What time and channel is Dublin v Westmeath on? TV information and more for the All-Ireland Premier Junior Camogie Championship Final


Dublin and Westmeath compete in the All-Ireland Premier Junior Camogie Championship Final this weekend.

It should be a close and highly-competitive affair if their meeting earlier in the season was anything to go by as Westmeath prevailed by just a single point.

Fiona Leavy, Westmeath at the All-Ireland Camogie Finals Photocall, Croke Park, Dublin 5/9/2017

Dublin Camogie seems to be in rude health of late with the Seniors, Minors and U16s all making the All-Ireland semi-finals. However, it is the Premier Juniors who have the chance to lift some silverware.

Dublin were imperious in winning the Division 3 title, while Westmeath did well in Division 2 this year, only missing out on the last four on score difference, finishing just five points shy of Kildare who have reached the Intermediate semi-final.

Emer Keenan, Dublin at the All-Ireland Camogie Finals Photocall, Croke Park, Dublin 5/9/2017

Westmeath are pursuing their first Premier Junior Championship, having established themselves in recent years following their Junior A success in 2012.

Here is all you need to know about the clash:

When is it on?

The match will throw in at 12pm on Sunday, 10 September.

Where is it on?

Croke Park is the venue for this one.

General view of Croke Park

What channel is it on?

The match is not scheduled to be televised but you can follow the action on our live blog.

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