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Following Galway’s impressive 3-14 to 0-10 victory over Wexford last Saturday in Kenny Park they are through to this year’s All-Ireland senior semi-final.
It is difficult to believe any county could suffer the heartbreak of losing five All-Ireland senior finals in any code in the space of 14 years. Yet that is the painfully cold statistic that faces Galway Camogie after another shattering defeat in a senior decider last Sunday in Croke Park.
After the bitter disappointment of last year’s two-point defeat to Wexford in the All-Ireland final there is a strong belief this year’s Galway camogie panel can collect the senior title on Sunday in Croke Park (4pm) when they face Wexford again.
The Galway senior camogie team heads to the capital on Saturday with high hopes of registering a win over a Dublin side that has yet to collect any points from their four games.
The Galway senior Camogie team will face Offaly this Saturday in the All-Ireland series at Pearse Stadium at 5pm in a double header with the Galway v Clare All-Ireland hurling championship tie.
Killimor produced an exhibition of incredible camogie power play on Sunday in Croke Park to blow Inniscarra out of sight in the senior All-Ireland final.
This Sunday in Croke Park theAll-Ireland camogie finals take place and Killimor will contest a historic first senior final against Inniscarra (Cork) at 3pm.
It’s a challenge Galway have never overcome. The county’s intermediate camogie players take centre stage on Saturday when they meet Cork in the All Ireland camogie final at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick, knowing they have the chance to write themselves into the history books.