Cathaoirleach of Galway County Council James Charity delivered a message wishing the best of luck to the senior camogie team in the All-Ireland final today.
Galway and Kilkenny will meet at 7pm in Croke Park this evening, with the Galway women seeking to retain the All-Ireland title.
“On behalf of us all at Galway County Council I want to wish the best of luck to our Galway senior camogie team as they play Kilkenny in the All-Ireland final this evening in Croke Park,” Cllr Charity said.
“It’s a phenomenal achievement to get to the final again, and I have no doubt that they’re going to do us proud and retain the O’Duffy Cup, and bring it back home West this evening again.”
Councillor Charity also took the time in his message to remind people to stay safe when supporting the team and hopefully celebrating this evening.
“For all of us who are supporting the ladies this evening I’ve been asked to remind you of the importance of the ongoing public health restrictions, and to make sure that when we do welcome the O’Duffy Cup to the west, we do so in the safest manner possible, and in compliance wit all level three restrictions. Gaillimh Abu!”