Kilkenny face Cork on Sunday 7 August at Croke Park in the All-Ireland Camogie final and Kildare will have boots on the ground. Robertstown’s Ray Kelly is set to officiate the decider.
Kelly is no stranger to the Cats, having taken charge of the 2019 final meeting with Galway. In total, it will be the third time Kelly has refereed an All-Ireland inter-county final, having previously taken charge of the 2015 showpiece.
— RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) July 29, 2022
The Kildare man will be assisted by Westmeath’s John Dermody, Wexford’s Justin Heffernan, Limerick’s Mike Flannery and Cavan’s Louise Reilly.
Elsewhere, the intermediate final between Cork and Galway will be officiated by Dublin’s Gavin Donegan. While Tipperary’s Michael Ryan is the main official for the curtain-raising Premier Junior final between Antrim and Armagh.