Premier to find out All-Ireland camogie fate today

first_imgMeanwhile, There was dissapointment for the county’s U16A camogie side last night.Galway defeated the Premier County 7-14 to 1-6 in Group 2 of the All-Ireland Championship.The Tipp FM-sponsored team’s next outing is against Wexford on the 24th of this month. The Premier County have completed their Group 2 programme, which means their fate will be determined by the outcome of the clash between Dublin and Derry.The Dubs, who drew with Tipp last weekend, will claim a quarter-final place instead of Brian Boyle’s side if they record a big win over the Ulster county.That match at O’Toole Park, Crumlin, begins at 2.30pmlast_img