The Glen Dimplex All-Ireland camogie series continues at pace this weekend with third-round action for the Kilkenny and Carlow seniors and intermediates.
On the senior front, Kilkenny have a near 700km round trip to take on newcomers Antrim at Dunloy (closer to Scotland than it is to the border), going into that game with two wins from two having had last weekend off.
It will be a tough game in Antrim’s back yard and while Kilkenny will be favourites for the clash you can be sure their opponents will be no pushover and will be putting it up to Brian Dowling’s side.
On the intermediate front, Kilkenny and Carlow are both in action on Saturday. Following a heavy defeat to Galway on the opening day of the championship, backed up by a narrow loss to Kerry last weekend, Carlow will be hoping it’s a case of third time’s a charm as they head to Cusack Park in Mullingar to meet Westmeath at 5pm.
Ahead of that game, Kilkenny welcome Derry to St. Lachtains in Freshford, a game that probably suits Kilkenny more at home than it does away. With their loss to Cork in Pairc Ui Rinn over the bank holiday weekend, John Scott’s side will need to dig deep and produce a result on Saturday to maintain their championship hopes.
You can catch that game live in full on Scoreline this Saturday from 3pm with thanks to RMC Construction.
Glen Dimplex senior camogie championship round 3
- Saturday 2pm: Galway v Down, Athenry
- Saturday 2pm: Antrim v Kilkenny, Dunloy – Get tickets here
- Saturday 5pm: Limerick v Offaly, Cappamore
Glen Dimplex intermediate camogie championship round 3
- Saturday 3pm: Kilkenny v Derry, Freshford – Get tickets here / Live on KCLR & Scoreline.ie
- Saturday 5pm: Kerry v Dublin, Lixnaw
- Saturday 5pm: Westmeath v Carlow, Mullingar – Get tickets here
- Saturday 5pm: Kildare v Wexford, Hawkfield
- Saturday 5pm: Cork v Meath, Cork Camogie Grounds
Glen Dimplex Premier Junior Championship
- Saturday 5pm: Down v Antrim, Newry
- Saturday 5pm: Armagh v Roscommon, Athletic Grounds