Ardrahan and Portumna Camogie supporters will be on the road early this Sunday to Moneygall in Offaly in support of their respective teams in the All-Ireland club semi-finals.
Ardrahan are in the senior semi-final and they will face Mullinavat from Kilkenny (2.30pm).
Their team manager is Mike Carr, and they are captained by Rachael O'Toole.
The Ardrahan team contains five players who were involved in Galway's All-Ireland wins last season, including Aoife Lynskey, who has the distinction of winning medals All-Ireland medals in 1996 and 2013 with her county.
The club won its first Galway senior county last year and is a really progressive outfit. Only up in the senior grade for a few years, they will still fancy themselves on Sunday.
The Portumna and Ballyhale Shamrocks hurling clubs enjoyed some great battles a few years ago and this weekend should be no different on the camogie front.
Portumna won the Galway intermediate title last season after three consecutive defeats and they are captained by Lorraine Conroy.
Their team manager is Johnny Keane.
That game is to throw in at 1pm.