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Kilkenny beat the favourites Cork in the semi final and also beat Galway in their group game earlier in the year, so Ward knows nothing will be easy this weekend. However, he says, there is strong belief within this year panel.
"That was a long time ago and it is well time that Galway won a senior camogie All Ireland again. The more experienced players on the panel were hugely disappointed by the final defeats of 2010 and 2011, and likewise the semi final defeat to Cork Converse Shoes For Women White last year was a big let down. So, hopefully that hurt and those lessons will stand us in good stead on Sunday. We got a monkey off our back with the win in the semi final over Wexford, but Kilkenny are a very good team and we will have to produce a really good display if we are going to beat them and bring home the O Duffy Cup.
forward to Sunday.
The side has been in good scoring form, defeating Tipperary by 16 points in the quarter final (2 19 to 0 9 ), and Wexford by nine points in the semi final (1 12 to 0 6 ). Hopefully the scores will continue to flow this weekend and Galway can break the 17 year duck.
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For Galway to win, Maher, Ann Marie Hayes, Sinead Cahalan, Niamh Kilkenny and team captain Lorriane Ryan will all have to produce big displays. Ward also believes a good start will be imperative.
The Sarsfields man has prepared the county two adult camogie teams for Sunday All Ireland finals with the seniors facing Kilkenny (4pm ) and the intermediate side up against Limerick (2pm ).
Ward is joined on his management team this year by former county star Liam Hodgins as trainer, and selectors Orla Watson, Declan Walsh and Seamie Crowe.
Therese Maher is one example hugely talented and experienced, and desperate to end a long career with a winner medal. Next Sunday will be the Athenry player sixth All Ireland final and yet she has never won a senior medal. Her commitment to Galway cause is acknowledged by Tony Ward and her on going form has been a key factor in Galway getting back to another final.
"The mood is very positive in both panels, he says. All the girls are just focussing on producing big performances. Individually and collectively. Nobody is talking about winning an All Ireland. We are concentrating on being the best we can be on the day. Our mantra is to focus on the performance, being really positive in what we are doing, and the result in both games will take care of itself."
has been down this road before at senior level. He was team manager in 1996 when the county last won the O Duffy Cup with Imelda Hobbins as team captain. It was a great achievement, but, he insists, it is in the past.
"It is a 50:50 game, and the team that settles the best into the game will be hard to stop. It is really important we start well and settle into a good groove. Hopefully, the fact that our intermediate team are in Croke Park too, will mean that we have a good Galway support and that would be a plus."
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