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All-Ireland Camogie Final To Take Place on December 12

All-Ireland Camogie Final To Take Place on December 12

The All Ireland Camogie final will take place two weeks before Christmas on December 12 this year, according to the Camogie Association. The date also means that the camogie final will be taking place the day after the mens hurling final.

In a statement released yesterday, the association revealed that details for the 2020 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate and Premier Junior Championships Finals will be released at a later time, alongside fixture lists for all three competitions.

In the statement the Camogie Association said:

Due to the demands on the pitch in Croke Park in December this year with various fixtures across all codes due to take place, regrettably it is not possible for the Intermediate and Premier Junior Finals to also take place on this date as in normal years.

Details of the 2020 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate and Premier Junior Championships Finals will be announced in due course along with fixtures schedules for all three competitions.

We wish to thank our colleagues in the GAA for their continued support in securing this important date in Croke Park.

The draw for the senior championship also took place last night with the draw being as follows:

Group 1
Cork
Galway
Offaly
Wexford

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Group 2
Kilkenny
Limerick
Waterford
Westmeath

Group 3
Clare
Dublin
Tipperary

The winners of Group 1 and Group 2 will progress directly to the semi-finals, while the winner of Group 3 and the runners-up of Groups 1, 2 and 3 will face each other in the Quarter-Finals. A draw for the Quarter-Finals will take place at a later date.

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