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Replying To Stool Pigeon:  "Well, it's surely either one or the other, tommy. Not both at once."
True stool - stop confusing me! lol

tommy k (Galway) - Posts: 3470 - 23/05/2024 19:24:57    2546689

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Replying To Stool Pigeon:  "Well, it's surely either one or the other, tommy. Not both at once."
Couldn't it be a bit of both at once. They are not mutually exclusive!

tommy k (Galway) - Posts: 3470 - 23/05/2024 19:26:33    2546691

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Replying To Viking66:  "I take it you didn't come down to the Park Katser? And from the sound of it it looks like Tommyk isn't even going to Pearse Stadium?"
If Galway were playing in their front lawn I'd say the boys would pull the curtains

Stool Pigeon (Galway) - Posts: 882 - 23/05/2024 19:38:38    2546693

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Replying To tommy k:  "Are you sure you don't want to come sit on the fence with us viking as there's plenty of room! lol"
I think we will both win, and we will break the attendance record for a Leinster final that we set in 2017;-)

Viking66 (Wexford) - Posts: 12947 - 23/05/2024 21:47:19    2546721

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Replying To Viking66:  "I think we will both win, and we will break the attendance record for a Leinster final that we set in 2017;-)"
You'll find no arguments for a full repeat of 2017 here!

Kinvara (Galway) - Posts: 153 - 24/05/2024 08:51:31    2546733

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Hopefully we see Fintan or Joseph Cooney go to 7 to take away Sutcliffe in the air and then freshen up the forwards with McLoughlin in from the start.

I think that game last week will have taken a lot out of Dublin. Stop their running game even slightly and I think we will win handy enough.

galway19 (Galway) - Posts: 737 - 24/05/2024 09:38:52    2546745

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Replying To Kinvara:  "You'll find no arguments for a full repeat of 2017 here!"
It's our turn to win though;-)

Viking66 (Wexford) - Posts: 12947 - 24/05/2024 11:08:42    2546772

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All roads lead to Pearce Stadium Sunday hopefully a good crowd, unfortunately I can't make it as I'm expecting my prized Charlaois Cow to calf.

katser (Galway) - Posts: 2381 - 24/05/2024 12:05:58    2546792

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Replying To katser:  "All roads lead to Pearce Stadium Sunday hopefully a good crowd, unfortunately I can't make it as I'm expecting my prized Charlaois Cow to calf."
You must have left it late to put her into calf last year katser calfing season is as much as over. Meelick/Eyrecourt are raffling off a belgian blue cross heifer you will surely buy a few tickets to keep Ogie happy

Galway456 (Galway) - Posts: 63 - 24/05/2024 13:38:16    2546825

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Kevin Cooney back, on the extended panel at least for Sunday. Could come into the 26 this week but would be at least on track to be involved in Leinster final if we get there.

galway19 (Galway) - Posts: 737 - 24/05/2024 14:02:21    2546829

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Replying To katser:  "All roads lead to Pearce Stadium Sunday hopefully a good crowd, unfortunately I can't make it as I'm expecting my prized Charlaois Cow to calf."
Calving in the middle of summer? Your farming must be like your predicting; neither here nor there!

foreveryoung (USA) - Posts: 2039 - 24/05/2024 14:49:20    2546840

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whats the story with john fleming does anyone who?

gbay (Galway) - Posts: 261 - 24/05/2024 14:54:34    2546845

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Replying To Viking66:  "It's our turn to win though;-)"
You were going so well until that statement viking! lol

tommy k (Galway) - Posts: 3470 - 24/05/2024 15:00:09    2546846

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Replying To Galway456:  "You must have left it late to put her into calf last year katser calfing season is as much as over. Meelick/Eyrecourt are raffling off a belgian blue cross heifer you will surely buy a few tickets to keep Ogie happy"
Big Pete (bull) hurt himself last Summer so she is a bit late this year but don't worry I'll have her in Paddock 1 which is outside the window and I will be sitting down with a can Heineken watching Galway bate Dublin and just glance over to see if the tail is out.
Belgian blues not for me. Charlaois and the classic Aberdeen Angus!!

katser (Galway) - Posts: 2381 - 24/05/2024 15:03:27    2546850

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Replying To gbay:  "whats the story with john fleming does anyone who?"
Yes I remember he was a very good forward a couple of years ago but he seems to have been seen as surplus to requirements by the current management. Wasn't he playing in the half-back line for Meelick Eyrecourt in last year's club championship which I thought was a bit odd given that top class forwards are not exactly 10 a penny these days?!

tommy k (Galway) - Posts: 3470 - 24/05/2024 15:11:08    2546856

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Replying To katser:  "Big Pete (bull) hurt himself last Summer so she is a bit late this year but don't worry I'll have her in Paddock 1 which is outside the window and I will be sitting down with a can Heineken watching Galway bate Dublin and just glance over to see if the tail is out.
Belgian blues not for me. Charlaois and the classic Aberdeen Angus!!"
did big pete do his cruciate ............every one has calving cameras now , .... well everyone bar kathy.

munsterchamps (Limerick) - Posts: 1127 - 24/05/2024 15:26:17    2546862

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Replying To gbay:  "whats the story with john fleming does anyone who?"
Injured his shoulder with eyrecourt in 2022 after being with galway, when back into the panel later that year and did the shoulder again against offaly. Shefflin told him he was off the cards for the rest of the year and then he was never called back in November

Galway456 (Galway) - Posts: 63 - 24/05/2024 15:58:52    2546870

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I will go with a Galway win tomorrow and put my money on us to win by 7-9 points at 9/2. I will also bet on Conor Whelan to be man of the match at 11/2 and to be first goal scorer at 5/1. I am expecting a fierce display by Galway on Sunday and the Dubs wont live with it. We will see on Monday do I collect.

JahTribe (Galway) - Posts: 143 - 24/05/2024 18:15:03    2546882

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Replying To CillTormoir:  "Not sure, I think Dublin are our bogey team and Dublin know that…regardless of venue. Would you be surprised with a Dublin 2/3 point win like? I wouldn't."
Yes that is very true.

tommy k (Galway) - Posts: 3470 - 25/05/2024 11:29:13    2546943

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Nice win for the Galway Minors over Waterford. 2-16 to 1-6.

Trump2020 (Galway) - Posts: 2191 - 25/05/2024 15:23:27    2546979

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