s decider.

Mayo have had a 100% win record to date, while Wicklow fell to defeat against this weekend’s opponents in the earlier rounds of the campaign.

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