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Hurlers need to produce a big performance to beat Tipp

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The Galway senior hurlers are 2/1 outsiders this Sunday to defeat Eamon O' Shea's Tipperary in the All-Ireland semi-final at Croke Park (4pm).

Hurlers face Cody's cats on home turf on Sunday

The Galway county senior hurlers will know a fair bit more about their progress after they play the 2014 All-Ireland champions Kilkenny at Pearse Stadium (2pm) in round three of the National Hurling League.

Hurlers face a wounded Tipperary in crucial Thurles tie on Sunday

The Galway senior hurlers will travel to Thurles on Sunday (2pm) to take on a panel of Tipperary players that will be hurting from last Sunday's embarrassing 2-20 to 0-14 defeat to Dublin in Parnell Park.

Hurlers in Walsh Cup final

The Galway senior hurlers will face Dublin in the Walsh Cup final this Sunday at 5pm in Croke Park.

Craughwell aim to show Portumna the exit door on Sunday

A mouth-watering contest between current All-Ireland champions Portumna and Craughwell outfit is the highlight of this weekend’s Galway Senior Hurling Championship action.

Portumna sneak past Loughrea at the death

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Most supporters leaving Kenny Park on Sunday afternoon will have had some degree of sympathy for Loughrea, who were rather unfortunate to lose against a lethargic Portumna outfit.

Last season’s finalists headline hurling quarter-finals

The four county senior hurling quarter-finals are down for decision this weekend.

Hurlers blown out of championship by Tipperary

The Galway hurlers led Tipperary in the All-Ireland qualifier last Saturday in Semple Stadium by 4-12 to 1-15 after 52 minutes.

Back to Tullamore for Galway hurlers on Saturday

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Anthony Cunningham's senior hurlers must do it all again, and more, when they face their nemesis Kilkenny in the replay of the Leinster semi-final on Saturday in Tullamore (7pm).

Hurlers display against Laois is a cause for concern

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At half time on Sunday in O’Moore Park in the Leinster Hurling Championship quarter-final, Laois led by 0-16 to 1-7, and Galway looked in trouble.

 

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