In case you missed it, Kilkenny and Galway are contesting the 2020 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship Final this coming Saturday night.
We’re in the depths of winter, Christmas is around the corner, the floodlights will be on in Croke Park, yet we’ve got one last roll of the championship dice for a Kilkenny side entering their fifth consecutive final.
Of the four previous encounters, Kilkenny end a 20-year-plus wait for the O’Duffy Cup seeing off Cork in 2016. In the time since, they’ve lost to Cork twice in the final by the smallest of margins, and were bettered by Galway in 2019.
Ahead of Saturday’s final, we thought we’d let you know what’s stirring on air and online.
The week in camogie
We’ve already heard a little from Brian Dowling and Áine Fahey this week while looking at the situation regarding homecomings.
Between Wednesday and Saturday we’ll be bringing you video interviews with Kilkenny players Meighan Farrell, Collette Dormer and Denise Gaule and you can read Anne Dalton’s thoughts about the journey to Croke Park.
We’ll also catch up on camera with Kilkenny boss Brian Dowling and hear the thoughts of Kilkenny Camogie chairperson, Shiela Norris.
This week’s The Clash Act podcast records a little early so we’ll bring you that on Friday with an advance preview of the game.
On Scoreline this Saturday, we’ll be shifting the focus largely towards the All-Ireland final with a special preview programme presented by Brendan Hennessy kicking off at 5.30pm.
From there we’ll switch to Croke Park just ahead of the 7pm throw-in time to join Martin Quilty and Áine Fahey on commentary duty while we’ll bring you our usual All-Ireland Live Blog in tandem with our commentary on air