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Wednesday 29 March 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Tribesmen

All time
Clare v Galway, All-Ireland senior hurling quarter-final
Who would advance in today’s second battle in Thurles? Here’s how it all unfolded.
# west is best
Galway book spot in All-Ireland Minor semi's after pulling clear of Laois
The Tribesmen were losing by three points after a lightning Laois start but rallied emphatically.
# Reaction
Galway's Alan Mulholland: 'Lads have stood up and we've a group of leaders now'
The Tribesmen manager saw his team exit the championship last night in Croke Park.
# Strike
Galway's Michael Meehan scores a goal while facing 10 Cork players on the line
The Caltra man fired a bullet to the net in Croke Park today.
# Team news
6 changes for Galway hurling side to face Clare
The Tribesmen are in action in Thurles tomorrow.
The curious case of the Galway hurlers and second season syndrome
The Galway hurlers can charm and confound. Encouragement is often followed by disappointment in the west. Here we trace through Galway’s recent past.
# Flashback
Remember when Joe Canning scored 4-7 against Clare...but Galway lost the game?
Canning featured in a particularly memorable All-Ireland U21 hurling semi-final three years ago.
# losing streak
The Dubs don't have the best record in hurling finals against Galway
Dublin will be hoping next Sunday to reverse a recent trend against Galway hurling sides.
# Tribesmen
Farragher's goal helps Galway get the better of Tipperary
Michael Farragher notched the crucial goal in the clash in Pearse Stadium.
# Team news
Galway patch side up with 6 changes from Mayo hammering
Meanwhile, Limerick have made just one change for their qualifier with Longford.
# Fitness
Galway's Aidan Harte an injury doubt before Leinster hurling final
Attacker Tadhg Haran is also out for the season with cruciate ligament damage.
# Reaction
Gaffers Chat: Plunkett and Cunningham on yesterday's Leinster SHC semi final
The teams faced off in O’Moore Park yesterday with Galway prevailing after a gutsy Laois display.
Galway made to dig deep to edge out battling underdogs Laois
It’s a case of hard cheese for Seamus ‘Cheddar’ Plunkett’s side. Sorry.
# Team news
11 of Galway's 2012 All-Ireland final side to start against Laois
The Tribesmen face Laois in Sunday’s Leinster hurling semi-final.
# Opting out
Blow for Galway as Gareth Bradshaw departs football panel
The 26 year-old was sent-off in the recent heavy defeat to Mayo.
# tough day
So where did it all go wrong for the Galway footballers last Sunday?
Injured Galway defender Finian Hanley on a brutal afternoon for his county last Sunday.
# Gaillimh
23 signs that you’re a Galway sports fan
From Clifden to Ballinasloe, they love their sport out wesht
# Rising Stars
7 things to know about Cork v Galway - All Ireland U21 football final
The Rebels and the Tribesmen face off in the Gaelic Grounds tonight.
# All-Ireland
Eoin Walsh returns to Galway U21 team while Cork are unchanged
The teams have been announced for tomorrow’s All-Ireland U21 final in the Gaelic Grounds.
# Team news
3 changes in Kilkenny team while Dublin shift Rushe and Keaney
Richie Power returns to the Cats attack for their Allianz Hurling League semi-final with Galway.
Galway v Kilkenny, Allianz HL Division 1A
Could the Tribesmen make a positive early season statement against the Cats this afternoon? Here’s how it all unfolded.
# Back in action
Cunningham welcomes Galway return of Kavanagh and Callanan
The Tribesmen hurling boss will be able to call on the services of an experienced duo this season.
# Semi-Final Showdowns
Last four reached on club hurling stage in Kilkenny and Galway
The Cats and Tribesmen county finalists will be determined on Sunday.
# Hanging up the boots
Bergin announces retirement from the Tribesmen
Galway manager Alan Mulholland will have to plan without one of his longest serving players for the 2013 season.
# cats are the cream
Report: Kilkenny dominate replay to retain All Ireland title
The Cats were in imperious form, seeing off 14 man Galway by an 11 point margin
# Grassroots
St Brigid's educating the Galway hurling youth
The Loughrea based school has played a major role in the hurling development of several members of the Galway squad that are in action in tomorrow’s Croke Park showpiece.
# On Guard
Galway netminder draws on Banner goalkeeping influence
The expertise from neighbouring county Clare has helped James Skehill nail down the Galway goalkeeping position.
# Staying at Home
James Skehill: "Only for them I’d most definitely be abroad."
The man between the posts for Galway is hugely appreciative of the opportunity to line out in Croke Park next Sunday.
# column
North and south unite to support Galway's drive for hurling success columnist and Galway native Ciaran Murphy on how his county’s unique GAA dividing lines are becoming more blurred as their supporters awaits next Sunday’s showdown in Croke Park.
# Tribesmen
Coen juggling Galway hurling commitments on U21 and senior fronts
The All-Ireland senior final may be looming large but it’s U21 hurling commitments that will occupy Johnny Coen’s mind first.
# Galway GAA
Croke Park in September calls for Canning
The Galway star is getting set to sample the stage of an All-Ireland senior hurling final for the first time next month.
# deserved
Second-half points surge sees Tipperary into Minor Hurling Final
Galway ended the All-Ireland MHC contest with 14-men after captain Paul Killeen was sent off.
# Tribesmen
VIDEO: Cork are a team on the road to greater things, says Cunningham
The Galway manager is full of praise for their opponents after yesterday’s All-Ireland SHC semi-final clash.
# Match Report
Canning stars as Tribesmen reach All-Ireland hurling decider
Galway became the first team to qualify for this year’s All-Ireland senior hurling final when they claimed honors against Cork in their semi-final meeting.
Cork v Galway, All-Ireland SHC semi-final
Would Anthony Cunningham’s Tribesmen repeat their Leinster final form and storm to success? Or would it be Jimmy Barry-Murphy’s Rebels who secured their place in the All-Ireland senior hurling final? Here’s how it all unfolded.
# Match Record
Cork's tale of underage hurling woe against the Tribesmen
The current Cork squad have endured plenty disappointments during their underage careers against teams from the Connacht county.
# Tribesmen
Donnellan resists lure of Oz to shine with Galway hurlers
He was one of the stars in Galway’s provincial final success last month and Cyril Donnellan is grateful for the opportunity after considering emigrating from Ireland in recent times.