Ulster champions Derry still await a response from the Ulster camogie board to see if their Ulster senior semi-final with Antrim will be changed to Saturday, May 26.
The game was fixed for Sunday, May 27, the same day as Derry's Ulster SFC clash with Donegal at Celtic Park (4.00).
Derry camogie manager John O'Dwyer confirmed to the County Derry Post of the county's request for change, based on the effect the clash would have on supporters attending their game with the Saffrons.
Representation was made 'three weeks ago' by Derry to the Ulster camogie board.
Ulster replied, saying they needed to check if Antrim would agree for the game to take place on Saturday.
Derry's camogie board have not received any indication, leaving uncertainly around planning for the fixture.
If there is no u-turn, there be split loyalties in the McGoldrick household.
Sean Leo returned to join his brother Liam on the football panel and their sister Grainne took up O'Dwyer's invitation to rejoin the camogie squad.
The camogie semi-final is fixed as a home game for Antrim, but Derry have not been informed of any time or venue for their Sunday fixture.
This weekend Derry have two games at the Athletic Grounds on different days.
On Saturday the senior hurlers face Armagh in round two of the Christy Ring Cup (1.00). Less than 24 hours later the minor football team play Fermanagh - on Sunday at 12.00 at the same venue.
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