The Tipperary team
The services also funds palliative care nurses in North Tipperary who support people in their own home as well as providing equipment to allow cancer clients live at home with dignity and respect.
North Tipperary Hospice ensures people are not alone on their cancer journey and support and walk with them on every step of their journey.
Unfortunately, they require €500,000 to continue to provide their services and no part of this service is government funded. This shows the importance of community support and the efforts of the Tipperary footballers and their backroom team as this fundraise for this vital service.
If you would like to donate to the Tipperary footballers campaign please click here.
Further information about North Tipperary Hospice can be found here: https://www.northtipphospice.ie/posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Tue Apr 28, 2020
A Go Fund Me page has been set up with the aim of raising €15,000 to be split evenly between the three.
Tipperary footballer Michael Hogan along with 13 innocent spectators lost their lives on that fateful day 100 years ago in Croke Park which changed the course of Irish history and forever changed the history of the GAA.
On Friday March 27th and Saturday March 28th, at the Brú Ború Cultural Centre in Cashel, in association with Comhaltas Ceoltoirí Eireann, Tipperary GAA Bloody Sunday Commemoration Committee will host a stage production of music, song and dance entitled An Dúshlán, remembering the events of Bloody Sunday. This production is part of a year long series of Commemoration events organised by Tipperary GAA.
This original and specially commissioned stage production will explore the events of Bloody Sunday 1920, drawing on the music and song of the time along with eyewitness and newspaper accounts to recall this defining moment in the struggle for Irish Independence, it’s impact on the GAA, and how the echoes of those fatal shots can still be heard in the Ireland of today.
Taking part are a number of renowned musicians and performers from Comhaltas Ceoltoirí Eireann including legendary tenor Séan Ó Sé and champion set dancers from Newcastle. The C. J. Kickham Brass and Reed Band who have strong nationalist links going back to Fenian times and indeed have a connection with the Tipperary Bloody Sunday Team will also participate in the production. Former RTE broadcaster Ciana Campbell and IFTA nominated Irish actor Diarmuid de Faoite will narrate the production which is produced by Ray Conway who also directed the acclaimed Easter 1916 production “Macalla”.
Tickets for this specially commissioned event are expected to sell out very quickly so early booking is advised. Tickets are just €20 on the Brú Ború website http://www.bruboru.ie or by phone on 062-61122. Click the following link: https://bruboru.ie/whats-on/bru-boru-events/414/
posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Mon Mar 02, 2020
Tipperary captain Conor Sweeney won the pre-match toss and elected to play with a strong breeze in the first half but it was Longford who exploded from the blocks scoring an early goal through Liam Connerton and while Sweeney himself fisted home a goal following a great Steven O’Brien pass, Longford took the game to the Premier and were rewarded with a second three-pointer through Dessie Reynolds and they entered the break with a well-deserved one-point lead.
Substitute Liam Boland was sin binned not long after the resumption and while he was out of action Longford scored 0-3 and added a third goal moments after he resumed play when a Tipperary attack broke down and the home side quickly moved possession up the field for Oran Kenny to add their third goal of the game.
Conor Sweeney kept hopes alive with a penalty goal after Steven O’Brien was hauled down and Tipperary pressed hard to get back into the game. A Kevin O’Halloran goal gave the Premier hope and moments later Liam Boland kicked a lovely point to reduce the deficit to three however a late Longford surge saw them grab two points from Darren Gallagher and Oran Kenny to seal the win.
Tipperary face Offaly next in Semple Stadium in two-weeks time.
LONGFORD: Paddy Collum (0-1); Patrick Fox, Andrew Farrell, Barry O’Farrell, Donal McElligott (0-1), Gary Rogers (0-1), Gerard Flynn, Darren Gallagher (0-4), Kevin Diffley, Michael Quinn, Daniel Mimnagh, Dessie Reynolds (1-0), Rian Brady (0-3), Liam Connerton (1-0), Oran Kenny (1-2).
Subs:- Darragh Doherty for G Flynn, Joseph Hagan for R Brady.
TIPPERARY: Evan Comerford, Alan Campbell, John Meagher, Tadhg Fitzgerald, Padraic Looram (0-1), Robbie Kiely, Bill Maher, Steven O’Brien, Conal Kennedy, Emmet Moloney, Jack Kennedy, Brian Fox, Conor Sweeney (2-4), Sean O’Connor (0-1), Rian Quigley.
Subs:- Liam Boland (0-1) for C Kennedy, Philip Austin for P Looram, Kevin O’Halloran (1-0) for S O’Connor, Jack Harney for B Maher, Alan Moloney for R Quigley.
Referee: Niall McKenna (Monaghan).
— John O' Loughlin (@Brittas10) March 1, 2020
posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Fri Feb 28, 2020
On Monday week, March 9th, (Please note the change of date) John Flannery will deliver a lecture on Bloody Sunday at 8pm in the Abbey Court Hotel, Nenagh. The talk is presented in conjunction with the Tipperary GAA Bloody Sunday Commemoration Committee and as an OHS contribution to Nenagh 800. Bloody Sunday; A Bitter Legacy or A Legacy of Bitterness, will examine the events in Croke Park on the 21st November 1920 and how those events impacted on the GAA in the immediate aftermath and how they still resonate one hundred years later. This talk is the first in a series of events taking place over the coming months to commemorate the tragedy and which will culminate with a replay of the game in Croke Park on November 21st next.
The attack by a combined force of RIC, Auxiliaries and British army on those attending a football match between Dublin and Tipperary left fourteen people dead, including Michael Hogan – the Tipperary corner back. In excess of sixty people were wounded and many others were injured in the stampede which took place when the firing erupted. Attempts by the Authorities at the time, to blame members of the crowd for opening fire and to cover up the actions of the police failed and the event created press headlines worldwide.
