The throw-in: Galway must step up, Armagh’s missing stomach and Limerick’s extra equipment


Galway eventually defeated Mayo in the Connacht Championship, which helped ease tensions for Padraig Joyce, but the Tribesmen must now move on in the provinces to really capitalize on that win, says Martin Breheny in this week’s throw-in.

He joins Will Slattery and Michael Verney as they look back at all the football action over the weekend, with Armagh taking particular criticism following their Donegal defeat.

Also, the club-county debate will be broadcast in the currently congested schedule, with Breheny calling the extended layoff for counties now waiting for football qualifying to begin as “utter madness”.

Meanwhile, John Mullane was also on the show to discuss Limerick’s win over Waterford. Despite being just three points clear of defeat this time, Limerick has shown they are still the ones to beat, but it’s not the be-all and end-all for Waterford, Mullane says.

Finish in the top three, go to Croke Park and then they can fight for the All-Ireland, he tells Will and Michael.

Elsewhere, the panel discusses Clare’s three-goal win over Tipperary at Semple Stadium and Dublin’s one-point win over Wexford away.

Every Monday, Throw-In brings you the best insight and analysis from the weekend’s GAA action.

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