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Munster Club Action 2019

posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Tue Nov 12, 2019

We extend our best wishes to all of Tipperary’s clubs in Munster Gaelic football action

Clonmel Commercials travel to Clare this weekend © 

AIB Munster Senior Football Championship Semi Final

17 November 2019, 1:30pm

St. Joseph’s Miltown Malbay V Clonmel Commercials

Venue: Miltown Malbay


AIB Munster Intermediate Football Championship Semi Final

17 November 2019, 1:30pm

St. Breackan’s V Moycarkey Borris

Venue: Lisdoonvarna


AIB Munster Junior-A Football Championship Semi Final

23 November 2019

Mullinahone V Croom/Ballyduff Lower

Venue: Tipperary or Waterford venue


Munster Junior-B Football Championship

The Munster Junior B competition is a tournament run by Knockaderry GAA club in Limerick.

Quarter Final 2

Sunday 24th November at 2:00pm Grange (Cork) v Rathgormack (Waterford)


Quarter Final 1

Sunday 1st December at 2:00pm Scartaglen (Kerry) v Clondegad (Clare)


Semi Finals Sunday 8th December at 2:00pm

Killenaule (Tipperary) v Grange or Rathgormack


Sunday 15th December at 2:00pm Banogue (Limerick) v Scartaglen or Clondegad


Final – to be confirmed

Fixtures are weather permitting and may be subject to change.

All games will be played in Knockaderry and on Sundays.

Weekend Results

posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Sun Nov 10, 2019

Weekend County Final Results

FBD Insurance Intermediate Final

Moycarkey Borris 0-11 Clonmel Óg 1-6


FBD Insurance Tom Cusack Cup Final

Killenaule 1-7 Kilsheelan Kilcash 0-6


Shane Hennessey Agricultural Advisor West Tipperary Intermediate Final

Rockwell Rovers 2-10 Golden Kilfeacle 2-14 (AET)


FBD Insurance Tipperary Senior Football Championship

Clonmel Commercials 3-19 JK Brackens 0-7


FBD Insurance Tipperary Junior-A Championship Final

Mullinahone 2-8 Portroe 0-7


FBD Insurance Tipperary Junior-B Championship Final

Killenaule 5-11 Éire Óg Annacarty 3-4

County Final Results 2019

posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Sat Nov 09, 2019

Congratulations go to Clonmel Commercials on their 18th county senior football championship

FBD Insurance Tipperary Senior Football Championship

Clonmel Commercials 3-19 JK Brackens 0-7


FBD Insurance Tipperary Junior-A Championship Final

Mullinahone 2-8 Portroe 0-7

FBD Insurance Tipperary Junior-B Championship Final

Killenaule 5-11 Éire Óg Annacarty 3-4

County Final Weekend

posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Wed Nov 06, 2019

This weekend sees the culmination of our adult football competitions with an action packed fixture list to keep everyone happy

Clonmel Commercials, Senior Football Champions 2017

FBD Insurance County Junior-A Football Final

Saturday, 9 November, 2019

Portroe V Mullinahone

Templetuohy, 1pm


FBD Insurance County Junior-B Football Final

Saturday, 9 November, 2019

Éire Óg Annacarty Donohill V Killenaule

Littleton, 1pm


Fr. Manning Under-16 Football Tournament Group 5, Round 3

Saturday, 9 November, 2019

Offaly V Tipperary

Faithful Fields, 2pm


FBD Insurance County Senior Football Final

Saturday, 9 November, 2019

JK Brackens V Clonmel Commercials

Semple Stadium, 2:30pm


West Tipperary Intermediate Football Final

Sunday, 10 November, 2019

Golden Kilfeacle V Rockwell Rovers

Annacarty, 2pm


FBD Insurance County Intermediate Football Final

Sunday, 10 November, 2019

Clonmel Óg V Moycarkey Borris

Cashel, 2:30pm


FBD Insurance Tom Cusack Cup Final

Sunday, 10 November, 2019

Killenaule V Kilsheelan Kilcash

Clonmel, 2:30pm



The Tipperary Bloody Sunday Commemoration Committee Plans for 2020

posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Mon Nov 04, 2019

On a fateful day in late November, Mick Hogan did line out, 

He travelled from his native Tipp to take on Dublin in Croke Park.

