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Congratulations

posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Mon Aug 19, 2019

Congratulations go to the Tipperary senior hurlers on their amazing win yesterday in Croke Park

Barry Heffernan and Jake Morris surrounded by family and friends

We wish to extend our congratulations to the Tipperary senior hurlers on their great win yesterday in Croke Park in the All-Ireland senior hurling final over Brian Cody’s Kilkenny.

This is the 28th time we have won the hurling All-Ireland and added to our four football titles, brings Tipperary’s total senior victories to 32. It’s no wonder that we’re known as the Premier County with so many titles to our name.

Home Coming

The homecoming event for the All Ireland winning Tipperary SH team will be held in Semple Stadium this evening, August 19th.

The stadium will be open from 4pm with music and entertainment from 5:15pm. At present the team bus is scheduled to arrive in Semple Stadium for 7pm. Players and management will then be introduced to the supporters.

After the on stage formalities have concluded players and management will return out to the Dome.

The following are the car parks available for parking for the county Tipperary senior hurling team homecoming event:

Thurles Sarsfields, Racecourse Road.
Thurles Croke’s, Racecourse Road.
Thurles Greyhound Stadium.
Colaiste Mhuire Co Ed.
Steve Smees field, Holycross Rd.
Durlas Og, Abbey Road.
Parnell St Car Park.
Liberty Square Car Park  
Source Car Park.
Slievenamon Rd Car Park.

Please do not park on green areas and respect our neighbours around Semple Stadium. Please obey instructions of An Garda Síochána. Safe travelling to all supporters and enjoy the celebrations. 

Best wishes

posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Fri Aug 16, 2019

Best wishes to the Tipperary LGFA, Tipperary camogie and the Tipperary senior and under-20 hurlers

Seamus Callanan poses for selfie with supporters in Semple Stadium ©www.sportsfocus.ie

It’s a fantastic time to be a supporter of the Blue and Gold and with a number of huge games coming up we want to wish our teams the very best of luck.

Firstly, the Tipperary senior hurlers will line out in Croke Park on Sunday and will be aiming to capture the county’s 28th senior crown against age-old rivals Kilkenny. Liam Sheedy’s men came through a battle for the ages against Wexford in the semi-final and will be hoping to continue this form against Cody’s cats.

Secondly, the Tipperary LGFA side will play Sligo in Nowlan Park, Kilkenny tomorrow, Saturday, at 3pm in the All-Ireland intermediate semi-final. Tipperary last won the intermediate final two years ago in Croke Park and Shane Ronayne’s charges will be hoping to once again reach the decider. Last night the Tipperary starting fifteen was revealed and can be seen below.

Thirdly, the Tipperary camogie sides have two massive games tomorrow in the intermediate and senior All-Ireland championships with both sides in semi-final action. The intermediates face Galway in Cratloe at 2pm while the seniors play Kilkenny in the LIT Gaelic Grounds, Limerick at 5:30pm.

Finally, the Tipperary under-20 hurlers play Cork in the All-Ireland final on Saturday, 24 August at 6pm in the LIT Gaelic Grounds.

Up the Premier!

Tipperary LGFA V Longford, Minor football 2019

posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Sat Jul 20, 2019

Manager Shane Ronayne has revealed the starting fifteen for tomorrow’s round 2 LGFA clash between Tipperary and Longford. This game takes place in Seán Treacy Park, Tipperary Town at 1pm

 

