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Galway U21 hurlers have it all to do against highly-rated Limerick

The Galway U21 hurlers travel to Semple Stadium on Saturday to take on a highly-rated Limerick in the All-Ireland semi-final. The throw-in is at 6pm and the game is live on TG4.

Galway have the forwards to produce a winning performance

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The Galway senior hurlers will be hoping to win a second Leinster hurling title this Sunday when they take on Wexford in Croke Park (4pm).

Galway go down to impressive Dublin in the last U21 final

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Dublin became U21 All Ireland champions for the last time at the expense of Galway when the two sides met in O'Connor Park, Tullamore on Saturday.

Galway U21s readyto face highly-rated Kerry outfit

This Saturday afternoon at Cusack Park in Ennis (4.30pm) the Galway U21 footballers, who defeated Sligo after extra-time to become Connacht champions, will take on the Munster champions Kerry in the All Ireland semi-final.

Galway will need super display to beat Déise in U21 final

The Galway U21 hurlers, managed by Tony Ward and captained by Brian Molloy, will have it all to do this Saturday in the All-Ireland final when they take on a powerful and highly-fancied Waterford in Thurles (5pm).

Disappointed Donoghue focuses on the positives

Btterly disappointed by his team's one point defeat to Tipperary last weekend, Galway team manager Micheál Donoghue is trying to focus on the positives.

Bergin believes collective purpose will be key for Galway camogie

The Galway senior Camogie team will take on Kilkenny this Saturday at 3.45pm in Semple Stadium in Thurles in the All-Ireland semi-final.

Donoghue hopeful of a winning performance on Sunday

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Galway team manager Micheál Donoghue is expecting his team to produce a strong positive performance when they take on Westmeath in Mullingar this Sunday [3.30pm].

Galway footballers wary of hurting Royals

Following their impressive and well-deserved victory over Derry in Celtic Park at the weekend, the Galway senior footballers face Meath in Pearse Stadium this Sunday (2pm) in round four of the National Football League.

Hurlers head to Parnell Park after a positive league start

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The Galway hurlers will head up the motorway on Saturday afternoon to Parnell Park with a bounce in their step. They take on Dublin (7pm) in round two of the NHL after an impressive enough start to the league.

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