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The Galway minor hurlers take on Tipperary this Sunday in the All-Ireland semi-final in Croke Park (1.30pm) in an eagerly anticipated repeat of last year's decider, which Galway won.
The Galway senior hurlers produced an impressive and extremely hard working performance all over the field in Semple Stadium last Sunday afternoon to defeat Clare by 2-17 to 0-17, and qualify for an All-Ireland semi-final against Tipperary on August 14 in Croke Park.
The summer has finally arrived. Unfortunately the clear blue skies and heat waves you were expecting or more likely praying for, have not materialised as we batten down the hatches against the wind and rain. What's worse is your children are free from the shackles of school for the next few months and will be lazing around the house, bored with nothing to do, unable to go outside without being soaked to the bone. You know what they say about idle minds?
Galway hurling manager Micheál Donoghue does not do hyperbole.
Galway hurling manager Micheál Donoghue does not do hyperbole. The Clarinbridge man has been around hurling all his life and he knows the only real place for any team to do its talking is inside the white lines, during the 70 minutes that matter, on any given Sunday.
The Galway hurlers will face Offaly in the Leinster semi-final on Sunday week (June 19) after their solid 3-27 to 0-19 victory over Westmeath at the weekend.
The Galway senior hurlers take on Kieran Kingston's Cork this Sunday (3.45pm) at Pearse Stadium in a game to decide which team will stay in division 1A for 2017 or be demoted to division 1B.
The Galway hurlers head to Walsh Park in Waterford this Sunday (2pm) knowing they must, at the very least, win to avoid a relegation play-off with an improving Cork outfit to see who will play in division 1B next season.
The Galway hurlers went down by 1-17 to 0-13 last Saturday in Parnell Park.
The Galway hurlers will head up the motorway on Saturday afternoon to Parnell Park with a bounce in their step. They take on Dublin (7pm) in round two of the NHL after an impressive enough start to the league.