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Leader of the Tribes

Wednesday, 28th June, 2017 12:20pm

Story by Mark Walsh
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Leader of the Tribes
Leader of the Tribes

GALWAY’S captain David Burke made his championship debut on the only occasion his county have come up against Wexford since entering the Leinster Senior Championship some eight years ago.

Burke marked his first senior start by scoring a point in what was a 2010 provincial quarter-final. The St Thomas' man is one of Galway's most experienced players now, and in his eighth season playing inter-county hurling, he reckons the squad in its' present guise going into Sunday's Leinster decider is the strongest he's been a part of.
“We’ve big physical men who are good hurlers and we’ve small fast men that are good hurlers."

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