Former Winners To Clash In All-Ireland Camogie Championship
Defending champions Galway and record title holders Cork have been paired together for the 2020 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland championship.
On Thursday evening (16th July) in Croke Park, the two sides were joined by Offaly and Wexford in Group 1.
2016 winners Kilkenny are joined in Group 2 by Limerick, Waterford and Westmeath. While the three-team Group 3 sees Tipperary, Clare and Dublin lock horns.
The structure of this competition will see the winners of Groups 1 and 2 proceed directly to the Semi-Finals.
The Quarter-Finals of the Senior Championship will see a further draw take place where the winner of Group 3 and the runners-up of Groups 1, 2 and 3 will play each other.
A full fixtures schedule for the 2020 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Championships will follow in due course with the intercounty season set to begin from October 17th onwards.
Group 1 – Cork, Galway, Offaly, Wexford
Group 2 – Kilkenny, Limerick, Waterford, Westmeath
Group 3 – Clare, Dublin, Tipperary
Group 1 – Dublin, Galway, Kildare, Laois
Group 2 – Cork, Kerry, Meath
Group 3 – Derry, Down, Kilkenny
Group 4 – Antrim, Carlow, Tipperary
The structure of this competition will see the winners of each group progress to the Semi-Finals, with the winner of Group 1 playing the winner of Group 2, and the winner of Group 3 playing the winner of Group 4.
Premier Junior Championship
Group 1 – Clare, Offaly, Wexford
Group 2 – Armagh, Limerick, Roscommon, Waterford
The structure of this competition will see both the winners and runners-up in each group progress to the Semi-Finals.
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