He took his place upon the field then hoisted high the ball went in,

The cornerback gave his best for all of Tipp but little did he know that t’would be the last breath he’d take on Erins field that day.

The British came and gunned him down and many more besides,

Dear young Mick died by his teammates sides, as his blood did spill over by the old Hill and corner of the Cusack side.

Those white and green Tipp jerseys, were filled with sweat and tears, but they did turn red that day with the blood of Erins child.  

And now when we sit, as we make that trip, to Croker that is so fair,

The stand is called, opposite where he did fall, in his memory today.

Rest well now those who since have wore, our dear blue and gold, but we’ll ner forget that white and green of old, 

And dear Tipperary will not forget, Mick Hogan and our heroes of yore. 

The Tipperary GAA Bloody Sunday Commemoration Committee
Back L-R: Tim Hanly, JJ Crowley, Stephen Gleeson, Enda O’Sullivan, Pat Bracken
Front L-R: Barry O’Brien, Seamus McCarthy, Michael Power (Missing Colm O’Flaherty and John Flannery)


The memory of an event, that became known as Bloody Sunday 24 hours after it happened, still lingers one hundred years on in our collective psyche, as people of Tipp recall in a distant way the name of Mick Hogan and the event that is synonymous with the GAA and Croke Park and Tipperary football to this day.

2020 marks a very special year for Tipperary football in that it is one hundred years on from Bloody Sunday when one of our own was shot, fell and died on the famous sod of Croke Park. Mick Hogan, like the rest of the Tipperary panel and like those that wear the Tipperary jersey to this day, went out to represent his homeland and play alongside his teammates. His passing, and that of the others that lost their lives, had a profound effect on all those present and how the GAA developed subsequently.

Now as we approach 2020, most who read this will be filled with fond memories of Croke Park and of the fine performances of Tipperary hurling and football teams there over the past decade. Oft some of us have sat in the Hogan Stand, called after the Grangemockler corner back who was shot on Bloody Sunday, and we have tried to see in our minds eye what happened that day and the context of Ireland at that time and how it changed and turned into what we now know as home in the 21st century.

This coming year, the Bloody Sunday Football Commemorative Committee, a sub-committee of the Tipperary Football Committee, will run a series of events across the year to commemorate that era and event in our history.

On November 21st 2020, there will be a commemorate match played in Croke Park to honour the memory of those who were there on the fateful day when the course of history changed. Ahead of it, we will host a series of events in the months leading up to the match.

Croke Park and Dublin GAA will also be organizing commemorations and our committee are liaising closely to ensure an integrated programme of events. We hope there will be something for everybody across the year and that people will gain a deeper understanding and broadening of knowledge and develop an awareness of ‘Bloody Sunday’ and its meaning.

In Tipperary sport runs deep and for many in our fine county this centenary, of those times, will be a poignant and heart felt one. We hope to, as best we can, to encompass and bring the GAA community and indeed the wider community on a journey of remembrance along the way with us.

Our senior footballers back then in November 1920 left Tipp on a journey to Dublin and from that time forth the story of Tipp football and indeed the GAA and society in general changed forevermore. Now as we reflect on 2019 and the respective stories for the Tipp hurling and football teams, we look ahead to 2020 filled with all the hopes and dreams a new year brings. We hope you will take a moment sometime along the way and think of those times and people and feel that connection between then and now.

The Tipperary football and hurling teams and respective managements are busy preparing now in Dr Morris Park and selectors are planning the road ahead for 2020 but for the new senior football manager, David Power, the Tipp senior footballers and Gaels everywhere, there is an engagement in Croke Park in November 2020 that will be filled with the past and the present. In a way it’s a distant folk memory and yet the moment Tipperary and Dublin, in jerseys of old, take the field one hundred years on from 1920, it will be as real as the moment Mick Hogan took his place on the field between the Cusack Stand and the Hill and lined out at corner back when the fateful challenge game between Tipp and Dublin got underway. One hundred years on, we will pause and reflect..

