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Galway outlast Wexford to book All-Ireland minor final date with Kilkenny

Paul Keane reports from Croke Park. A RARE THREE-in-a-row of Electric Ireland AllIreland minor hurling title successes remains within Galway's grasp after securing their final place with a comprehensive semi-final win. Brian Hanley's side opened the …Read more





Galway outlast Wexford to book All-Ireland final date with Kilkenny

A RARE THREE-in-a-row of Electric Ireland All-Ireland minor Wexfords Kyle Scallan and Cian Molloy following the incident while Galways Eanna Davoren was also booked It remains to be seen whether Morgan will be available for the final against
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Galway impress to book place in All-Ireland minor hurling semi-final

Galway booked their place in the minor All-Ireland hurling semi-finals with a convincing seven-point win over Kilkenny at Semple Stadium The Cats can join the Tribesmen in the final four but must beat Limerick when they return to Thurles next Saturday
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Brian Molloy stars as Galway set up final date with Cork

Galway 1-20 Wexford 0-11 Holders Cork will face familiar opposition in next months All-Ireland intermediate hurling final after Galway cruised to years ago when they contested a replay with Kilkenny The Cappataggle man was rarely troubled by
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Canning calls on Galway to seize day against Cats

HAVING brought the curtain down on his career without winning hurlings ultimate prize Ollie Canning has urged Galways young side to seize the opportunity Sundays All-Ireland final date with Kilkenny time Independentie Sports Desk WEXFORD
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Maher than the sum of their parts – Tipps iron curtain

If Wexford are to end their 23-year wait for an All-Ireland final appearance they will have to find a way appeared on the inter-county scene with Liam Sheedys All-Ireland minor winning teams of 2006 and 2007 the latter captained by Brendan
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Wexford and Galway win through to Leinster U21 hurling final

Wexford Kilkenny and so had enough of a lead built up to withstand a late surge from DJ Careys side and book a spot in the Leinster under-21 hurling final Kilkenny had at least four goalscoring opportunities of their own but the brilliance of
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