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After their marvellous All-Ireland success in 2013, it is back to the drawing board for Alan Flynn's Galway u-21 footballers when they face Leitrim this Saturday (4.30pm) in Carrick-on-Shannon in the Connacht semi-final.
Since January 1, it has been mandatory for all GAA football players to wear gumshields during both training and games, and it is estimated that only about 20 per cent of players prior to this wore mouthguards on a regular basis.
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Both Alan Mulholland and Anthony Cunningham remain in their respective positions as managers of the Galway senior football and hurling teams for 2014, but both men are bringing in some new faces to their backroom teams.
Galway senior football manager Alan Mulholland, who was a selector with the u-21 management team, will not be rushing the youngsters into senior championship action.
The Galway u-21 footballers picked the ideal occasion to produce an exemplary team performance in defeating Cork by 1-14 to 1-11 in the All-Ireland final on Saturday evening in Limerick’s Páirce na nGael.
Galway u-21 football manager Alan Flynn is issuing a passionate plea to GAA supporters to travel to Limerick on Saturday evening to support the Galway team in the All-Ireland football final against Cork (7pm).
The Galway u-21 football panel will head down to Limerick this Saturday afternoon with the prime objective of collecting another All-Ireland at that grade for the county.
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