The Camogie Association has confirmed that the draws for this year's Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Championships will take place later this week.
At 5.30pm on Thursday, the draws will be streamed live from Croke Park on the Camogie Association's Facebook page.
Eleven teams will contest the All-Ireland Senior Championship, with last season's champions Galway defending the O'Duffy Cup against Kilkenny, Limerick, Offaly, Wexford, Cork, Tipperary, Waterford, Dublin, Clare and Westmeath
Last year's Intermediate winners Westmeath are set to compete in the top-flight for the first time and there won't be automatic promotion or relegation this term.
Teams will be drawn into round-robin groups in the revised Championship, ahead of progressing to the knock-out stages.
A date of October 17th has been set for the resumption of the inter-county season with club competitions getting back underway later this month.
The National Camogie League wasn't finished earlier this season due to the coronavirus pandemic and the All-Ireland Minor Championships have also been lost - though provincial minor competitions will be played later this year.
"All dates and details are subject to change based on the latest advice from the Government Health Authorities and we will update our plans accordingly should this arise," the association recently said of their fixture plans.