Westmeath Ready To Compete At Croke Park In Camogie Final

Many of the Lake County's squad are yet to play for the county at GAA HQ.

Westmeath Camogie will take centre stage at Croke Park this weekend when they take on Derry in the National Camogie League Division 2A final.

The Lake County topped the league standings after beating Derry last time out 5-9 to 1-9.

Both counties have made it to the league final this weekend, with only one team set for promotion to Division 1B next year.

Westmeath keeper, Fiona Keating, tells Midlands 103's David Hollywood, she and her team mates are ready to play on the big stage:

Sunday's game will be part of a historic triple-header at Croke Park, with the Very Camogie League Finals and Leinster GAA Football Quarter Final taking place simultaneously.

It is the first time in history that both events will occur on the same day at GAA Headquarters.

In the Division 1A Final, Galway will play Tipperary at 2.30pm.

Following the Camogie League Finals, Dublin will take on Meath in the Leinster GAA Senior Football Championship at 4.30pm

Throw in at GAA HQ is set for 12.30pm.

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