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Why Tipperary Have Tools to Unlock ‘The System’

3 weeks ago, Tipperary dispatched of Limerick in the Gaelic Grounds in a clinical display. In the aftermath of the game, it was put down to the superior skill of the Tipp forwards, and in particular, Séamus Callanan and Bubbles O’Dwyer. The pair were in imperious form, and rightly drew plaudits. But having defeated the Premier the two previous seasons, …

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Most of All, Its About Hurling

Elverys release promotional video ahead of Munster Final Tipperary’s main Sponsor, Elverys, have released a spine tingling video before the Munster Final. The video focuses on the people within the GAA in Tipperary. Taking the viewer through the streets of Thurles, the video features hurley makers, groundsmen and club players, before the clip moves its attention onto Tipperary teams of …

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Cork, Kerry & The Game Of Tea Cups – Munster Final Analysis

Simon Hartley, the renowned UK based sports psychologist, feels that a team must not only have the objective of winning.  It should be even more specific.  They must score as much as possible and concede as little as possible.  In creating this atmosphere it helps the best teams fend against the dreaded complacency when the whole world and their mother …

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Was Joe Brolly Right To Criticise The Referee As He Did?

Joe Brolly Armagh

Joe Brolly severely criticised the Munster Final referee Joe Brolly is often critical of players, but after the Munster Final between Kerry and Cork he chastised Padraig Hughes for awarding a penalty against Cork’s Mark Collins. In an outburst the opinionated pundit remarked, ‘Paudie wouldn’t know a penalty if it bit him in the arse’. Brolly argued that it was Mark Collins’s ball; …

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Has Eamonn Fitzmaurice Selected The Strongest Substitutes Bench In The History of Gaelic Football?

Eamonn Fitzmaurice has selected an unusually strong bench for Kerry’s clash with Cork When the Kerry manager decided to start Colm Cooper from the bench on Sunday, he raised the eyebrows of football fans across the country. While the strength of Dublin’s panel has been discussed at length, Kerry seem to have come in under the radar in this regard. Amongst the …

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Throwback Thursday: 1984 Munster Final

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To mark the first ever time Cork and Tipperary meet in an All Ireland semi-final at Croke Park, it’s only fitting that this week’s Throwback Thursday takes a trip down memory lane. We all know Munster final day is basically a national holiday these days, but the passion, skill, and excitement that accompanies it was no more evident than in …

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