The speaker, OHS member John Flannery, is also a member of the commemoration committee. A past-President of OHS, John is a regular contributor to Society lectures and has also delivered talks to historical societies throughout the country. He has also contributed to the popular TV programme Who do You Think You Are and to Ceol Cogadh na Saoirse on TG4. He holds an MA in History of Family from UL and is a member of Tipperary in the Decade of Revolution history group.
Good interview here as @francurry700 and Nenagh based historian John Flannery chat about the upcoming 'Bloody Sunday' lecture on March 9th in Nenagh. The relevant audio starts a minute or so in.. #GAA @lyndamoo7 @TippfootballGAAhttps://t.co/U9gYl1dEOO
— Stephen Gleeson (@StephenGleeson_) February 26, 2020
On the afternoon of Sunday 21st November, 1920, as thousands gathered at Croke Park in Dublin to watch a challenge match between the great rivals Tipperary and Dublin, rumours spread about the earlier trouble in the city, when fourteen British Agents were gunned down by the IRA. But as the match got underway, neither players nor spectators could imagine the horror that was to follow, as a combined forces of RIC and British Military, angered by the morning’s events, surrounded the ground and opened fire on the crowd.
Exploring the events of Bloody Sunday 1920, ’An Dúshlán’ (The Challenge), an original stage production, will draw on the music and song of the time along with eyewitness and newspaper accounts to recall this defining moment in the struggle for Irish Independence, it’s impact on the GAA, and how the echos of those fatal shots of the 21st of November 1920 can still be heard in the Ireland of today.
Tickets for this exciting event can be purchased here: https://www.bruboru.ie/whats-on/bru-boru-events/414/
Minor Manager Tony Smyth has announced his panel that face Kerry this Sunday in the 1st Round of the Minor Munster Championship in John Mitchell Park Tralee at 1.30pm. Best of luck to all our Ladies and management team 💙💛#SeriousSupport #ProperFan#FollowOurJourney pic.twitter.com/fwCjhWNjXm
— Tipp Ladies Football (@TippLadiesFB) February 28, 2020
Loreto Clonmel complete Munster ladies football three-in-a-row – Tipp FM
— Ladies Football (@LadiesFootball) February 27, 2020
The Tipperary team to play Waterford in the fifth round of the Allianz National Hurling League in Semple Stadium Thurles, on Sunday 1st March, 2020, at 2pm, has been selected as follows:
posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Sun Feb 23, 2020
One of the most pleasing aspects of tonight’s game was that four players made their debuts and none looked out of place as Tipperary took the game to Cork from the get go and rattled off five points inside the opening eight minutes which had the crowd buzzing.
Ten Tipperary players managed to get on the scoreboard including two from Riain Quigley, making his first senior competitive start. Colman Kennedy, one of the most exciting minors the game has seen, had a lively first half before being substituted in the 29th minute due to injury while Jack Kennedy and Steven O’Brien dominated the middle of the field for long periods.
Cork did manage to draw level in the 26th minute through a Ruairi Deane goal but by the time the referee signalled the break Tipperary had opened the gap again to three, 0-12 to 1-6.
Two second-half Luke Connolly goals, including one from a penalty, ultimately ended up being the difference between the sides as Tipperary fought gamely and when Conor Sweeney reduced the margin to one deep injury time it appeared as if the Premier were going to get at least a point but unfortunately they just ran out of time.
Tipperary: Evan Comerford (0-1), Alan Campbell, John Meagher, Tadhg Fitzgerald, Kevin Fahey, Robbie Kiely, Bill Maher, Steven O’Brien (0-2), Jack Kennedy (0-5), Emmet Moloney (0-2), Colman Kennedy (0-1), Brian Fox (0-1), Riain Quigley (0-2), Conor Sweeney (0-4), Sean O’Connor (0-1).
Substitutes: Liam Boland (0-2) for C Kennedy, Liam Fahey for K Fahey, Kevin O’Halloran for Quigley, Jason Lonergan for O’Connor, Jospeh Nyland for K Fahey.
Cork: Micheal Martin, Sean Powter (0-1), James Loughrey, Paul Ring, Tomas Clancy, Mattie Taylor (0-1), Cian Kiely (0-1), Ian Maguire, Killian O’Hanlo, John O’Rourke (0-2), Sean White, Brian Hartnett, Ruairi Deane (1-0), Cathail O’Mahony (0-5), Luke Connolly (2-2).
Substitutes: Liam O’Donovan for Taylor, Ciaran Sheehan (0-1) for White, Liam O’Donovan for Kiely, Colm O’Callaghan for O’Mahony, Paul Walsh for Powter, Kevin O’Driscoll for O’Hanlon.
Referee: Brendan Cawley (Kildare)
— Dammit, Marty (@DammitMarty) February 22, 2020
Delighted to be PRO of the Bloody Sunday Commemoration Committee.
Get along to some upcoming events if ya can (see below)..
Glad the white and green will be the new Tipp alternative jersey and keepers jersey and that Mick Hogans image will be on our beloved Blue and Gold #Tipp https://t.co/rtThmS5weo
— Stephen Gleeson (@StephenGleeson_) February 22, 2020
Unfortunate not to get something out of the game but a good display of kicking and scoring by @TippfootballGAA in Semple tonight. 21 points in those conditions is some shooting. A few silly mistakes cost us but lots of positives to take into a must win game in Longford next week
— Declan Browne (@dbrowne15) February 22, 2020