Carlow GAA and Carlow Camogie are joining forces this weekend, alongside Leinster Camogie and Leinster GAA for the 2022 Leinster Poc Fada finals.
Over the past few weeks, all 12 Leinster counties have held their county finals and all will be represented between Nine Stones and Slievebawn on Saturday with Mount Leinster set to be a hive of activity (or bike, if you listen to KCLR Breakfast).
There are four distinct competitions – U16 camogie and hurling and adult camogie and hurling.
The junior grades get underway from 11am with the senior grades taking to the hills from 2pm.
Myshall Community Centre will be hosting refreshments for all on the day.
Carlow will be represented by Sarah Sheehan (Myshall, U16 camogie), Tracy McNally (Naomh Bríd, senior camogie), Fionn O’Brien (MLR, U16 hurling) and Brian Treacy (Mysall, senior hurling).
Kilkenny’s competitors are Jane Holohan (Naomh Bríd, U16 camogie), Noelle Murphy (Lisdowney, senior camogie), Ed McDermot (James Stephens, U16 hurling) and Killian Phelan (Clara, senior hurling).
This year’s All-Ireland Poc Fada finals will be held on Annaverna Mountain in Louth on Monday 1 August.