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O’Neill’s Galway hurlers need to be mind ready to face Limerick

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The odds may well be stacked against them, having to play their third game in 16 days, but Galway are well equipped to take on Munster champions Limerick on Sunday (4pm).

Massive task lies ahead, but O’Neill pleased with progress after Tipp nailbiter

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The task facing Galway hurlers when they take on Limerick in next Sunday’s All-Ireland hurling semi-final at Croke Park is a major one, but one which the Tribesmen are looking forward to, manager Shane O’Neill said this afternoon after their nail biting 3-23 to 2-24 victory over Tipperary.

Galway now focused on winner-takes-all hurling quarter-final after slipping up against the Cats

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A hugely disappointing ending to last Saturday’s provincial final against Kilkenny saw Galway let slip from their grasp a fourth Leinster title. .

Brilliant second half recovery as Tribesmen overwhelm Tipp'

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A 21 point second half blitz saw Galway overcome a seven point halftime deficit to defeat Tipperary at Pearse Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Brilliant second half recovery as Tribesmen overwhelm Tipp'

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A 21 point second half blitz saw Galway overcome a seven point halftime deficit to defeat Tipperary at Pearse Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Quarter-final up for grabs as Galway hurlers host Tipperary

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.

One-point loss to Waterford leaves Galway needing home wins

Galway senior hurlers require two positive results from their remaining home fixtures, starting on Sunday against Cork in Pearse Stadium (2pm).

Sharp Limerick a step too far for sluggish Galway

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A surge at the end of the first half and right at the start of the second saw Galway eventually fall to an inevitable eight-point reverse in front of 14,000 fans on Sunday afternoon.

Champions St Thomas made to sweat to keep title hopes alive

St Thomas survived a war of attrition against Tommy Larkins on Saturday afternoon to keep alive their dreams of retaining the county title for the first time, but they were really made to sweat by Ciaran Fahy’s side at a packed Kenny Park, prevailing 0-16 to 0-14.

Mellows take command with dominant display against Tommy Larkins

Liam Mellows kept themselves well placed for a top two finish in group one of the senior hurling championship with a dominant performance that saw off an underpar Tommy Larkins side by 1-18 to 3-8 in Kenny Park, Athenry, on Sunday afternoon.

 

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