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The Galway senior ladies camogie team relinquished their all-Ireland title last Sunday when they went down to a highly motivated and skilful Kilkenny outfit in the Liberty Insurance all-Ireland senior semi-final at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick.
Galway senior and intermediate camogie team manager Tony Ward has every reason to be is looking forward to Sunday.
After a full round of group games last weekend the Cooper County Senir Hurling Championship is again in full swing this Saturday and Sunday, with the preliminary quarter-finals down for decision.
The Galway Senior Hurling Championship semi-finals are on this Sunday in Kenny Park, Athenry, with two mouth-watering clashes down for decision. First up at 2pm is Clarinbridge against Tynagh Abbey Duniry, followed at 3.45pm when Loughrea take on favourites Portumna.
It is usually difficult and can take a few years for most teams to adjust to the step-up from intermediate to senior level in either hurling or football.
The Cooper Senior Hurling Championship quarter-finals are down for decision this weekend with one game on Saturday evening, and the other games taking place in Ballinasloe and Athenry on Sunday.
This month 10 years ago in the All-Ireland quarter-final at Croke Park Waterford gave Galway a good trimming in Cyril Farrell’s last day in the managerial hot-seat. The Déise men won handily on a score-line of 1-20 to 1-10 with Tony Browne in superb form, hitting 0-7 from midfield.