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It is heart-warming to see the Galway Senior Camogie Team travelling to Croke Park on Saturday to play an All-Ireland final against Kilkenny, so, to honour the team of 2020, we thought to show you the team of 1937 who, having beaten Sligo in the Connacht final, went on to beat Antrim in Killester in the semi-final of that year. The score in the game was Galway 5 – 0 to Antrim’s 3 – 3.
Galway Camogie's bid to retain the O'Duffy Cup is hotting up as they prepare to take on Tipperary in this year's Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final on November 28.
All Ireland camogie champions Galway are preparing for a showdown with Cork when the two sides meet on Sunday in Pearse Stadium (2pm).
When Aidan Dunleavy calmly clipped the ball over the head of the advancing Jack Jenson to put Manulla 3-0 up after 29 minutes - it looked like his side could win this game by five or six or even more.
The two Mayo League sides in action of the last 64 of the FAI Junior Cup, booked their place in the last 32 of the competition with impressive wins over Munster opposition at home last Sunday.
Two of the three Mayo sides left in the FAI Junior Cup will be in round five action on Sunday - with the third team - Westport United - taking on the winners of the meeting between Balscadden and Liffey Wanders next weekend.
Every time in this wet late summer, when the skies opened and the heavens poured down upon us with a level of unprecedented ferocity, what followed brought a silver lining. Every soaking was followed by a drying; every flu was followed by sunburn. Every soaking cloud followed by the most blue of skies.
It wasn't to be for Manulla in Eamonn Deacy Park last Sunday in the TP Brennan Connacht Cup Final.
The big game last weekend was the meeting of Manulla and Castlebar Celtic in the semi-final of the Connacht Cup in Carramore.