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The atmosphere in the stands and on the terraces in Croke Park around 5.30pm last Sunday afternoon was absolutely electric.
The Galway senior hurling panel will head up the motorway this weekend knowing they face a severe test of their All-Ireland credentials from Tipperary in Sunday's All-Ireland semi-final at Croke Park (4pm),
The Galway hurlers were far too strong last Sunday for Ger Cunningham's Dublin outfit in O'Connor Park in Tullamore
The Galway senior hurlers, under team manager Micheál Donoghue and selectors Frannie Forde and Noel Larkin, kick off their 2017 championship with a Leinster quarter-final against Dublin in O'Connor Park (Tullamore) on Sunday (4pm).
Following their facile 3-31 to 1-11 victory over Laois last weekend at Pearse Stadium, the Galway hurlers head to Tralee to take on Kerry (2pm) on Sunday in round four of the league.
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.
Twelve months is a long time in sport. This time last year Clarinbridge native Micheál Donoghue and Michael Ryan were helping Eamon O'Shea in the backroom of the Tipperary senior hurling team which was beaten by Anthony Cunningham's Galway. That 2015 All-Ireland semi-final was an epic game with Galway prevailing 0-26 to 3-16.
Galway hurling manager Micheál Donoghue does not do hyperbole.
Galway hurling manager Micheál Donoghue does not do hyperbole. The Clarinbridge man has been around hurling all his life and he knows the only real place for any team to do its talking is inside the white lines, during the 70 minutes that matter, on any given Sunday.
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].