The Limerick Senior camogie championship throws in this weekend with seven teams looking to lift the legendary trophy
The competition commences on Sunday as they battle for this highly regarded county championship. As Limerick improves on the Irish camogie scene, this is the competition to watch to see their current and future legends.
Killeedy was named champions last year after beating Newcastlewest in the final. It was the first time they won the title in seven years so they will be hungry to retain the trophy.
The seven teams have been split into two groups, the top two teams in each group will qualify for the semifinals. The relegation playoff will be decided by the last place of the group of four playing a game against the loser of the two other sides that have not qualified for the semifinals.
The county final is scheduled to be played in the first week of November with the Treaty’s best side claiming the trophy.
Launch of the Neville Jewelers Limerick Senior Camogie Championship at the Crescent Shopping Centre.
The Championship starts this weekend.
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Group 1: Newcastle West, Ahane, Bruff, Crecora
Group 2: Killeedy, Granagh/Ballingarry, Na Piarsaigh
Round 1 – Sunday 19th September
Newcastlewest v Ahane – 11:30
Bruff v Crecora – 11:30
Killeedy v Granagh/Ballingarry – 11:30
Round 2 – Sunday 3rd October
Ahane v Bruff – 11:30
Crecora v Newcastlewest – 11:30
Na Piarsaigh v Killeedy – 11:30
Round 3 – Sunday 17th October
Bruff v Newcastlewest – 11:30
Ahane v Crecora – 11:30
Granagh/Ballingarry v Na Piarsaigh – 11:30