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Killeen rues poor startGalway under-21 captain Paul Killeen admits that a poor start to last weekend's All-Ireland semi-final defeat to Limerick played a part in their downfall.
Kelly to ref camogie finalKildare's Ray Kelly has been appointed referee to the All-Ireland senior camogie final on Sunday, September 13.
Tribesmen are injury-freeGalway have reported a clean bill of health ahead of Sunday week's All-Ireland SHC final.
"I'm sick of looking at it on 'Reeling in the Years'"Noel Lane says it's time that new All-Ireland winning heroes emerged in Galway hurling.
Larkin fit but Tyrrell in race against timeBrian Cody expects Eoin Larkin to be available for the Liam MacCarthy Cup decider while he has adopted a wait-and-see approach on Jackie Tyrrell.
GAA President slams The Sunday GameGAA president Aogán Ó Fearghail says The Sunday Game is predictable, tiresome, unfair and consistent in its negativity.
HS football team of the weekHere's the star performers from yesterday's enthralling All-Ireland SFC semi-final...
Owens gets first final gigThe GAA has confirmed the referees and match officials for the 2015 GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior and Minor Championship finals on September 6 with James Owens set to take charge of the senior final.
Galway Club ChampionshipThere were a few gambles gone astray on the local front with Killererin and Claregalway exiting their respective championships two weeks back.
Video: #ThisIsMajor with Jackie Tyrell and MDMAWith the Electric Ireland Minor Hurling Final less than two weeks away, proud sponsors Electric Ireland want to send some lucky fans to the game.
Championship tweets: Unusual Kerry scenes of celebrationFive-time Kerry All-Ireland winner Declan O'Sullivan takes Jarlath Burns to task...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's just so hard to take because, you don't want to be a sore loser."
Galway prepares for ticket scrambleTickets for the All-Ireland hurling finals go on sale next week and the demand in Galway is expected to be huge.
U-21 HC semi-final: Morrissey goal sends Treaty into finalIt will be Limerick versus Wexford in this year's All-Ireland U-21 HC final after the Shannonsiders came out on the right side of a pulsating encounter against Galway in the second of today's semi-finals at Semple Stadium.
"Hard work" pays off for LimerickLimerick won't be found wanting in "the effort department" when they square up to Wexford in the All-Ireland U-21 HC final in three weeks time.
GPA accuses Paddy Power of exploiting playersThe GPA is none too impressed with Paddy Power's use of player images in their GAA Hot 100 campaign.
Lynch knows what Limerick have to doGalway hurling is on a high at the moment but Cian Lynch and Limerick are aiming to lower the maroon and white colours in this evening's All-Ireland U-21 HC semi-final.
Team news: Galway U21 team features four seniorsSenior stars Conor Whelan, Cathal Mannion, Jason Flynn and Paul Killeen have been named in the Galway team to face Limerick in tomorrow's All-Ireland U21HC semi-final at Thurles.
Galway add 'a bit more steel'Galway manager Anthony Cunningham feels that they have learned from last year by adding more 'steel' to their game.
Team news: Limerick make two changesThere is two changes to the Limerick side named to face Galway on Saturday at Semple Stadium.
Competition: win two All-Ireland hurling final ticketsWe have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland hurling finals on Sunday 6 September.
Green-eyed Cunningham looking onAs Galway took their place in the 2015 All-Ireland SHC final, Dublin manager Ger Cunningham looked on "with a bit of jealousy".
Callanan "wasn't involved" in 2012Colm Callanan says he wasn't really part of the Galway panel in 2012, when called up just two days before the All-Ireland SHC final replay.
"I've never played in a game as intense as that" - FlynnGalway's Jason Flynn admits that he was "cramping up badly" during Sunday's epic All-Ireland semi-final victory over Tipperary.
Galway Club Championship and hurling doubleThere were a few gambles gone astray on the local front with Killererin and Claregalway exiting their respective championships two weeks back.
HS hurling team of the weekGalway's high representation on our weekly selection would suggest they were full value for their dramatic All-Ireland SHC semi-final victory over Tipperary.
Character pleases captain SmithGalway's ability to recover from setbacks has come from playing Kilkenny, according to Andy Smith.
Lynskey: we got the rub of the greenGalway minor manager Jeff Lynskey accepted that his team got a lucky break when Cian Salmon's late winning goal against Kilkenny was allowed to stand.
Video: the life of a minor - Galway's Ciaran BradyAs proud sponsors of the GAA Minor Championships, Electric Ireland has long been a voice providing young Minor players with the recognition they deserve for their achievements both on and off the field.
Moloney reflects on dream debutIf at first you don't succeed, try again.
Championship tweets: what a game, what a sportIt was the game of the championship, a spectacle like no other. Galway v Tipperary had us all aghast.
All-Ireland SHC semi-final: Tribe topple Tipp in thrillerSubstitute Shane Maloney pointed in the third minute of injury time to give Galway a 0-26 to 3-16 victory over Tipperary at Croke Park.
The twitter reaction to hurling epicTwitter has been abuzz after hurling fans were treated to the game of the championship today.
All-Ireland MHC semi-final: Tipp young guns shoot down DubsTipperary will meet Galway in the 2015 All-Ireland minor hurling final after beating Dublin by 2-17 to 1-15 at Croke Park.
All-Ireland MHC semi-final: Salmon leaps to Galway's rescueA last-minute goal from substitute Cian Salmon handed Galway a thrilling 3-10 to 0-17 replay victory over Kilkenny in today's Croke Park opener.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThree All-Ireland hurling semi-finals took place at Croke Park today, including the eagerly-awaited senior clash of Tipperary and Galway.
"The guys fought like tigers"Anthony Cunningham told Brian Cody after the Leinster final that they'd met again in the All-Ireland final and his words came true after the Tribesmen scored a dramatic victory over Tipperary this afternoon.
Canning: fair play to Shane MoloneyJoe Canning hailed Shane Moloney after he marked his Galway debut with a dramatic late winner against Tipperary.
Ladies: Cork juggernaut rolls onEamonn Ryan's Cork remain on course for a tenth TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football crown in eleven seasons.
Camogie: Galway through to decider as Wexford denied at deathNiamh McGrath kept Galway's double dream alive with an injury time point to secure a place in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland senior camogie final.
Fitzhenry tips TribesmenDamien Fitzhenry is predicting Galway to upset the odds in tomorrow's All-Ireland SHC semi-final clash against Tipperary.
Smith anticipates 'massive battle'Andy Smith is predicting one hell of a contest when Galway take on Tipperary in tomorrow's All-Ireland SHC semi-final.
Irish soccer legend in awe of JoeIrish soccer legend Niall Quinn says he would pay to see Joe Canning play every week.
Preview: SHC semi-final - Galway v TipperaryAll roads lead to Croke Park this Sunday with a place in this year's All-Ireland senior hurling championship final up for grabs when Tipperary take on Galway.
Team news: Same again for GalwayAnthony Cunningham has named his Galway side to face Tipperary in Sunday's All Ireland SHC semi-final.
Team news: One change for TippThe Tipperary team for this Sunday's All-Ireland SHC semi-final has been named.
Ladies previews: champions in action as big two meetIt's another fantastic Saturday of ladies football with a repeat of the league final on the cards as Cork put their title on the line once more.
Cunningham eager to make amendsGalway's late collapse against Tipperary in last year's All-Ireland hurling qualifier still rankles with Anthony Cunningham.
Collins: Galway team picked on training formDavid Collins says Galway boss Anthony Cunningham has been picking his teams based on the high intensity training sessions they've had this year.