KIERAN SHANNON: How Galway’s hurlers found guts and glory

Joe Canning has flourished since being moved out to centre forward after last year’s Leinster final, writes Kieran Shannon

Galway's Joe Canning celebrates with Niall Donoghue, son of manager Micheál, after Sunday's All-Ireland win. Picture: Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

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