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It seems Anthony Cunningham is determined to deliver All-Ireland success to Galway

The Galway boss will remain in charge for 2016.

Cunningham has led the Tribesmen to two All-Ireland final appearances.
Cunningham has led the Tribesmen to two All-Ireland final appearances.
Image: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

ANTHONY CUNNINGHAM HAS been reappointed as Galway senior hurling manager as they try to win their first All-Ireland since 1988.

The St Thomas clubman was tonight reappointed and will take charge for a fifth season in 2016.

Cunningham, who won All-Ireland titles with Galway in 1987 and ’88, has led the Tribesmen to two All-Ireland final appearances in his four years at the helm.

Meanwhile, Kevin Walsh, who was appointed last year for three seasons, was also ratified at the meeting of the Galway County Committee.

And minor hurling manager Jeffrey Lynskey, who led Galway to the All-Ireland title earlier this month with a squad which will have 14 members available again next year, was also reappointed.

– First published 22.30, 28 Sept

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