13 October 2023
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Galway United v Treaty United preview
Airtricity League First Division champions Galway United play their last away game of the season on Saturday afternoon when they head to Limerick to take on a Treaty United side still vying for a spot in the play-offs. Treaty also announced this week that they will receive overseas financial backing from Canada’s Tricor Pacific Capital in a deal that also features current player Ciara McCormack taking over as CEO. The sides have met three times already in the league, with Galway yet to concede a goal. The two games in Eamon Deacy Park finished 1-0 and 3-0, while the previous away game in the Market Fields finished 3-0 to Galway United as David Hurley scored his seventh goal of the season from the penalty spot before Francely Lomboto doubled the Tribesmen’s lead and Substitute Ibrahim Keita ended the scoring in second-half stoppage time.
Galway United assistant manager Ollie Horgan, speaking after his side’s 3-0 win at home to Waterford on Tuesday night, knows it won’t be an easy fixture…