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The Galway hurlers head to Croke Park this Sunday to take on Ger Cunningham's Dublin in the Leinter championship quarter-final (2pm).
Following Galway's defeat to Waterford in round two of the hurling league, and Kilkenny's stunning win over Tipperary, Anthony Cunningham's men are given little, if any, chance of a victory in Nowlan Park this Sunday (2pm) against Kilkenny in division 1A.
After last year’s Leinster final success and an All-Ireland final appearance, Galway hurling supporters were hopeful that 2013 would be a positive year at senior level for the county.
The Galway senior hurlers now know they need a phenomenal improvement if they are to get anything out of the 2013 season.
The Galway senior hurlers take their first steps in competitive action in the 2013 season when they face Carlow in the Bord Na Mona Walsh Cup this Sunday in Carlow (2pm).
Kinvara's Shane Kavanagh, who was the Galway senior hurling captain when they last won the league in 2010, has been recalled to the extended Galway hurling squad for the coming season.
Anthony Cunningham, the new Galway senior hurling manager, has not been long in making his presence felt, as he and selectors Tom Helebert and Mattie Kenny have dropped one third of the team which started the All-Ireland quarter-final against Waterford this year in a massive clear-out.
The improving Galway hurlers will face defeated Munster finalists Waterford on Sunday week at Semple Stadium at 4pm in the All-Ireland quarter final as a result of their impressive victory last Saturday over a shell shocked Cork outfit.
The Galway senior hurlers head to the Gaelic grounds this Saturday (4pm) to take on old rivals Cork with a place in the All-Ireland quarter-finals at stake.
The bookies are confident who will emerge victorious between Galway and Clare this Saturday evening in the All-Ireland hurling phase two tie at Pearse Stadium at 7pm.