1. Lauren Fitzpatrick (Ballymacarbry)

2. Lucy Spillane (Fethard)

3. Maria Curley (Templemore)

4. Emma Cronin (Moyle Rovers)

5. Brid Condon (Aherlow)

6. Samantha Lambert (Ardfinnan)

7. Caitlin Kennedy (Aherlow)

8. Aisling McCarthy (Cahir)

9. Mary Rose Kennedy (Aherlow)

10. Niamh Lonergan (Moyle Rovers)

11. Aishling Moloney (Cahir)

12. Laura Dillon (Ardfinnan)

13. Caoimhe Condon (Brian Borus)

14. Angela McGuigan (Sliabh na Mban)

15. Anna Carey (Clonmel Commercials)

16. Rachel Sweeney (Holycross)

17. Ava Fennessy (Clonmel Commercials)

18. Rosin Daly (Moyne Templetouhy)

19. Emma Morrissey (Aherlow)

20. Emma Buckley (Cahir)

21. Elaine Fitzpatrick (Templemore)

22. Niamh Martin (Sliabh na mBan)

23. Katie Cunningham (Lattin Cullen)

24. Orla Winston (Clonmel Commercials)

25. Orla O’Dwyer (Boherlahan)

26. Muireann Lloyd (Moyne Templetouhy)

27. Roseanna Kiely (Cahir)

28. Courtney Lonergan (Clonmel Commercials)

29. Marie Creedon (Thurles Sarsfields)

30. Cora Maher (Moyle Rovers)

County Minor Finals

Meanwhile we send our congratulations to Grangemockler Ballyneale who captured the Michael Hogan Cup following a 2-11 to 0-11 victory over Thurles Sarsfield’s in the county minor A final last weekend. This was extra special for the South club as it was their first win at this grade and with the 100th anniversary of Bloody Sunday occurring next year, it is fitting that the trophy named after one of their most famous sons has finally made it home. And in a fantastic tribute, the panel brought the trophy to Michael’s grave and there’s no doubt that he was smiling down on all from above.

For a full match report from this game please click here.

In the B decider Kilsheelan Kilcash ensured another county minor title headed to the South division after they beat Aherlow Gaels in Cahir on a 2-15 to 1-5 scoreline. Congratulations to all involved on the win and commiserations to both Thurles Sarsfield’s and Aherlow Gaels on the defeat.

Tipperary Water League Finals

Tonight, Saturday, Fethard and Clonmel Óg play in the division two league final (Tipperary Man’s Cup) final in Monroe at 7:30pm.

Tomorrow at 12pm in Ardfinnan, Clonmel Commercials and Moyle Rovers play in the division one league final (Dr. Clifford Cup) while at the same time in Boherlahan, Seán Treacy’s and Killenaule meet in the division three (Board Shield) decider.

We wish all clubs involved the very best of luck.

For details of all clubs fixtures and results in the county please visit https://tipperary.gaa.ie/fixtures-results/

 

Tipperary LGFA V Meath 2019

posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Fri Jul 12, 2019

The Tipperary LGFA side to play Meath in the intermediate All-Ireland championship on Sunday in Ardfinnan at 2pm has been named

Disappointment as Tipperary Exit the Munster under-20 championship

posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Wed Jul 03, 2019

There was huge disappointment in Semple Stadium last night as the Tipperary footballers exited the Eirgrid Munster under-20 championship at the hands of Limerick

Rian Quigley scores Tipperary’s goal ©Diarmuid Brennan www.sportsfocus.ie

EIRGRID MUNSTER UNDER 20 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINAL

TIPPERARY 1-12 LIMERICK 13

It has been a year to forget for Tipperary football with our seniors, minors and now under-20s exiting the championship much earlier than we would have liked with Limerick becoming our arch-nemesis in both codes. Last night our footballers entered the championship on a good run of form following wins over Waterford, Carlow and Wexford in the Andrew Cordon Cup as well as notable displays in challenge games and so were bitterly disappointed to find themselves on the wrong side of a 1-13 to 1-12 scoreline when referee James Birmingham blew the full-time whistle.

Played in front of 697 paying spectators it was Limerick midfielder Jack Downey who became the Treaty’s hero after he pointed a ’45, three minutes into injury time, to send his side through to the semi-finals where they will face Kerry. Tipperary did have a chance to level it moments later when Seán O’Connor tried his best from a difficult free, forty yards out by the New Stand, however his effort fell short much to the delight of the travelling support. To be fair to O’Connor there was huge pressure on his shoulders and it was a difficult free at the best of times.

Tipperary started the game brightly and by the fifteenth minute led 0-6 to 0-2. Tom McGlinchey’s side were defending well and quickly converting defence into attack refusing to allow the Limerick backs time to organise.

By the break Tipperary were 0-8 to 0-5 to the good and got the dream start to the second half when Rian Quigley found himself inside the large parallelogram at the Town End goal and he drilled his shot low and hard past Jamie Hickey in the Limerick goal. Two quick points followed and Tipperary appeared to be in a commanding position with their eight-point lead.

However Limerick showed great composure and determination for the remainder of the half to reel in the Premier’s lead. Tipperary failed to score for the next fifteen minutes as Limerick rattled off 1-4, including a stunning Noel Callnan goal which was worth the admission fee alone.

