The Camogie Association have confirmed that it is offering a play-off game to Clare and Dublin.
The governing body has performed a dramatic u-turn after both counties refused to take part in this morning's scheduled coin toss to decide which team advanced to the All Ireland quarter-final.
The Camogie Association says that the play-off will take place this Saturday, at 2pm in Semple Stadium.
In a statement the Camogie Association said: “Ard Chomhairle took the decision in order to find a solution to the impasse which arose after both Clare and Dublin Camogie Boards withdrew, after objecting to the pre-determined competition procedures to identify the fourth quarter-finalist in the Liberty Insurance Senior All-Ireland Championship.”
The winners will advance to an All Ireland quarter-final against Wexford two days later on August 3rd.