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In their first ever O’Connor Cup fixture, Trinity Ladies GAA were overpowered 7-15 to 0-4 by NUI Galway
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The defeat is their third loss in a row, with the team yet to win a league game this year.
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With a stalemate 0-0 at half-time, Galway broke away in the second half to win 38-7 in College Park.