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Major Talking Points As Tipp Get The Better Of Limerick In Thurles

Tipperary 1-22 Limerick 0-21 Reporting by Marisa Kennedy in Semple Stadium Limerick and Tipperary will contest the Munster Senior Hurling Championship final in two weeks’ time following the conclusion of the round-robin series. Liam Sheedy’s side got the better of the Treaty men during today’s entertaining encounter in Semple Stadium with Seamus Callanan’s 38th-minute goal proving the difference in front …

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Tipperary Manager Liam Kearns Resigns Following Defeat To Down

Tipperary football manager Liam Kearns has resigned from his position following his side’s defeat to Down in Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC qualifier round 1 clash at Pairc Esler. Kearns has been in charge of Tipp since November 2015 but steps away after two disappointing defeats in as many games after they were shockingly knocked out of the Munster Championship by Limerick. …

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Eoin Murphy On “Formidable” Tipp And Waterford’s Disappointing Season

Eoin Murphy

Kilkenny goalkeeper Eoin Murphy believes that Tipperary are the team setting the standard this year following their impressive performances in the Munster Championship so far.  Liam Sheedy’s side have breezed to comprehensive wins over Cork, Waterford and Clare, scoring a combined total of 7-79 across all three games. While the Premier County are soaring, it has been another bleak year …

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Championship Deep-Dive: The Magic Of The McGrath Brothers

In June of last year in Semple Stadium, Clare knocked Tipperary out of the hurling championship with a two-point win. After one loss and two draws, it was probably Tipperary’s best performance of the round-robin series but they conceded a five-point lead in the final 10 minutes and the 2016 All Ireland champions had to watch the rest of the …

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Hasty Predictions Make Sensational Headlines But Not Smart Bets

Munster Hurling Championship

Liam Sheedy was quick to downplay the significance of his side’s seven-point win against Cork in the Munster hurling championship last weekend, and wisely so. “It’s two points in the bank, nothing more. Two points won’t get you anywhere in this championship. One performance won’t get you out.”   Managing expectations will be high on his list of priorities following …

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Championship Deep-Dive: Old Guard Prove Worth For Tipperary

Tipperary Cork deep dive feature

Much was made of Liam Sheedy’s decision to start 11 of the players from the All Ireland final in 2016, preferring their experience to the use of the U21 All Ireland winners from last year.  Of those 11 players, five were involved in 2010 when Tipperary last won the All Ireland under the Portroe man – Brendan Maher, Seamus Callanan, …

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Sheedy’s Faith In Class Of 2010 Pays Off As Tipperary Win In Cork

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There were serious questions about this Tipperary side going into their Munster Senior Championship opener against Cork in Pairc Ui Chaoimh today.  Given their early championship exit in 2018 and their mixed performances in the league, it was hard to gauge how this team compared to their other Munster counterparts. Questions were also asked about their older contingent, the heroes …

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