Tipperary’s Niamh Treacy was named as the national camogie association’s Littlewood’s Ireland division two player of the league this week and has been rewarded with a position on the senior team
The excitement is building in the Premier County today as the Tipperary senior camogie team prepares to launch their championship campaign against Waterford - The Ragg
Camogie Grounds will host a provincial semi-final between the sides on Saturday, May 11 (7.15pm). On the opposite side of the draw Limerick and Cork collide; the Munster final is scheduled to take place on Saturday, May 15. And, the following Tipperary team has been named by manager Bill Mullaney for this evening’s key fixture.
The Tipperary team will line out as follows:
Tipp will launch their All-Ireland championship campaign in June at home to Waterford followed by trips to Cork and Clare, a home game against Dublin and finally a clash with Meath (away).
Meanwhile the Tipperary intermediate team will take on Cork in the Munster final on Saturday, May 18 in Kilmallock (throw-in 7.15pm).
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