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The restructuring of the Minor Championship in 2018 meant that Galway would be given extra game time out on the field as they pursued a second minor title in as many seasons. This is how they made it to the this Sunday's decider.
Jeffrey Lynskey has been a successful manager with the Galway minor hurlers over the past few seasons, guiding the county to titles in 2015 and 2017 and to another final this Sunday when his charges take on Kilkenny on Sunday in Croke Park (1pm).
First up and into the fray next Sunday on All Ireland hurling final day at Croke Park are the Galway minors who take on Kilkenny (1pm).
In what has been described by many observers as the greatest hurling championship in living memory, the Galway Advertiser takes a look back on how Micheál Donoghue secured their place in this Sunday's decider.
O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering for sale this superb four bedroom detached residence offering space and style in abundance both internally and externally. Located at Moneyteige, Craughwell, Co Galway, this property offers tranquil and scenic living close to all of the amenities and services that one would require for modern family living.
Galway's Ladies footballers will have a chance to avenge their one point semi-final defeat to Dublin in the Lidl NFL semi-finals after they secured a safe passage to the last four of the TG4 All-Ireland senior championship with a resounding 11 point victory over Connacht rivals Mayo in Dr Hyde Park.
Travelling up the motorway on Saturday afternoon to Croke Park for the All-Ireland semi-final, we listened to Padraic Joyce (Galway), Dick Clerkin (Monaghan) and Liam Kearns (Tipperary manager) on Off the Ball on Newstalk to pass an hour of the journey, and all three pointed out that Galway would have to produce an exceptional performance to keep the Dubs at bay.
Salthill was a quiet fishing village, existing independently from Galway town, until the Victorian obsession for health and fresh air eventually came to the west of Ireland. Invigorating salt-sea baths, salt-water showers, and, as I mentioned in former weeks, confined bathing opportunities for women; but where men could hire togs for some manly swimming and diving. By 1828 it was noted that there were 40 to 50 neat lodges along its sea shore, where there were only two or three a few years before.
It is what we always knew, but now it is official - Galway is one of the most friendly cities in the world.
Six Galway organisations have been named as winners in the first National Lottery Good Causes Awards.