DONAL O'GRADY: Streetwise Galway turn the screw at vital times

Waterford went a point up ten minutes into the second half. It had been tit for tat in the second period, but from that point on Galway had the scoring power to creep ahead and the experience to see out the game.

David Burke and Joe Canning with Margaret Keady, widow of Galway legend Tony Keady, who died last month. Picture: James Crombie

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