Kerry Camogie’s Game Postponed After Contaminated Water Incident Last Weekend

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SATURDAY’S game between Kerry and Wicklow in the Premier Junior Camogie Championship has had to be postoned due to the contaminated water incident in Limerick last weekend.

A statement from the Camogie Association reads: “Due to reasons beyond our control regarding contaminated water in Limerick last weekend the scheduled Premier Junior Championship fixture between Kerry v Wicklow in Abbeydorney GAA this Saturday July 6th has been postponed to err on the side of caution from a player welfare perspective.”

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“Details of the re-arranged fixture will be announced in due course. It will remain as a home fixture for Kerry.”

Around 60 people, including 12 Kerry players, involved in camogie fell ill on Saturday night, after drinking water in the Croagh Kilfinny GAA Grounds earlier that day.

Wexford senior team and Limerick players were also affected. Kerry Camogie wished all affected players from Kerry, Limerick and Wexford a speedy recovery.

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