CAMOGIE | St Kevin’s and Mattock to face off in Saturday’s Senior Championship final

Clash in Knockbridge is a repeat of this year’s league final

St Kevin’s will be hoping to retain their Louth Senior Camogie Championship crown when they meet Mattock Rangers in the final

The first of the 2017 Louth GAA Senior Championship finals will take place this weekend when camogie takes centre stage.

Knockbridge is the venue for the clash between St Kevin’s and Mattock Rangers which throws in on Saturday evening, September 2nd at 7pm.

Mattock Rangers

The two clubs met in this year’s senior league final last month with St Kevin’s running out 6–15 to 1–3 winners.

The Philipstown side are looking to retain the crown they won in 2016 and Saturday evening’s encounter is set to be another high paced encounter.

Gate on the night is €5 with U16s free of charge.

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