A new radio documentary on Galway Bay FM recounts the story of Galway’s most successful club camogie team.
“A Club like No Other,” by local journalist Sally-Ann Barrett tells the story of Pearses Camogie Club, who won five All Ireland club titles, including an historic three in a row in 2002.
Galway were beaten semi-finalists against Dublin last year but it took a late, late Nicole Owens goal for Dublin to floor the Tribeswomen.
Dublin also beat Galway in the last four of the TG4 Senior Championship, with Donegal losing out to Cork on the other side of the draw.
One of these counties will make a national decider this time, however, as Galway aim to make a first League final since losing to Cork in 2015.
A Donegal victory would seem them through to a first top-flight decider in two years, when they came up just short against Cork.
Galway and Donegal met in Round 7 of the League, with Galway coming out on top, but this one could be closer.
Donegal started the campaign like a steam-train but have tailed off since, with boss Maxi Curran hoping for a return to form.
Galway finished on top of the Division 1 standings with 18 points but they did lose out to champions Dublin along the way.
Galway are unchanged from their last outing against Donegal, while Curran has brought Aislin Nee in between the sticks ahead of Aoife McColgan.
This game will be streamed LIVE on the LGFA Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/LadiesGaelicFootball/
Donegal (v Galway): A Nee; A.M. McGlynn, E Gallagher, E McGinley; N Carr, N McLaughlin, T Hegarty; N Boyle, M Ryan; K Guthrie (capt.), N Hegarty, A Boyle Carr; S McGroddy, R Friel, J Trearty.
Galway (v Donegal): L Murphy; S Molloy, S Lynch, F Cooney; L Gannon, S Burke, C Cooney; L Ward, B Hannon; O Divilly, T Leonard (capt.), M Glynn; L Coen, R Leonard, M Seoighe.
Galway manager Timmy Rabbitte spoke to Tommy Devane
Two sporting clubs in Galway City, The Galway Warriors who play in the Irish American Football League and the Galway Tribes Softball team, are coming together for a major fundraiser on Good Friday Night in the Galmont Hotel. The fundraiser is a Table Quiz and if successful, will be one of the largest seen in the city with 160 teams taking part.
Eoin Wood of the Galway Warriors joined John Mulligan to talk about it.