The countdown is well and truly on to this year’s Kilkenny Camogie club championship finals, and they’re all happening this Saturday.
With a compact club season all but in the rear view mirror, there’s one last hurdle to jump for the clubs and adult senior, intermediate and junior grade in the county.
Beginning this Saturday morning wth the Shaws Department Store Intermediate camogie championship semi-final, last year’s beaten finalists James Stephens will be hoping to go one better this year and make the jump to the senior ranks. They’ll have to get through Rower Inistioge first and they’ll have to do it just after breakfast too.
Bennettsbridge GAA grounds will host this intermediate matchup, the change of time and venue aiding with a club wedding for Rower Inistioge later on Saturday afternoon, throw-in there is fixed for 11.30am.
That game will barely have finished and we’ll be underway with live commentary at 1pm in Pairc Lachtain, Freshford, for the Kilkenny Rivercourt Hotel junior championship final between Carrickshock and John Lockes/Bennettsbridge.
Closing out Saturday’s triple-header will be last year’s county champions Dicksboro (pictured above) and 2020 champions Thomastown in the Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Kilkenny senior camogie championship.
Ahead of this weekend’s finals, be sure to keep an eye on Scoreline.ie or wherever you do your podcast listening for the Camán Caint county finals preview show, dropping Tuesday.