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The Galway hurlers head to Walsh Park in Waterford this Sunday (2pm) knowing they must, at the very least, win to avoid a relegation play-off with an improving Cork outfit to see who will play in division 1B next season.
The Galway hurlers went down by 1-17 to 0-13 last Saturday in Parnell Park.
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.
The Galway hurlers, under the new guidance of Micheál Donoghue, start their National Hurling League 1A campaign on Sunday at Pearse Stadium (2pm) against Cork.
Mary Hannigan of The Irish Times is one of my favourite journalists. Her TV View column in Monday’s Times is a must read as her humour, caustic wit, and wry take on things invariably brings a smile to my lips.
Galway led by three points at half time in Sunday's All-Ireland senior final, and for a few brief minutes at the interval some supporters talked of pressing on and winning the game from that position.
Mary Hannigan of The Irish Times is one of my favourite journalists.
After a brilliant first half display, Galway fell asunder under the pressure of Kilkenny’s grip in the second half as the Cats ran out four point winners on the scoreboard. Joe Canning’s late consolation goal closed the gap back to four, but in reality Kilkenny were much further ahead at the end that the scoreboard suggested.
First match for Galway:
Joe Canning v Joey Holden