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Sunday was a tough day for Galway supporters who were fortunate enough to get a ticket to the 2018 All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship final in Croke Park.
When the shrill of the final whistle echoes around the cauldron that will be Croke Park on Sunday afternoon, will it be back-to-back All Ireland senior hurling titles for the first time in three decades for Galway, or will Limerick have bridged a 45-year gap since last annexing the Liam McCarthy Cup?
Watching the third episode of the documentary The Game on RTÉ One it was lovely to look back at Joe Connolly's rousing speech in 1980 after that team won the All-Ireland final and broke into the top tier of hurling again.
There can be no complacency when the Galway senior hurlers travel up the motorway to take on Clare in Croke Park in the All-Ireland semi-final on Saturday (5pm).
TheFruitBrothers.ie, which launched in June, is bringing the best of what you fancy fruit wise to Galway businesses. Under the direction of the Burke Brothers, who run Burkes Fruit & Veg Ltd, this new service is ensuring that Galway companies have the option to eat better during working hours with daily fruit box deliveries into offices, work spaces, and businesses.
The hurling league quarter-final between Galway and Wexford, which was postponed due to snow last weekend, will take place on Saturday in Innovate Wexford Park (3pm).
The Galway senior hurlers face Limerick this Sunday in Pearse Stadium (2.30pm) in their rescheduled round five league game, preceded by the Galway footballers against Monaghan with a 12.30pm throw-in.
The Galway senior hurlers face Limerick in their round five league game on Sunday in Pearse Stadium (2.30pm).
Taking slugs from a water bottle, still dripping in sweat from the effort of battle a short time earlier, Joseph Cooney sat patiently alongside manager Mícheál Donoghue under the Hogan Stand on Sunday evening.
At times it was sparkling, others nerve wracking, but at the end of the day it was just brilliant as Galway ended a 29-year wait to bring the Liam MacCarthy Cup west of the Shannon for the fifth time.