Tipperary camogie star Orla O'Dwyer.
Tipperary senior camogie team will be hoping to follow up their wins against Meath and Wexford with a home win against reigning All Ireland holders Cork.
A big crowd is expected on Saturday in the Ragg at 5pm for this re-match of this year’s Munster senior final.
That game slipped away from Tipperary after two Tipperary players received their marching orders for double yellow card offenses giving Cork an numerical advantage on the day in Pairc Ui Caoimh.
Cork have since recorded huge wins against both Wexford and Dublin and are playing with power and flair.
Tipperary boast the championship's top scorer in Cáit Devane and the Thurles midfield pairing of Karen Kennedy and Laura Loughnane gave a dominant display against Wexford.
Mary Ryan seems at home at centre back.
Tipperary meet Antrim in the Intermediate All Ireland championship as the curtain raiser at 3pm
Both Tipperary A and B teams play Wexford on Sunday, July 8th in the Ragg with the B throw-in at 2pm and the u16A game at 4pm.
Super Tipp comeback seals Intermediate win
Tipperary beat Westmeath in the Ragg after trailing for most of the game.
Westmeath led by 3-5 to 0-7 at halftime and seemed well in control of this contest.
A second half goal by Andrea Loughnane kept Tipperary in touch and a penalty by Jenny Grace on the 53rd minute followed by another Tipperary goal on the 55th minute by Niamh Treacy put Tipp ahead.
Minors meet Cork in Munster semi-final
Best if luck to Tipperary minor camogie who play Cork this Wednesday at 7.30pm in the Munster semi-final in Castle Road, Cork.
Tipperary were beaten by Galway in the All Ireland semi earlier this year after topping their group section.
Cork went on to beat Galway in the All Ireland Minor Final in May.
Intermediate League Final
Drom 3-14 Cashel 4-9
Drom came from behind to successfully defend their league intermediate title they also won in 2017 . C ashel and Drom were without some county players who are preparing for their big championship game v Cork.