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Hurlers need to hit form against the Cats on Sunday

The Galway hurlers head to Tullamore (4pm) on Sunday to take on Kilkenny in the Leinster semi-final.

Healy and Tannion still doubtful as Galway face in-form Cats

The Galway senior hurlers and their loyal supporters will head down the motorway from Gort this Sunday morning to face Kilkenny in the league semi-final at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick (2pm).

Hurlers 5/1 outsiders against Kilkenny

Following Galway's defeat to Waterford in round two of the hurling league, and Kilkenny's stunning win over Tipperary, Anthony Cunningham's men are given little, if any, chance of a victory in Nowlan Park this Sunday (2pm) against Kilkenny in division 1A.

Limerick go to the next stage in hawk-eye appeal

Limerick's attempts to overturn the result of their recent All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship semi-final against Galway will see them take their case to the Disputes Resolution Authority.

Hurlers need to improve to reach semi-finals

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Few saw Dublin giving Galway a 12 point drubbing (2-25 to 2-13) in the Leinster final, and how the players and management team respond to that defeat will be interesting.

Hurling chairman urges support

Galway hurling chairman, Joe Byrne, is urging all Galway supporters to head to Croke Park on Sunday in support of the county’s hurlers in the Leinster final against Dublin (4pm).

Galway’s forward flair could have the edge

Denis Walsh (Sunday Times)

Hurlers face resurgent Tipp on Monday

The Galway hurlers will try to bounce back from their two-point defeat to Clare last Sunday in Ennis when they welcome Tipperary to Salthill this Bank Holiday Monday (2pm).

40,000 hurling fans flock eastwards for mouthwatering final replay

More than 42,000 Galway hurling fans are expected to travel eastwards this weekend for the All-Ireland hurling final replay in a bid to witness the ending of a quarter century of disappointment.

Galway must believe to achieve

"Commit. Focus. Believe. Achieve " - the recipe for Donegal’s All Ireland success, according to manager Jim McGuinness. In three days time, the Galway hurlers will have to do the same.

 

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