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Ireland's Junior World Championship winger, Galwegians Ciaran Gaffney, outhalf Conor McKeon, and centre Peter Robb are among the new quintet, along with hooker Jack Dineen and backrow Marc Kelly.
Galway turned on its best weather for incoming Connacht coach Pat Lam who arrived in the city on Monday evening.
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Galwegians came away with four vital points in a hard-fought battle away to Old Crescent in this re-arranged Ulster Bank Division 2a fixture in Limerick on Saturday.
Galwegians face a must-win fixture in Saturday’s Ulster Bank League if they harbour real hopes of forcing their way into the top four.
Galwegians secured their first away Ulster Bank League victory of the season when they outscored City of Derry by three tries to two on Saturday.
Galwegians lost a game they appeared to have in the bag when they conceded two late tries to lose by the narrowest of margins, 34 - 33, to Old Wesley in Donnybrook on Saturday.
Connacht front row players Ethienne Reynecke and Rodney Ah You will feature in today’s Connacht Eagles fixture against Munster A at the Galway Sportsground (3pm).
Buccaneers remain in the hunt for promotion after eking out a 12 - 6 victory over Connacht rivals Galwegians at Dubarry Park on Friday evening.
•Connacht Rugby’s A team enjoyed a successful outing in Edinburgh recently, recording a 56 - 3 victory over the Scottish Students. The Connacht team, coached by Nigel Carolan, comprised a handful of current senior squad members, young academy players, and members of Connacht’s Grand Slam winning u-20 team. It included the up-and-coming Shane Leyden, Robbie Henshaw, Tadgh Leader, Danny Qualter, and Jack Carty.