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No word from Galway hurling mentors over state of play for long trek to Antrim

NOT a dicky bird from the Galway hurling camp this week despite repeated attempts to contact members of the team mana...

Pres Athenry lose their way in second-half of semi-final

Árd Scoil Rís   1-14 Pres Athenry   1-9 Eanna O’Reilly in Tulla PRESENTATION College, Athenry flattered to d...

Shefflin demands more of squad after confirming Cooney injury blow

GALWAY hurlers have suffered a significant injury blow with the news that attacker Kevin Cooney faces several months ...

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Makeshift Galway have no answer to hungry Wexford

Wexford 1-21 Galway 0-16 THOUGH their hands were tied somewhat due to a combination of injuries and Fitzgibbon Cup commitments, the Galway se...

Early days but Galway are shaping with some promise

Galway 6-29 Laois 2-20 IT’S way too early in the year to be making bold statements about what 2024 might have in store for the Galway hurlers...

No venue or opponents decided for Galway hurlers first fixture of 2024

THE turkey and ham are barely digested but it won’t stop the Galway hurlers from swinging into competitive action for 2024 on Sunday. That’s all...

It’s a stroll for Sarsfields in a big win over Killimordaly

Sarsfields 3-27 Killimordaly 1-18 John McIntyre at Duggan Park ARE Sarsfields starting to stir at just the right time? Well, it certainly ...

Cappataggle bounce back to crush out of sorts Gort

Cappataggle 4-23 Gort 2-18 Darren Kelly at Duggan Park CAPPATAGGLE defied their previous form at Duggan Park on Sunday as a pulsating star...

Late Glynn strike snatches B title for Tynagh/A-Duniry

Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry 2-21 Ardrahan 4-14 DARREN KELLY AT DUGGAN PARK TYNAGH/Abbey-Duniry found one last moment of inspiration in last Wednes...


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No word from Galway hurling mentors over state of play for long trek to Antrim
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