Search Results for 'C Mannion'
9 results found.
Fourth-quarter goals by Conor Whelan and Cathal Mannion helped a resurgent Galway overturn an eight-point first half deficit to end Tipperary’s involvement in the National League in front of a crowd of 5,750 enthralled spectators on yet another horrible afternoon weather-wise for sport in the west.
An encouraging mix of resilience and application were the dominant features of the Galway hurlers' late surge against Cork, the 2-18 to 1-16 win setting up another knock-out fixture against Tipperary this Sunday (2pm) in Pearse Stadium to decide who will progress from Group A to the quarter-finals.
After a breathless finale last Sunday afternoon, when Galway’s best performance of the season was rewarded with a one-point win over Kilkenny in Nowlan Park, the Leinster hurling championship has a Super Saturday evening to look forward to this weekend when two matches will remove one team from the All-Ireland race.
way’s disappointing defeat to Waterford last Sunday came with the news that Joe Canning’s injury is not as serious as was first feared when the Galway talisman was stretchered off in injury time in Nowlan Park.
The Galway hurlers' reward for an encouraging second-half display against Wexford on Saturday is another lengthy road trip this weekend to take on Waterford in Nowlan Park on Sunday (3.30pm).
The 2018 Leinster hurling championship final on July 1 in Croke Park will see Galway face their old nemesis Kilkenny in what promises to be an intriguing final.
The Galway hurlers follow up their opening day narrow 1-19 to 1-16 win over Antrim with a trip to O’Moore Park on Saturday evening (7pm) for a round two clash with Laois.
The Galway hurlers are back in the Leinster final for a third year in a row courtesy of a facile win over Offaly at O’Moore Park in Portlaoise on Sunday.`
Following their facile 3-31 to 1-11 victory over Laois last weekend at Pearse Stadium, the Galway hurlers head to Tralee to take on Kerry (2pm) on Sunday in round four of the league.