Limerick learn fate in Camogie Senior Championship draw

Limerick have been drawn in Group 2 with Kilkenny, Waterford and Westmeath in this year’s Camogie Senior Championship.

The 2020 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Championship revised draws took place in Croke Park on Thursday evening, along with the announcement that the final will take place on 12 December.

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The winners of Groups 1 and 2 will proceed to the semi-finals.

The quarter-finals will see the winners of group 3 and the runners-up of each group face each other.

Limerick’s Premier Junior Championship side have been drawn against Armagh, Roscommon and Waterford.

The winners and runners-up of that group will progress to the semi-finals to face the first and second placed teams in the tournaments other group containing Clare, Offaly and Wexford.

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