If you’re hoping to follow local clubs in the Leinster championships this weekend, you’re being spoiled for choice as the provincial football, camogie and hurling championships continue across Saturday and Sunday.
On Saturday, Kilkenny champions Muckalee continue their incredible Leinster journey as they look forward to a provincial junior football final against O’Dwyer’s of Balbriggan.
The Leinster junior and intermediate hurling championship quarter-finals will also be taking place with Blacks and Whites heading to Westmeath to take on Ringtown while Danesfort will have the luxury of UPMC Nowlan Park as a backdrop for their clash with Trim.
At the same time, newly-minted Kilkenny senior camogie champions Thomastown will head to Dublin to take on St. Vincent’s for a place in this year’s Leinster senior club championship final.
Then on Sunday it’s the turn of Carlow and Kilkenny’s senior hurling champions in Leinster as St. Mullins host Ferns St. Aidan’s from Wexford at 2pm in Netwatch Cullen Park while at the slightly earlier time of 1.30pm in UPMC Nowlan Park, Ballyhale Shamrocks will take on Castletown Geoghan.
Check the links below for ticket information for all games.
Leinster club championship games this weekend (12/13 September)
- Saturday: Ringtown v Blacks and Whites, Leinster JHC quarter-final
- Saturday: Danesfort v Trim, Leinster IHC quarter-final, 1.30pm at UPMC Nowlan Park
- Saturday: St. Vincent’s v Thomastown, Leinster SCC semi-final, 1.30pm at St. Vincent’s
- Saturday: Muckalee v O’Dwyer’s, Leinster Ladies JFC final, 1pm at Baltinglass GAA Grounds
- Sunday: St. Mullins v Ferns St. Aidan’s, Leinster SHC quarter-final, 2pm Netwatch Cullen Park
- Sunday: Ballyhale Shamrocks v Castletown Geoghan, Leinster SHC quarter-final, 1.30pm at UPMC Nowlan Park
Leinster junior and intermediate hurling games and camogie fixtures are priced €10 for adults with senior fixtures €15 for adults.
All tickets must be bought in advance of arrival at matchday venues with no cash sales for games.