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Galway crave authority to see out games in closing moments

Loss of leads hasn’t tripped Tribe up so far but it’s been a recurring theme

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The hands of Armagh's Niall Rowland just beat his team-mate Rory Grugan to score a goal, in the 11th minute of extra time, during the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final match between Armagh and Galway at Croke Park. Credit: Sportsfile

The hands of Armagh's Niall Rowland just beat his team-mate Rory Grugan to score a goal, in the 11th minute of extra time, during the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final match between Armagh and Galway at Croke Park. Credit: Sportsfile

The hands of Armagh's Niall Rowland just beat his team-mate Rory Grugan to score a goal, in the 11th minute of extra time, during the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final match between Armagh and Galway at Croke Park. Credit: Sportsfile

The common denominator for all four goals that Galway have conceded in normal time in their four championship games in 2022 won’t be lost on Padraic Joyce ahead of their All-Ireland semi-final with Derry.

Each one has been leaked late, so late in the case of the last three that it has been deep into added time when cover has been breached.


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