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This weekend the Galway hurlers put away their club colours after a hectic few weeks of domestic action, and don the maroon and white again when they take their 2014 championship bow on Sunday against Laois in the Leinster quarter-final at Portlaoise (4pm).
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.
Portumna and title holders St Thomas faced each other in Athenry on Sunday in a high profile senior championship clash in Group A, which attracted a good crowd to Kenny Park.
Tuam Stars and their supporters will be in high spirits this week after their tremendous and deserved one-point victory over Mountbellew/Moylough on Sunday.
After a long break over the summer months, the Cooper Galway Senior Hurling Championship resumes with two attractive fixtures this Sunday at 6pm in Killimor and Athenry.
The Galway hurlers face their first major test of the 2011 championship when they play Dublin in the Leinster championship semi-final on Saturday evening in O’Connor Park in Tullamore (7pm).
The Galway senior hurlers start their third senior Leinster championship campaign on Saturday when they take on Westmeath at 7pm in Cusack Park, Mullingar.
The Galway senior hurlers take their first step on the road to rehabilitation after their 18-point defeat to Tipperary when they face Waterford at Walsh Park at 2.30pm this Sunday in the last round of the NHL.
This Sunday in Parnell Park the Galway hurlers will face Dublin in a crucial tie which could decide the 2011 league finalists.
Kilkenny suffered their first league defeat of the 2011 Allianz Hurling League when they lost to defending champions, Galway, in an exciting encounter in Pearse Stadium. Having enjoyed an excellent start, thanks to early goals from Michael Fennelly and Eddie Brennan, Kilkenny led by 2-3 to no score after seven minutes but they gradually lost their way after this and trailed by two points at the break 2-7 to Galway to Kilkenny's 2-5.