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The Galway hurlers face a severe test of their credentials this Sunday afternoon at Croke Park (4pm). In order to annex what would be the county's second Leinster title, they will need to produce a top-class display against current All-Ireland champions Kilkenny.
A European title fight is the headline event at the Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing Club’s fight night on Saturday in the Menlo Park Hotel.
The good news for Alan Mulholland and his management team before they face Mayo next Sunday in McHale Park (2pm) in the Connacht final is that niggling injuries to Shane Walsh, Joss Moore, James Kavanagh and team captain Paul Conroy have all cleared up and all men are available for selection for Sunday's clash.
The Galway footballers started their Connacht championship campaign with a comprehensive victory over a disappointing London last Sunday in Ruislip.
The dust has just about settled on the group stages of the Mayo championship and there is never a weekend that goes by that you are not intrigued or partly shocked by some of the results. I’m not quite the expert tipster I thought I was- our east Mayo friends in Aughamore let me down (Jimmy Killeen- the lethal Garrymore forward bagging himself eight points) along with Tomas Tierney’s Westport who failed to deliver on their promising victory in Tourmakeady.
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 county player Michael Meehan is coordinating and coaching in a Galway football camp, which starts next Monday (June 24) at Loughgeorge.
The Galway senior footballers will be able to watch the St Patrick’s Day parade in comfort, or take in the club finals in Croke Park on Sunday as they are in action on Saturday night, against Laois in O’Moore Park at 7pm.
Hurling fever is at a zenith in the city and county this week as the senior hurlers get ready for Sunday’s showdown with Cork which could see them advance to an All-Ireland senior final for the first time in seven years.
This Sunday in Croke Park (3.30pm) Galway will try might and main to advance to their first all-Ireland senior hurling final in seven years.