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The Galway senior hurlers will be hoping to win a second Leinster hurling title this Sunday when they take on Wexford in Croke Park (4pm).
The Galway hurlers showed some genuinely exciting form, real intent and championship promise in a totally dominant 3-21 to 0-14 victory over current All-Ireland champions Tipperary last Sunday in the Allianz league final at the Gaelic grounds in Limerick.
Galway will be hoping to continue their winning form when they face All-Ireland champions Tipperary at the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday (3.30pm) in the league final.
This Sunday at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick, the Galway hurlers will take on the home side at 2pm for a place in the league final.
Following their disappointing and costly defeat to Wexford two weeks ago in Pearse Stadium, the Galway hurlers are expected to be far too strong for Laois this Sunday (2pm) at the same venue.
Sunday was a genuinely tough afternoon for Galway hurling supporters in a crowd of more than 7,000 at Pearse Stadium as they watched their team blow a good lead twice before going down to Wexford by 1-21 to 3-13.
Galway Teachers were crowned Interfirms Senior Hurling champions at the fifth attempt when they defeated reigning champions Medtronic 5-21 to 3-20 in the final in St Brendan’s Park, Loughrea, on Saturday.
All roads lead to Kenny Park on Sunday afternoon for two captivating county senior hurling semi-finals.
Any time a team loses a big game by a solitary point, there is major disappointment for those involved, their management team, and for their supporters.
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.