Two minutes from time substitute Niall McAuliffe, with his very first touch of the ball, levelled the counties before Jack Downey’s late winner secured the win for Limerick.

 

Limerick celebrate the full-time whistle ©Diarmuid Brennan www.sportsfocus.ie

TIPPERARY

Kuba Beben, Liam Cleary, Jack Harney,Tommy McDonagh, Mark O’Meara, Darragh O’Leary, Eanna McBride, Luke Fogarty, Conal Kennedy (0-1), Aaron O’Neill, Kevin Grogan (0-2), Cillian Crowe, Sean O’Connor (1-5), Adam McGrath, Riain Quigley (1-4).

Substitues: Shane Doyle for McGrath, Cormac Maher for McDonagh,  AJ Willis for O’Neill.

LIMERICK

Jamie Hickey, Jack Fitzgerald, Darragh Woulfe, Cillian Ferris, Dubhán O’Grady, Adam Shanagher, Lee Woulfe, Jack Coyne, Jack Downey (0-3), Karol Moloney, Barry Coleman, Reubhan McCarthy, Noel Callnan (1-3), James Molyneaux (0-2), James Cummins 0-1

Substitues: John Hayes (0-3) for D. Woulfe, Jamie Fitzgerald for Cillian Ferris, Darragh Lane for O’Grady, Brian Foley for L. Woulfe, Niall McAuliffe (0-1) for J. Hayes, DJ Stack for Molyneaux.

Referee: James Bermingham (Cork).

Tipp U20 V Limerick 2019

posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Mon Jul 01, 2019

The Tipperary under-20 side to face Limerick

Best of luck to the Tipperary under-20 footballers who face Limerick tomorrow evening in Semple Stadium at 7pm in the Eirgrid Munster championship. Manager Tom McGlinchy has revealed the starting fifteen and substitutes for tomorrow’s encounter.

1. Kuba Beben (JK Brackens)
2. Liam Cleary (Borrisokane)
3. Jack Harney (Moyle Rvs) Captain
4. Tommy McDonagh (Cahir)
5. Mark O’Meara (Grangemockler)
6. Darragh O’Leary (Ardfinnan) 
7. Éanna McBride (JK Brackens)
8. Luke Fogarty (Moyle Rovers)
9. Conal Kennedy (Clonmel Commercials)
10. Aaron O’Neill (Newport)
11. Kevin Grogan (Cahir)
12. Cillian Crowe (Moyle Rovers)
13. Sean O’Connor (Clonmel Commercials)
14. Adam McGrath (Galtee Rovers)
15. Riain Quigley (Moyle Rovers)
16. Brian Quirke (Moyle Rovers)
17. Shane Doyle (JK Brackens)
18. Conor Fahy (Upperchurch/Drombane)
19. Kevin Hayes (Moycarkey-Borris)
20. Cormac Maher (Arravale Rovers)
21. Dylan Nugent (Ardfinnan)
22. Shane O’Connor (Clonmel Og)
23. Cian O’Sullivan (Clonmel Óg)
24. AJ Willis (Portroe)

Manager: Tom McGlinchey
Coach/Selector: Niall Fitzgerald 
Coach/Selector: Paddy O’Flaherty 
S&C: Brian Murray
Logistics: Adrian Condon
Physio: Vivienne Glynn
Statistics/Analysis: Tommy Toomey

Minor Club Football

County Minor A Trophy

Results

Tipperary Water County Minor A  Football Championship Semi-Final
Thurles Sarsfields 2-9 Arravale Rovers 1-7

Tipperary Water County Minor B Football Championship Semi-Final
Aherlow Gaels 3-14 Boherlahan-Dualla 3-14

Fixtures

Tipperary Water County Minor A Football Championship Semi-Final

Ballina V Cahir/Grangemockler Ballyneale

Sunday, 7th July, Templemore 12pm

Tipperary Water County Minor B Football Championship Semi-Final

Borrisokane V Mullinehone/Kilsheelan Kilcash

Saturday, July 6th, The Ragg, 7pm

Tipperary LGFA

Manager Shane Ronayne © www.sportsfocus.ie

In the TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Ladies Football Championship, Tipperary are in group two and will face Longford, Wicklow and Meath. Tipperary face Meath on Saturday, July 13,  Longford on the weekend of July 21 and Wicklow on the weekend of July 28.