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The Galway senior hurlers take their first step on the road to rehabilitation after their 18-point defeat to Tipperary when they face Waterford at Walsh Park at 2.30pm this Sunday in the last round of the NHL.
There were only two parties rubbing their hands with pleasure after last weekend’s strange round of league action. Those were the Tipperary management team and the GAA authorities. Tipperary sent out a statement of intent with an emphatic victory over Galway at Salthill. As for the GAA they will be delighted that at least four teams are still in the hunt for a league final spot when the last round is played in a fortnight’s time.
Nobody heading into Pearse Stadium on Sunday afternoon could have foreseen the absolute tanking Galway received at the hands of the reigning All Ireland champions Tipperary.
Galway hurling supporters are making a big push to encourage fans through the gate for this Sunday's National League clash between the current champions Galway and All Ireland holdersTipperary at Pearse Stadium (2.30pm).
John McIntyre’s side will play their last game on home turf for 2011 on Sunday when they take on the All Ireland champions Tipperary in Pearse Stadium at 2.30pm.
The Galway hurlers enjoyed a terrific league win over Kilkenny on Sunday at Pearse Stadium and it was all the more memorable by virtue of how it was achieved.
The Galway hurlers must bounce back quickly from their three-point defeat to Cork (1-20 to 1-17) last weekend when they take on Kilkenny on Sunday in Pearse Stadium (2.30pm).
After two high scoring and trouble-free wins over Wexford and Offaly, the Galway senior hurlers face Cork in Páirc Uí Chaoimh this Sunday at 2.30pm.
Galway hurlers are topping the Allianz Hurling League table with two wins from their opening outings.