BEAGH PUT GALWAY In SEVENS HEAVEN Too
For Galway, Jack Canning’s two goals on 31 and 38 minutes. Turned a three-point interval deficit into a three-point advantage. For Cork, Brian Roche’s disallowed goal on 40 minutes when they trailed by three. Take your pick as to which ranked of greater importance. Galway’s remarkable ability to churn out All-ireland minor winning teams. Yesterday was the county’s 11th Irish Press Cup success, their 10th since 1992. Galway manager Jeff Lynskey. Two All-ireland minor titles in three years is some achievement particularly given the 2017 class wasn’t expected to challenge at the business end of proceedings. stored to the first 15 here. They also deserve credit for leaving Jack Canning inside despite having no impact in the first-half. The obvious move was to bring him out the field to get him more involved. They didn’t and were proven correct. Galway’s full-forward line. Donal Mannion was the sole Galway forward to make life difficult for Cork early on and remained busy throughout. Seán Bleahane finished with five points, while Jack Canning, though nonexistent in the opening period, racked up 2-2 upon the restart. Brian Turnbull, at the other end, can’t go unmentioned.