Limerick Ladies Footballers discover All-Ireland Junior Championship Fixtures

Graham Shine’s side will get their championship campaign underway away to Kilkenny on June 18 as they bid for a first title in four years.

The fixtures have been announced for the TG4 All Ireland Junior Championship 2023, with Limerick competing against Sligo, Kilkenny and Down in Group A of the competition.

Graham Shine’s side will get their championship campaign underway as they travel to Kilkenny on June 18, before welcoming Sligo to Limerick on July 2. The team will round out the group with another home game, hosting Down on July 9.

The championship consists of one team from Britain, one from Connacht, two from Leinster and three from Ulster, with Limerick being the sole Munster participant. First place from Group A will face second place from Group B in a semi final, while the Group B winners will face the runners up from Group A in the other semi.

Whoever wins the TG4 Junior Championship will be promoted to the Intermediate Championship in 2024 where Limerick previously competed four years ago.

TG4 Ladies Football All-Ireland Junior Championship Final, Croke Park, Dublin 16/9/2018 Limerick vs Louth Limerick’s Cathy Mee lifts the trophy Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Tommy Dickson

Limerick last won the Junior Championship in 2018, when they defeated Louth, but would return straight back down to the Junior grade following relegation in 2019.

Shine’s side lost the semi final of the competition last year, as they were defeated 7-9 to 2-12 by Fermanagh, their third successive loss at the stage.

Earlier this year, they were bested in the League semi-final following positive group stage campaign where they went unbeaten.

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