The All-Ireland Minor Camogie Final will take place next Saturday (28th April) at 2pm in McDonagh Park, Nenagh. 

Galway will go in search of back-to-back titles when they take on Cork who beat them in the group stages by 1-11 to 0-12.

The Rebelettes were undefeated during the round-robin series but had to survive a last gasp Clare penalty before emerging 1-11 to 0-9 winners in the semi-finals.

After an opening day loss to Kilkenny, the Tribeswomen bounced back with a win over Wexford before going down to the hosts at the Cork Camogie Grounds.

But with their Sarsfields and Athenry contingents back following their club commitments, they were comprehensive 4-8 to 0-3 winners over Dublin to qualify on scoring difference.

Kilconieron’s Mairead Dillon hit a hat-trick against the Metropolitans but she made a greater impact in the All-Ireland semi-final getting all four green flags as Galway accounted for Tipperary 4-9 to 1-10 two weeks ago to reach a third consecutive final.

After losing the 2016 final to the Premier County after a replay, Galway were ruthless in 2017 keeping Clare scoreless in the second half before running out 4-14 to 0-6 winners.  That game also took place in McDonagh Park which also hosted another massive Galway win against Cork in the 2015 under 16 final.

Lorraine Larkin oversaw both winning Galway teams and leads the county into a seventh successive All-Ireland Final hoping her good luck in Nenagh holds firm.  Should they prevail, it will be the first time they have successfully retained this competition and it will be their fourth success after 2010, 2012 and 2017.

Galway face Cork in the All-Ireland Minor Camogie Final on Saturday, 28th April.  Throw-in in McDonagh Park, Nenagh is at 2pm.