The Tipperary football committee has a series of events planned for the coming year with our planned events beginning in March:


On March 2nd at 7.30pm in Nenagh, John Flannery will host a lecture relating to Bloody Sunday in association with the Ormond Historical Society.


On March 28th, at 7.30pm, at Bru Boru Cultural Centre, Cashel in partnership with Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann, Tipperary GAA will host a cultural evening of music, song and dance entitled “An Dushlan” which will be directed by Ray Conway. 


On April 28th, at 7.30pm, in ‘The Source’ Thurles author Paul Rouse, Associate Professor in UCD, who has written extensively on the history of Irish sport, will continue with our lecture series relating to Bloody Sunday. 


From May to September 2020 a series of commemorations will take place across the season at the gravesides of the panel of players who played a role on Bloody Sunday. We will remember them and lay a wreath by their graveside. More dates and details will be on the the ‘Tipperary GAA’ official website, the ‘Friends of Tipperary football’ website and on local media platforms closer to the time.


On October 21st, at 7.30pm,  as the centenary date approaches, Michael Foley author of “The Bloodied Field”, will host a lecture in Fethard about the events and time Bloody Sunday took place.


On November 7th, at 19:30, a Memorial Mass celebrated by Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly, relating to ‘Bloody Sunday’ will take place at the Cathedral of the Assumption in Thurles. 


On November 21st, in the evening time, a football game to commemorate the challenge match between Tipp and Dublin one hundred years before will take place in Croke Park, Dublin.


On November 22nd 2020 in Grangemockler, Bloody Sunday, and those of the time, will be remembered.


More details of all events to follow across local media and social media platforms. We hope all the people of Tipperary and beyond will connect with this major milestone in GAA history.

Stephen Gleeson – PRO

Upcoming Fixtures

posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Fri Oct 25, 2019

We have a busy weekend of club action coming up which will provide plenty of entertainment for Tipperary GAA supporters across the county

FBD Insurance Senior Football Championship

Sunday, 27 October 2019

Loughmore Castleiney V Clonmel Commercials

Boherlahan, 1pm


Sunday, 27 October 2019

Moyle Rovers V JK Bracken’s

Leahy Park, Cashel, 3pm


Tom Cusack Cup

John O’Dwyer, Killenaule

Sunday, 27 October 2019

Éire Óg Annacarty Donohill V Killenaule

New Inn, 12pm


Sunday, 27 October 2019

Aherlow Gaels V Kilsheelan Kilcash

Clogheen, 12pm



Willie Connors, Kiladangan

In the senior relegation championship Kiladangan have opted to self-relegate and as a result there will be no further games played in this section of the competition.

FBD Insurance Intermediate Football Championship

Saturday, 26 October, 2019

Clonmel Commercials V Clonmel Og

Monroe, 3pm


Sunday, 27 October, 2019

Moycarkey Borris V Golden Kilfeacle

Holycross, 3pm


FBD Insurance Junior-A Football Championship Semi-Finals

Saturday, 26 October, 2019

Portroe V Ballylooby/Castlegrace

Annacarty, 2pm


Sunday, 27 October, 2019

CLG Caislean Nua V Cathail S Ciocam

Ned Hall Park, 12pm

FBD Insurance Junior-B Football Championship Semi-Finals

Saturday, 26 October, 2019

Éire Óg Annacarty Donohill V Kilsheelan Kilcash

Killenaule, 3pm


Monday, 28 October, 2019

Killenaule V JK Bracken’s

Littleton, 2pm


Under-16 Football

Saturday, 26 October, 2019

Arravale Rovers V Clonmel Commercials

Dundrum, 12 noon

Please note the change of time and venue

Fr. Manning Tournament (Under-16 football)

Saturday, 26 October, 2019

Tipperary V Meath

Dr. Morris Park, 11am