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The GAA has recently confirmed the membership of a new committee to examine the state of hurling and to draft proposals to ensure the continued health of the game.
Cork produced a late, late surge to see off Galway in a thrilling All-Ireland senior camogie championship semi-final at Nowlan Park last Saturday on a score-line of 3-10 to 0-12.
The Galway Camogie team to play Offaly in Banagher on Saturday (2.30pm) in their opening game of the championship has been selected by the management team of Tony Ward, Sharon Glynn and James McGrath.
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.
Galway will face Wexford again this year in the All-Ireland senior camogie final on September 11 at Croke Park after Noel Finn’s team had an impressive 2-13 to 2-7 victory over Kilkenny on Saturday afternoon in Nowlan Park.
Now it’s down to the real business.
The Galway Camogie senior squad will face Kilkenny in the last four of the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship on August 13 in a repeat of the 2009 semi-finals.
The Galway senior camogie team will be given a good indication of their current form when they take on Kilkenny in round six of the All-Ireland championship on Saturday in Duggan Park (4pm).