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Ballaghaderreen v Breaffy
The much anticipated hurling championship swings into action this weekend and here's hoping it will be the start of a brilliant summer's action. Three games are down for decision - Waterford Vs Offaly, Laois Vs Galway in Leinster and the old enemies Tipperary Vs Cork in Munster.
With both club and county championships up and running for the past few weeks, it is an opportune time to cast an eye over the likely winners and losers for the year ahead. Whether you like a small flutter or just a fantasy bet, here are my predictions, for what they’re worth. It’s worth bearing in mind that I’ll probably put the blight on my chosen teams.
The Leinster hurling draw last Sunday evening saw Kilkenny and Galway both get the short straw. The pairing of these two counties at this early stage would not be ideal for either team or the association as a whole.
While Galway United's recent form has wavered slightly, there is no disguising that an adequate start has been made to the League of Ireland season.
This Sunday’s Connacht semi-final between Galway and Sligo at Markievicz Park has a classic “hot favourites v massive outsiders” feel to it, and is in truth a potential banana skin for Galway.
This Sunday’s Connacht semi-final between Galway and Sligo at Markievicz Park has a classic “Hot Favourites v Massive Outsiders” feel to it, and is in truth a potential banana skin for Galway.
A fourth straight win over St Patrick’s Athletic is an encouraging sign for Galway United as they enter tomorrow’s Terryland Park clash with Dundalk.
“If I was to keep everyone informed on Ronan McGarrity’s situation all the time over the last two weeks, I’d have had to been giving hourly briefings.” Preparation for a provincial final is never an easy thing, but for John O’Mahony the last two weeks have seen him be asked about one thing more than most, Will Ronan McGarrity play?
Eight teams remain in contention for All-Ireland glory after last weekend’s busy schedule. The main event was the 120th playing of the Munster Hurling Final. Considering the importance of Thurles to the GAA, it was probably fitting that the home county Tipperary landed the spoils.