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Watch Seamus Callanan’s Hat-Trick Against Galway

Seamus Callanan scored hat-trick against Galway Despite scoring a hat-trick, Seamus Callanan found himself on the losing team today. Callanan’s first came inside the opening minute, as Tipperary looked to test the Galway defence early on. His second came early in the second half, as he single handedly looked to take on the Galway defence. Callanan completed his hat-trick in the …

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Watch Colm Callanan’s Quadruple Save Against Tipperay

Galway Goalkeeper, Colm Callanan, produced a Quadruple save to keep Galway in the game against Tipp Although Shane Moloney’s last minute point won the game for Galway today, he can thank his goalkeeper with keeping his team in the game. With the game entering a critical phase and the scores level at 0-16 to 2-10, Colm Callanan produced a four saves to keep Tipperary …

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Watch Darren Gleeson’s Brilliant Double Save For Tipp Today

Tipperary goalkeeper Darren Gleeson produced two brilliant saves in the first half against Galway While today’s semi final will be remembered for the epic battle between both sets of forwards, the respective goalkeepers also had a big say. No more so than Darren Gleeson, who followed up his brilliant penalty save against Joe Canning to deny Cathal Mannion moments later. His saves …

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GAA Will Earn €16 Million in Just Two Months

The GAA will earn €16 million between the August bank holiday weekend and All Ireland Football Final Between last weekends football qualifiers and the All Ireland Football Final on September 20, the GAA will have raked in a massive €16 million from the thirteen games held at Croke Park. Equating to nearly €1.25 million for each fixture at headquarters. Nevertheless …

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Great News (Except For Galway) As Noel McGrath ‘In The Mix’ For Tipp’s Semi-Final Clash

The GAA world was greeted with a positive story this morning as Tipperary manager Eamon O’Shea revealed that star forward Noel McGrath is ‘in the mix’ to feature in Sunday week’s All-Ireland semi-final clash against Galway. McGrath underwent surgery in April to treat testicular cancer and has recovered without any set-backs to be in contention to feature for Eamon O’Shea’s side …

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The Race For Liam Is Way More Wide Open Than You Thought, Here’s Why.

Only four counties remain and all four will fancy their chances of September glory. We discuss why? With respective provincial champions, Tipperary and Kilkenny placed on opposite sides of the draw, many are predicting a repeat pairing of last year’s All-Ireland final in this year’s decider. However, both Galway and Waterford have banished the memories of their provincial final defeats …

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Analysis: Positives For All Six Teams Remaining In The Hurling Championship

Only six counties still have a chance of claiming the Liam McCarthy Cup in 2015. Here at Pundit Arena HQ, we review each team’s chances and look at the positives associated with all counties. After both sides won their respective provincial championships, it’s hard to see past another Tipperary and Kilkenny September showdown. However, each county left in this year’s championship has …

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Mickey Harte Bullish After Tyrone Beat Tipperary

Tyrone overcame Tipperary in a fiery encounter on Saturday Mickey Harte’s side beat Tipperary 0-19 to 0-7 in a heated encounter yesterday. Despite Tyrone only leading by a single score at half time, Harte’s side dominated the second half, outscoring the premier county 0-12 to 0-1. Although the victory keeps Tyrone in the hunt for the Championship, their victory was not …

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Sean Cavanagh Will Become Tyrone’s Record Championship Appearance Holder This Weekend

Sean Cavanagh will make his 76th Championship appearance for Tyrone against Tipperary this Saturday When Sean Cavanagh takes to the field for Tyrone this weekend, he will overtake Conor Gormley’s record for the number of Championship appearances made for Tyrone. Cavanagh’s selection at full forward for Tyrone’s clash with Tipperary, will represent his 76th appearance for the Red Hand County. The Tyrone Captain has won …

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Henry Shefflin To Attend First Munster Final

Kilkenny legend Henry Shefflin will attend his first Munster Final tomorrow Writing in today’s Irish Independent, Henry Shefflin confessed that he ‘could count on one hand the number of games at this level I would have gone to watch that didn’t involve Kilkenny’. Ever the professional Shefflin revealed, ‘I existed in that bubble for the best part of 16 years, it suited me that way, …

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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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Do Waterford Represent The Next Step in the Evolution of Hurling?

Waterford  take on Tipperary in this weekends Munster Hurling Championship Final The GAA has often been criticised for being too traditional, looking inward and refusing to evolve. That interpretation must be disregarded. The GAA has in the last number of years opened its doors to ‘foreign games’, welcomed a foreign Monarch and has signed many commercial deals with international companies. …

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Watch Limerick’s Cian Lynch Subtle Skills In Their Victory Over Clare

Before this weekend clash between Tipperary and Limerick, take a look at Cian Lynch’s piece of skill In anticipation of this weekend’s game between Limerick and Tipperary, we just need to remind ourselves how good this 19 year old is. Lynch was captain of the Limerick team that reached last year’s All Ireland minor final. Despite losing out to Kilkenny, Lynch was …

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Tipperary Shouldn’t Really Be Favourites To Beat Limerick & Here’s Why

Limerick are more than capable of beating Tipperary Gunning for their third consecutive championship victory over Tipperary, Limerick enter this weekends game as underdogs. This is despite the fact that the Treaty men are looking to play in their third Munster Hurling Championship final in as many years. Indeed Tipperary have to travel to Gaelic Grounds not having beaten Limerick since 2012 and under Eamon …

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The Munster Championship…A Competition Apart

Limerick and Tipperary will renew their rivalry this weekend in what is looking like the most competitive Munster Championship in some time. With the summer sunshine looking to provide the backdrop to this Sunday’s Munster Hurling Championship semi-final between Limerick and Tipperary in the Gaelic Grounds, news that it will be a sell out should come as no surprise. From the first …

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