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Galway supporters form new Tribesmen GAA club

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A new Galway GAA Supporters’ Club was launched this week at the G Hotel by county chairman Noel Treacy.

Tommy Larkins shock St Thomas

The big shock last weekend in the county hurling championship was 8/1 outsiders Tommy Larkins beating 2013 All-Ireland champions St Thomas by 2-15 to 0-19.

Castlegar hurlers into the championship quarter-finals

The Castlegar hurlers advanced to the last eight in the Galway senior championship following an exciting 1-17 to 2-13 victory over Kinvara at Kenny Park on Saturday evening.

Experienced Loughrea will be hard to beat

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In a novel pairing, this Sunday's county senior hurling final sees Loughrea take on newcomers St Thomas at Pearse Stadium (2pm).

St Thomas advance to first county final

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It may have taken them a while, but last Sunday in Kenny Park the young guns of St Thomas, who stood up and were counted at key times, were rewarded with a one-point victory (1-16 to 1-15 ) over gallant county champions Gort.

St Thomas tipped to oust champions in hurling semi-final

St Thomas v Gort (Kenny Park 1.30pm)

Galway must believe to achieve

"Commit. Focus. Believe. Achieve " - the recipe for Donegal’s All Ireland success, according to manager Jim McGuinness. In three days time, the Galway hurlers will have to do the same.

Hurlers do the business to set up All-Ireland date for first time in seven years

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There was a fantastic sense of satisfaction and contentment for Galway fans in Croke Park on Sunday after a five-point victory (0-22 to 0-17) over Cork saw them into the All Ireland final for the first time in seven years.

New-look Galway impress against Dublin

There was a positive vibe in Pearse Stadium on Sunday after a young and new-look Galway side comprehensively defeated Dublin by 0-20 to 0-13 in the first round of the league.

Cats too strong for inexperienced Galway

Kilkenny boss Brian Cody likes to make statements of intent and by recalling many of his big guns and giving Galway a nine-point trimming last Sunday at Pearse Stadium, 2-20 to 1-14, he laid down a small marker for the year.

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