Gaelic Grounds hosts All-Ireland Camogie Double-Header

The Gaelic Grounds will play host to the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship semi-finals this Saturday, August, 19.

First up Dublin take on Kilkenny. The Cats have backed up last year’s incredible Championship form by nearly completing a clean sweep of Group 1.

Kilkenny were unbeaten as they finished on ten points and ended up topping the group. Dublin were one of the sides that fell to defeat to the defending champions along the way. (Throw in 5.15pm)

Cork and Galway clash in the second semi, the teams are meeting for the first time since the 2015 decider when Cork upset the odds, having been beaten by Galway twice prior to that in the National League Final and the group stages of the Championship.

Cork returned to the All-Ireland Final last year but found Kilkenny too strong while Galway only fell to the Stripeywomen after injury time in the Semi-Final. (Throw in 7pm)

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