SCARIFF/OGONNELLOE begin the defence of their Munster senior camogie title this weekend.
Alphie Rodgers’ charges welcome Cork side Sarsfields to Dr Stuart Park in Ogonnelloe this Sunday where they will put their crown as Munster champions on the line. Tipperary referee, Mike Ryan is to take charge of proceedings.
Originally due to play the Limerick champions, ongoing delays to the conclusion of the senior championship has put the Limerick campaign in doubt with Munster administrators granting Scariff/Ogonnelloe a bye to the Munster semi-final as a result.
For the second year in a row, Scariff/Ogonnelloe defeated Truagh/Clonlara in the county final, a three point margin separating them at the final whistle this time round.
Rodgers will be looking to the Daly sisters, Ciara Doyle, Amy Barrett, Mairead Scanlan, Alva Rodgers and Abby Walsh as his side strive to qualify for the Munster final.
At 1:30pm, Dr Daly Park will host the Munster Junior Club Championship semi-final as Tulla welcome Adare to East Clare.
Tulla lost out to Clarecastle/Ballyea in the intermediate final following a replay but as the Mid Clare club are an amalgamation they are not permitted to represent the county in Munster.