Croke Park will be a sea of maroon on September 8th after Westmeath ended the run of last year's Finalists Down while Galway inflicted a second consecutive Semi-Final defeat on Tipperary to book their places in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship Final.
Galway captain Sarah Dervan believes that the examination Waterford subjected her team to in the Quarter-Final will stand to the Tribeswomen in Saturday's Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship Semi-Final against All-Ireland champions Cork at the LIT Gaelic Grounds (7.15pm).
Tracey Leonard scored 1-5 as Galway negotiated the dreadful conditions and a stiff challenge from Waterford to advance to the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final where they'll face rivals Mayo.
TWO coveted slots at Croke Park on August 25 are on offer for Armagh, Mayo, Galway and Waterford on Saturday, as the counties battle it out for the remaining semi-final places in the 2019 TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Championship.
CATHAL MURRAY acknowledged his charges' shortcomings in the face of a Waterford whirlwind that left League champions Galway trailing by four points at half-time and in danger of being on the wrong side of one of the biggest shocks in the recent history of the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship.
It was a Galway double in the Cooley Mountains after Caitriona Daly was crowned M Donnelly All-Ireland Senior Camogie Poc Fada champion, while compatriot Katie Gilchrist took the spoils in the U16 category.