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The Galway ladies had to endure yet more league final disappointment when going down by 0-14 to 1-10 to Cork last weekend in O’Moore Park in the National League division one final replay.
The Galway Ladies have qualified for the division one league semi-final against Dublin on Sunday week after an impressive 1-16 to 2-06 victory over Mayo last weekend.
Galway Ladies and Dublin were forced to share the spoils, 2-9 to 1-12, after an entertaining division one round two clash in the Tesco Home Grown NFL.
There were only four points to separate the sides on the scoreboard at the end of the game in MacHale Park on Sunday afternoon, but in reality the gap on the field was much, much bigger as Galway never once look in trouble over the course of the contest. Mayo made numerous, elementary mistakes that they will be kicking themselves about over the coming days and know that if they had cut them out they could have been in with a real fighters chance going down the home straight.
Galway head with confidence to Clare for their fourth Tesco Home Grown NFL fixture on Sunday (2pm).
Galway Ladies consigned Fermanagh to the bottom of the table when they produced a whopping 6-22 to 0-5 victory in Sunday’s Tesco Home Grown NFL division two contest.
Galway Ladies’ NFL campaign is up and running with a solid 1-12 to 0-6 victory over Down in Tuam Stadium on Sunday.
Galway Ladies retained their Connacht crown with a deserved 0-16 to 1-9 victory over neighbours Mayo in Tuam Stadium on Sunday.
Galway came out on top by the narrowest of margins, 2-9 to 2-8, against Kildare in the Tesco Home Grown NFL semi-final in Banagher on Sunday.
Galway Ladies, forced to settle for a draw with Kildare on opening day of their NFL division 2 campaign, now host Waterford in Tuam Stadium on Sunday (2pm).