FIXTURES | Camogie Championships Return for Round Two

The Limerick Camogie championships return this weekend for round two.

In the Senior championship, Newcastle West will be looking to build on their big opening day win as they take on Crecora who drew with Bruff on the opening day. Ahane face Bruff looking to regroup after the loss to NCW.

In group Two, defending champions Killeedy will look to make it two from two when they take on Na Piarsiagh in their season debut.

In the Intermediate Championship, round one winners Murroe Boher and Killeedy face off. Templeglantine and last year’s runners up Cappamore will also be looking for a second win.

In the Junior A Championship, Mungret St Pauls and Ballybrown make their season debuts.

Round One Results.

This weekend’s Camogie Championship Fixtures.

SCC – Round 2 – Sunday 3rd of Oct at 11:30AM | First team named is the home side

Group 1

  • Ahane v Bruff
  • Crecora v NCW

Group 2

  • Granagh/Ballingarry v BYE
  • Na Piarsaigh v Killeedy

ICC – Round 2 – Sunday 3rd of Oct at 11:30AM | First team named is the home side

Group 1

  • Murroe/Boher v Killeedy
  • NCW v Ballyagran

Group 2

  • Croagh/Kilfinny v Cappamore
  • Templeglantine v Monaleen

JACC – Round 2 – Sunday 3rd of Oct at 2:30PM | First team named is the home side

Group 1

  • BYE v Galbally
  • Blackrock/Effin v Mungret/St Pauls

Group 2

  • Patrickswell v BYE
  • Ballybrown v Adare

JBCC – Round 2 – Sunday 3rd of Oct at 2:30PM | First team named is the home side

Group 1

  • Granagh/Ballingarry v Doon
  • Na Parsaigh V Knockaderry
  • Ballybrown v BYE

Group 2

  • Tournafulla v Bruff
  • Monaleen v St Ailbhes
  • BYE v Kilmallock

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