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Ger Aylward Allowed Take Insane Amount Of Steps For Kilkenny Goal

Ger Aylward Allowed Take Insane Amount Of Steps For Kilkenny Goal
By Arthur James O'Dea Updated

At times (almost all the time, really) in this afternoon's Leinster hurling final replay in Thurles, Galway looked to have suffered little or none of the usual negatives that are associated with reigning All-Ireland champions.

Demonstrating greater speed, hunger and precision throughout, they left Kilkenny looking star-struck; a fascinating feat given that this is their third Championship meeting in 2018. With Brian Cody's men reeling, however, they were granted what quickly appeared to be a fortunate reprieve.

Looking certain to have secured their quarter-final clash with Limerick in a week's time, Kilkenny were granted a life-line. Without hurl in hand, Ger Aylward broke through the close attention of Galway's back-line to kick Kilkenny's opening goal of the game.

Although it may prove worthless over the course of a game Galway continue to dominate, should it have counted at all?

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At half-time, Galway lead 1-16 to 1-6. You can watch the incident below, and decide for yourself.

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