Waterford secured promotion to Division 1A in impressive fashion this year.
Offaly get their All Ireland Senior Camogie Championship season underway this weekend.
Noelle Kennedy's players have the tricky task of taking on this year's Division 1B champions Waterford.
The Deise were much the better side when the two teams met in league action.
The final score in St Brendan's Park in Birr was 4-22 1-9.
Offaly will play Antrim and Limerick in their other two Senior Championship group games over the next four weeks.
Our Senior team kick off their All Ireland Championship campaign on Saturday when they play @deisecamogie in Banagher.— Offaly Camogie (@OffalyCamogie) May 30, 2023
Best of luck to the girls and their management team.
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