It Comes Down To Who Wants It Most - Megan Dowdall

Photo Credit: Facebook/Westmeath Camogie Page

The Clonkill woman previews this weekend's All Ireland Camogie clash with Offaly.

It's winner takes all in the Intermediate All Ireland Camogie Championship this weekend.

Westmeath take on Offaly in Mullingar with the winner set to progress to a championship quarter final while the season will be over for the loser.

The two counties met in league action earlier this year with the Lake County going on to win by a single point and ultimately going to win the Division 2A league title.

Megan Dowdall, who hit three goals for Westmeath in that game, says there's nothing between the two midlands counties.

The Clonkill star looks forward to this weekend's game with Midlands 103's David Hollywood:

Throw in at Cusack Park is set for 2pm tomorrow.

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