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The Galway hurlers will know better than anyone that they need to up the intensity and passion, and produce a better overall performance than last Sunday if they are to beat Dublin in O'Connor Park, Tullamore, on Saturday (4.45pm).
1. Gort's greater hunger and desire for victory
This Sunday at Kenny Park (1.30pm) the county senior hurling championship final sees Gort, the 2011 champions, take on Portumna, the 2013 champions, in what promises to be an epic battle to see which club takes home the Tom Callanan Cup for 2014.
Gort did enough on Sunday in Kenny Park to book their place in the 2014 county senior hurling final when they defeated Beagh by eight points, 1-15 to 0-10.
Most supporters leaving Kenny Park on Sunday afternoon will have had some degree of sympathy for Loughrea, who were rather unfortunate to lose against a lethargic Portumna outfit.
At half time on Sunday in O’Moore Park in the Leinster Hurling Championship quarter-final, Laois led by 0-16 to 1-7, and Galway looked in trouble.
Both Galway city club senior hurling sides are in second round championship action this Saturday in Kenny Park. And both clubs face formidable opposition in their effort to stay in the 2014 championship race.
The Galway senior hurlers travel to Limerick on Sunday to take on the home side at the Gaelic Grounds (3.30pm) in the National Hurling league quarter-final.
Following last weekend’s impressive 0-28 to 1-12 victory over Dublin at Pearse Stadium, the county senior hurlers will head to Walsh Park this Sunday hoping to collect another two points against Waterford, and put themselves in a solid position in 1A of the National Hurling League.
Medtronic senior hurlers retained their county interfirms title when they had eight points to spare over an understrength Galway Teachers in Clarenbridge on Saturday.