PREVIEW: It's All-Ireland Semi-Finals Weekend In This Year's Senior Camogie Championship 6 years ago

PREVIEW: It's All-Ireland Semi-Finals Weekend In This Year's Senior Camogie Championship

It's going to be a brilliant weekend of camogie. 

It's All-Ireland semi-finals weekend in this year's Liberty Insurance senior camogie championship and what a line-up there is in store.

First up on Saturday afternoon at 3.30pm, League champions Galway will go head-to-head with Wexford at Nowlan Park in Kilkenny.

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Wexford's Shelley Kehoe with Elaine O'Mears of Dublin.

Wexford come into the game on the back of a hard-fought win over Dublin in the quarter-finals.

They will be hoping to dig deep and hold firm against an extremely on-form Galway side this weekend to book their day in Croke Park.

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Galway's Siobhan Coen

Galway meanwhile have a 100 per cent record in this year's championship to date, having previously recorded wins over Cork, Limerick, Offaly and this weekend's challengers, Wexford.

The Tribeswomen already won the National League title this year, and will be hoping to book their spot in the All-Ireland final and win back the title they last won in 2013.

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Galway's Siobhan Coen and Hannah Looney of Cork

On Sunday then, it will be the turn of Cork and Kilkenny at 4pm in Walsh Park, Waterford.

Reigning All-Ireland champions Cork will be hoping to book their spot in the All-Ireland final to defend their title, but will have to dig deep to overcome a very determined Kilkenny side who will be hoping to avenge last year’s All-Ireland final defeat at the hands of the Rebels.

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Edwina Keane of Kilkenny with Joanne Ryan of Tipp

Cork come into the game following a comprehensive win over Tipperary in the quarter-finals, while Kilkenny boast a 100 per cent winning streak to date.

Both games will be a double header, with the Under 16A semi-final between Dublin and Galway kicking off at 1.30pm on Saturday in Nowlan Park, while the other Under 16A semi-final will precede Sunday's game in Waterford, with Cork and Tipperary doing battle at 2pm.