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Provincial victors battle it out for shot at history

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In just their third All-Ireland semi-final since 2001, Galway will face Donegal this Sunday in Croke Park, with throw in at 4pm.

Croke Park beckons after Monaghan dispatched

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Galway struggled through a poor Monaghan side last Saturday, but showed glimpses of how they can give themselves a chance against Dessie Farrell’s side.

All-Ireland semi-final spot on offer for Tribesmen

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Galway will face Armagh in Markievicz Park this Sunday afternoon at 1.45pm. With both teams already safely progressed through the group stage of the All-Ireland championship, this game will decide who comes out on top, thus avoiding the preliminary quarter final.

Galway top group after vital Derry scalp

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Galway started their All-Ireland series with a bang last Saturday in Pearse stadium, seeing off Mickey Harte’s Derry with a five-point victory.

Derry first up for Tribesmen in Sam Maguire race

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Galway play Derry this Saturday evening in the first round of the group stage of the All-Ireland series.

Sligo semi-final for Tribesmen

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Galway will play Sligo in the semi-final of the Connacht championship. The fixture has been confirmed following their comprehensive win over London in Ruislip.

Galway maintain Division 1 status for 2025

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On Sunday, Galway retained their division 1 status for another year. The Tribesmen lost their fourth league game of the campaign, but stayed up due to Roscommon's failure to beat Derry.

Galway's fate in own hands despite Dublin thrashing

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Galway suffered a disappointing 0-22 to 0-14 loss against Dublin last weekend in Pearse Stadium. This was followed by Kerry’s defeat of Roscommon, meaning that if Galway don’t lose in Killarney on Sunday afternoon, they won’t be depending on outside results to remain in division one.

Injury woes continue as Galway taste first League win

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Galway continued their recent dominance over Tyrone with a deserved win in Omagh last Sunday. Despite just winning by 1 point, 1-10 to 0-12 Galway were certainly the better and more composed team in the second half. Following a slip pass from league debutant Rory Cunningham, Cathal Sweeney's fine strike proved to be the decisive score of the game.

Rossies hold Galway to draw in windy Hyde Park

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After last week's loss to Mayo, Galway were made to work for a hard-earned draw against Roscommon on Sunday afternoon. The blustery game finished 0-9 a piece with both sides’ failing to score during the last 14 minutes of the game.

 

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