Wednesday October 28, 2020

Galway: Hurlers have eye on glory

The Galway hurlers are carrying the hopes of the west of Ireland in today's replayed All-Ireland senior championship final at Croke Park.

29th September, 2012
Joe Canning: Galway's star man.

Galway hurlers carry the hopes of the west of Ireland in today's replayed All-Ireland final at Croke Park as the county bids to lift the province's first senior hurling trophy in almost a quarter of a century.

Captain Fergal Moore aims to lift the Liam McCarthy trophy at the end of today's clash with reigning champions Kilkenny.

A win for the Tribesmen today would cap a tremendous sporting year for Galway, following its successful hosting...

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