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# james skehill
'If I didn't have that conversation in 2010 or in 2016, I wouldn't have my All-Ireland medal'
James Skehill on his Galway career, opting against emigration and goalkeeping challenges.
# over and out
Veteran Galway goalkeeper James Skehill announces retirement
The Cappataggle man, who turns 33 next year, is stepping away from inter-county hurling.
# Tribesmen
All-Ireland champions Galway name one debutant as they open Leinster defence
Brian Concannon of Killimordaly makes his first championship start for the Tribesmen.
# History in the making
2011 All-Ireland minor hero in historic Galway intermediate hurling team
Shane Maloney is a familiar face in the Tribesmen’s line-up.
# Making The Move
Ex-Galway, Laois, Antrim and Waterford seniors in our 2014 USA hurling sanctions XV
A mixture of emerging hurling talent and players with inter-county experience have made the move Stateside for the summer.
# Exit strategy
Shock as goalkeeper James Skehill quits Galway hurling squad
Skehill quit squad ahead of Galway’s defeat against Kilkenny last weekend.
# Team news
11 of Galway's 2012 All-Ireland final side to start against Laois
The Tribesmen face Laois in Sunday’s Leinster hurling semi-final.
# Selection
Galway face goalkeeping dilemma with Skehill's return to fitness
The Tribesmen are also boosted by the return of 2011 All-Ireland U21 winning captain Barry Daly to full fitness.
# Road To Recovery
Skehill targeting March comeback from shoulder injury
The Galway goalkeeper underwent surgery last week to rectify the problem that forced him off at half-time of September’s All-Ireland hurling final replay.
# Team news
Skehill suffers injury scare for Galway while Kilkenny hand debut to Walsh
There has been major breaking news this evening concerning the selections for Sunday’s All-Ireland final replay.
# Cats v Tribe
Report: Canning holds his nerve to force All-Ireland replay
Kilkenny and Galway will have to do it all again after a thrilling 0-19 to 2-13 draw in the All-Ireland SHC final this afternoon.
# Cats v Tribe
VIDEO: Skehill savouring chance to join hurling's elite
Galway netminder James Skehill is hoping to add an All-Ireland medal to Galway’s Leinster title tomorrow.
# Upset
Reaction: Galway look to stay grounded after soaring to shock Kilkenny
No over-the-top celebrations in the winning dressing room despite the fact that the Cats were toppled in Leinster for the first time in eight years.