PREVIEW: Limerick Senior and Junior Camogie sides face important All-Ireland Championship tasks

The Limerick senior camogie side will face Offaly in a must win match in Banagher on Saturday, while the Juniors face Down in Pairc Esler Newry on Saturday also.

The Limerick seniors bowed out of the Munster Championship last weekend with a 2-20 to 1-11 loss to an impressive Tipperary side, now Pat Ryan’s side will look to avenge their consecutive defeats with a win over Offaly.

Limericks clash with Offaly is a must win for the Treaty county, as the loser of the fixture will face into a relegation play-off potentially unravelling all the hard work done by the side thus far.

Limerick’s junior camogie side are in what could be considered a more positive position, as they face Down in a group 3 round 2 game.

The juniors are fresh off a convincing 3-11 to 1-10 win over Cavan last week. Now they will play Down in the All-Ireland Junior Championship in Pairc Esler Newry this coming Saturday at 7:30pm.

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