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Though Westmeath were eventually beaten 2-15 to 1-13 by Offaly in last Sunday’s Bord Na Mona Walsh Cup opener, new manager Michael Ryan was encouraged by the midlanders' second half performance.
Galway advanced to the 2012 Leinster final with ease on Sunday, overcoming Offaly in Portlaoise by 14 points, 5-23 to 3-15.
On Sunday afternoon in O’Moore Park (2pm), the Galway hurlers face Offaly in the 2012 Leinster semi-final.
It may seem churlish to nit-pick when a team wins a championship game by 10 points, but the Galway management team and the Galway players will know they will have to be much more imposing and tight at the back when they face Offaly on June 17 in Portlaoise in the Leinster semi-final (2pm throw-in).
Eat, the new gastropub experience, will launch this week at Massimo on William Street.
If last Sunday’s hurling action is anything to go by we are in for one hell of a summer. After watching some tame games during the league I must admit I was worried that we would live in the shadow of football again this year. However, after last Sunday it looks as though the hurlers can give the big ball players a good run for their money this year.
Following their facile win over Wexford last Sunday in Pearse Stadium, the Galway hurlers face Offaly in O’Connor Park in Tullamore at 1pm this Sunday.
The Cats may have been one of the last counties out of the blocks in this year’s championship, but when the time arose last Sunday they sent out a severe message to the rest of the contenders that they mean business again this year.
The Galway senior hurlers head to Portlaoise on Saturday (7pm) for the Leinster semi-final replay against Offaly, hoping to redeem themselves and give their supporters something to cheer about after a poor team performance last Sunday in Croke Park.
The Galway senior hurlers face Offaly at Croke Park this Sunday in the Leinster semi-final with a 4pm throw-in, and based on recent form the Tribesmen are expected to hold sway.