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The 2021 All-Ireland club camogie semi-final between Slaughtneil (Derry) and Sarsfields (Galway) will be played in Wexford tomorrow, Sunday 20th Feb.
The game was originally scheduled to take place today, but it was called off due to the weather and a resulting unplayable pitch.
The All-Ireland semi-final will now take place on Sunday in Naomh Eanna’s GAA grounds in Gorey, Wexford at 2:00 pm.
Cahair O’Kane, who is a sports journalist with Irish News, criticised the decision by the Camogie Association to play the game at a Wexford venue:
“Literally anywhere in the entire northern half of Ireland would have done, but they’re sending Slaughtneil and Sarsfields to Gorey in Wexford. There’s bound to be a ground somewhere handier that could hold it without doing something as mental as this,” he said on Twitter.
The journey for the re-fixture tomorrow is not ideal for either side, but given the weather conditions around the country and the urgency to play the game, it is understandable too.
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