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Galway are in camogie last four

Wednesday, 9th August, 2017 12:51pm
Galway are in camogie last four

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Galway are in camogie last four

Web Camogie AM Starr.jpg

GALWAY dismantled Tipperary on Saturday evening to remind pundits they are still All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship contenders.

This wasn’t champagne camogie, rather a professional job in which the Tribeswomen shot eight points in the first 12 minutes and their tally reached double figures before Tipperary finally opened their account.
The Premier County only scraped into the knockout series on scoring difference and they were expected to rattle Mark Dunne’s charges. Results over the past two years suggested they were much better than that form showed, plus they only lost to Galway by three points in 2016.

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