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Offaly won the toss and took wind advantage and got off to a glorious start, racing into a 1-2 to 0-0 lead after just three minutes to stun Galway.

Joe Bergin found the net inside 15 seconds when he collected a delivery from Colin Egan, with Shane Dooley and Dermot Mooney firing over points.

The constant rain made hurling difficult but Galway settled and points from Joe Canning and Conor Cooney got them off the mark before Niall Burke levelled the match with a goal after 13 minutes.

Two Dooley frees either side of a Joseph Cooney point for the Tribesmen left the score at 1-5 to 1-3 for Offaly after 24 minutes.

But with the exchanges becoming more heated, Offaly were dealt a huge blow when captain Colin Egan was sent off for a challenge on Fergal Moore, just moments after Galway’s David Burke was booked for an incident which saw Dooley got off temporarily for treatment.

Galway did not lead in the opening half but points from Conor Cooney and Canning drew them level and then Dooley and Canning exchanged points.

Dooley became Offaly’s all-time top championship scorer when he edged them in front before the break with another free to lead by 1-7 to 1-6 at the end of an eventual opening half for the crowd of 6,121.

Galway didn’t delay hitting the front after the restart with Conor Cooney finishing to the net after Offaly failed to clear their lines and Canning landed a 65 to lead by 2-7 to 1-7 after 40 minutes.

Galway outscored Offaly by 0-8 to 0-1 in the next 14 minutes to take a big step towards a date with Kilkenny in the Leinster final on July 3.

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