The Dublin senior camogie team won their first All-Ireland Championship match in three years at the weekend but their fate in the competition could now be decided by a coin toss.
The Dubs defeated Derry in Group 2 of the Championship from which the top three teams progress to the quarter-finals in August.
Added to the draw in their match against Clare, manager Shane O'Brien's team lie on 3 points in third place ahead of the Banner County on 1 point.
If Clare beat Derry next Sunday, they will be level with Dublin but the Camogie Association, contacted twice by 98FM Sport today, have yet to confirm how it will be decided which team qualifies for the quarter-final.
Dublin forward Ali Twomey (pictured above) has been led to believe that, despite all the hard work put in by both counties, the decision will be made by a coin toss
Dublin GAA stars, Bernard Brogan, Johnny McCaffrey, Cian Boland, Sinéad Goldrick and Ali Twomey were joined by former Munster and New Zealand legend Doug Howlett, Irish amateur golfing twins, Leona and Lisa Maguire, and Irish tennis player Jenny Claffey to test their skills in the AIG Insurance Summer Splash event. To celebrate the event, AIG Insurance announced up to 15% discounts on their car, home and travel insurance products, to members of sporting clubs across their sponsorship partners. These are available at www.aig.ie/dubs or on 1890 50 27 27.