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GALWAY CAMOGIE: ALL-IRELAND FINALS RE-FIXED FOR MARCH 18TH

The AIB All-Ireland Senior and Intermediate Club Camogie Finals have been re-fixed for Croke Park on Sunday, March 18th. 

After being called off last Sunday (March 4th) due to Storm Emma and the excessive ‘Beast From The East’ snow fall, the biggest day in the club camogie calendar will take place two weeks later from its original date.

Arrangements will be exactly the same with the intermediate decider between Athenry and Kildare’s Johnstownbridge throwing in at 1.30pm.  And at 3.30pm, the senior game between Sarsfields and defending champions Derry’s Slaughtneil will take place.

The Camogie Association have announced that tickets for the original fixture will be valid.  And anyone seeking refunds can do so once tickets are returned to the point of purchase prior to the re-fixed game.

Further details can be found on the Camogie Association’s website.

Galway Daily will recommence their build-up to the double header starting next Monday when we re-release the four interviews published last week with Lorna Hannon, Orlaith McGrath, Regina Glynn and Clodagh McGrath.

From Tuesday to Friday, we’ll hear from Dervla Higgins, Aisling Spellman, Katharine Duane and Michael ‘Hopper’ McGrath.  And on Saturday, our match previews will be published giving our thoughts on the two teams’ chances of bringing home the silverware.

AIB All-Ireland Club Camogie Finals 2018 

Sunday, 18th March 

Intermediate Final: ATHENRY vs JOHNSTOWNBRIDGE (1.30pm Croke Park) 

Senior Final: SARSFIELDS vs SLAUGHTNEIL (3.30pm Croke Park)

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