Time and venue set for Limerick Camogie’s championship opener

Paul Sexton and his Limerick camogie side begin their All-Ireland campaign this weekend with a clash against Westmeath.

That game has now been confirmed for Bruff this Saturday with a 2pm throw in.

Limerick will face Waterford in their second game next weekend with no confirmation of fixture details as of yet.

Sexton’s side will round of their group on the weekend of the November 7/8 as they have a bye week in round 3,

Sexton is in his first year in charge of the side as Limerick made the All-Ireland quarter-finals for the first time in 15 years in 2019.

There are no confirmation of venues for the Premier Junior Championship with Limerick to kick off their campaign against Waterford on the same day the senior sides face off.

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