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Tipperary Reveal Pre-Season Fixtures In Place Of Munster Senior League

Tipperary have opted not to compete in the Munster Senior Hurling League again this year but have released the list of challenge matches they will play instead.  The pre-season tournament is widely used by managers to experiment with developing talent and fringe players within their county. Cork, Limerick, Clare and Kerry are competing in the tournament this year while Waterford …

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Could Jonathan Glynn Become The Story Of This GAA Weekend?

GAA Hurling All Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final, Semple Stadium, Thurles, Tipperary 26/7/2015.Cork vs Galway.Galway's Jonathan Glynn.Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy

Sport loves an unsung hero or a surprise package. In hurling terms Shane O’Donnell is the name that springs to many people’s minds. He wasn’t a complete unknown to all, having scored goals against Waterford, Wexford and Laois earlier that season, but his 3-3 haul in the 2013 All-Ireland hurling final replay is what he is remembered for. The fairytale …

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Pádraic Maher: You Can’t Question Tipperary’s Desire

Tipperary captain Pádraic Maher cut a dejected figure as he faced the press following yesterday’s defeat to Cork. In his own words, he was “gutted.” The Thurles Sars defender was understandably extremely disappointed with his team’s loss, having been heavy favourites going into the game. The Premier were set to launch the defence of their Munster and All Ireland titles …

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Timely Boost For Tipperary Ahead Of Championship Opener Vs Cork

GAA Hurling All Ireland Championship Semi-Final 17/8/2014 Cork vs Tipperary Cork’s Mark Ellis and Shane O’Neill with Seamus Callanan of Tipperary Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

Tipperary have received a timely boost this week ahead of their Munster SHC quarter-final with Cork on May 21st. Talisman, Seamus Callanan has returned to full training following a broken thumb which he suffered in the national league semi-final victory over Wexford and looks set to be available for selection for the game in just over a week’s time, according …

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Cork To Face Tipperary In Munster Hurling Championship

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The draw for the 2016 provincial Hurling Championships was made on Thursday night, throwing up some fascinating encounters. Munster giants Tipperary and Cork will meet at the quarter-final stage this year whilst Waterford will face Clare in the semi-finals, where Limerick will be waiting for the winners of Cork and Tipp. The Leinster Championship draw consists of a qualifier group …

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Eoin Kelly: The Greatest Inside Forward Of The Last 20 Years

It is tribute time again on Pundit Arena as the list of retired intercounty hurlers continues to grow. We have covered Tommy Walsh and JJ Delaney and now it’s the turn of Tipperary’s Eoin Kelly. Never has there been a year when so many high-profile players have hung up their boots and fitting tributes must be paid to some of …

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Tipperary – The Premier Power On

Tipperary hurlers were written off and hugely criticised over the last eighteen months, and now they find themselves in an All-Ireland final. It has been a remarkable turnaround. Tipperary beating Cork may not have surprised everybody but the manner of the defeat was a real shock. Most people would have anticipated a shootout where a high scoring feast would have …

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Cork v Tipperary – Preview

The second All-Ireland Hurling semi-final takes is set to take place. Cork and Tipperary go toe to toe with a place in the final against Kilkenny at stake. Sean Cremin is here to look ahead to the clash. Cork and Tipperary are ready to take their long lasting rivalry to Croke Park for the first ever time. Their Munster championship …

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Tipperary v Galway – A Must Win Game For Both

The second round of All-Ireland hurling qualifiers gets underway this weekend. Clare face Wexford in an interesting encounter and the Leinster final between Dublin and Kilkenny also takes place, but there is no doubt that tie of the weekend is the clash between Tipperary and Galway. While the Leinster final is a big occasion for Kilkenny and Dublin, there is …

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