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Kevin Walsh was ratified as Galway senior football manager on a three year term and Galway senior hurling manager Anthony Cunningham will continue on for another two years following last Monday night’s county board meeting.
At half time on Sunday in O’Moore Park in the Leinster Hurling Championship quarter-final, Laois led by 0-16 to 1-7, and Galway looked in trouble.
Following last weekend’s impressive 0-28 to 1-12 victory over Dublin at Pearse Stadium, the county senior hurlers will head to Walsh Park this Sunday hoping to collect another two points against Waterford, and put themselves in a solid position in 1A of the National Hurling League.
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.
A wonderful two-goal salvo just before half time helped Tynagh-Abbey-Duniry collect their first county minor A title last weekend against Athenry in Pearse Stadium on a score-line of 2-15 to 1-14.
Pictured offering their support to the ‘Metre to a Mile’ fundraising event to be held in the Kingfisher Clubs next Friday November 21 were Matthew Clancy of the Galway Senior Football team and Eugene Cloonan of the Galway Senior Hurling Team. ‘Metre to a Mile’ is held in aid of GOAL with in excess of €42,000 being raised last year. The funds raised from this year’s event are going towards building houses in Uganda for people affected by AIDS and homelessness in one of the poorest countries in the world.
1. JOHN MCINTYRE WILL BE A BIG SUCCESS WITH THE GALWAY
New Galway hurling manager John McIntyre has already started to ring the changes.
A hungry Athenry camogie side face Cashel of Tipperary in the All Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship final on Sunday.