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Meath Camogie Manager looking forward to testing themselves against Kilkenny in Leinster Semi Final

Kilkenny Camogie's Aisling Dunphy. Photo ©INPHO/Donall Farmer
Kilkenny Camogie's Aisling Dunphy. Photo ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Meath Camogie manager John Davis says they are excited about the prospect of playing the best as Kilkenny travel to Meath for Saturday’s Leinster Senior Semi-Final.

The venue and time has yet to be confirmed.

Speaking to KCLR, John says that playing Kilkenny is the challenge that they want…..

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