Cusack Park in Ennis is the venue for Waterford’s vital away tie against Clare in the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship on Sunday.
The Déise girls picked up their first win of the campiagn with a hard fought victory over Limerick in Walsh Park on Saturday, and a win this weekend would see Waterford book a spot in the All-Ireland Quarter-Finals.
Clare are also still in contention heading into the tie.
Waterford manager Donal O’ Rourke says getting the win against Limerick was huge for the squad’s confidence and the work going on behind the scenes is second to none:
“I’m very lucky to have a brilliant team with me, my backroom team is fantastic…and the girls themselves, we’re together three nights a week, and they’re asked to do another two to three nights on their own and they’re doing it…their hard work is paying off”.
Donal says the stakes will be high on Sunday:
“There’s no doubt about it Clare will be targeting this game…we want to be in a quarter final and come hell or high water we’ll be doing everything we can to get there.”
Throw-in is at 2:30 in Ennis. Referee is Liz McGuinness.
At the same time in Nowlan Park Kilkenny will face Galway.
(Pic: Shauna Kiernan, courtesy Waterford Camogie Twitter)