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Galway senior ladies have no fresh injury worries ahead of their crunch All-Ireland semi-final with Kerry in Birr on Saturday (4pm).
Mayo manager James Horan has no fresh injury worries so far in the build up to Sunday week’s All Ireland semi-final against Dublin. Speaking to the media this week in the lead into the game the Ballintubber club man said: “No, not outside Andy [Moran], we’re in pretty good form, and training well. Ronan McGarrity has a sore calf muscle. But outside that we’re in good shape.”
Galway senior ladies are hoping to reach the final four for the first time since 2005 when they take on Clare in Birr on Saturday (4.15pm).
The Galway hurlers take on Jimmy Barry Murphy’s Cork in Páirc Uí Chaoimh (12.45pm) in an attractive double header with the Cork and Kerry footballers (2.30pm).
Old friends become rivals this evening (7.30pm) as Edinburgh make their first visit to the Galway Sportsground under former Connacht coach Michael Bradley. With just three points between the sides in the RaboDirect Pro 12 table, both outfits will be gunning for the points, irrespective of past associations.
Old friends become rivals tomorrow evening (7.30pm) as Edinburgh make their first visit to the Galway Sportsground under former Connacht coach Michael Bradley.
Connacht coach Eric Elwood continues to sweat on the availability of some key players for the first interprovincial of this season’s RaboDirect Pro 12. Elwood is delaying naming his starting XV for Saturday’s clash with Leinster at the RDS (5pm) to allow players as much time as possible to recover. Key players include captain Gavin Duffy (calf), winger Tiernan O’Halloran (hamstring), and Eoin Griffin (hamstring). Also carrying injuries, but expected to recover are Frank Murphy (groin), Henry Fa’afili (hip), TJ Anderson (ribs) and Brian Tuohy. James Loxton, who came on as a replacement in his first Pro 12 game last weekend, is ruled out with a medial strain, joining Keith Matthews, Miah Nikora, and Andrew Browne and George Naoupu
Connacht coach Eric Elwood continues to sweat on the availability of some key players for the first interprovincial of this season’s RaboDirect Pro 12.
The Galway ladies senior footballers are looking to produce a shock when they face current All-Ireland champions Dublin in Birr on Saturday in round two of the qualifiers. Following their disappointing Connacht final defeat at the hands of Mayo last month, Gay O’Brien’s outfit are hoping to kickstart what has been a difficult year following their relegation from division dne of the national league.
Galway will put their unbeaten record on the line when they take on Cork in the Bord Gáis Energy Ladies National Football League division one final on Saturday (5.15pm).