ALL eyes will be on the Galway intermediate camogie team as they go in search of All Ireland honours on Saturday in the Gaelic Grounds against Cork (2pm). The Westerners pinned most of its hopes on their seniors this year after an All-Ireland appearance in 2008, but their dreams were shattered by a strong Kilkenny side in the All-Ireland semi final.
Caroline Murray is the Camogie Development Officer in Connacht and was part of a busy team looking after proceedings in
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Galway were equally as impressive when they triumphed over Tipperary in the other All Ireland intermediate semi-final, keeping the Blue and Gold scoreless for the entire second half. That day Martina Conroy and Murray totalled 11 points between them. Under the management of Noel Finn and Basil Larkin, strong performances will again be needed from a number of key positions including captain Caroline Kelly and centre back Sarah Dervan while Martina Conroy, Murray, Tara Rutledge and Gemma Kelly will be essential to Galway’s attack.
Galway: D Ward; J Coone, N Lawless, K Brien; C Gill, S Dervan, C Kelly; P Kenny, A Lynskey; C Bowes, C Murray, M Conroy; T Rutledge, G Kelly, L Pardy.