This evening, live on RTÉ 2, the GAA held their draws for next year’s championships and in the Munster province, Tipperary will meet Limerick in the quarter-final with the winners playing Cork in the semi-final.
Clare were drawn to play Waterford with the victors in this encounter going forward to play Kerry in the semi-final. Both Cork and Kerry were seeded due to the fact that they reached the provincial decider last year.
2019 Munster Senior Football Championship
Tipperary V Limerick (winners play Cork)
Waterford V Clare (winners play Kerry)
A. New York v mayo
B. London v Galway
C. Leitrim v roscommon
A v C
B v Sligo
1. Louth v Wexford
2. Wicklow v Kildare
3. Meath v offaly
A. 1 v Dublin
B. 2 v Longford
C. 3 v Carlow
D. Westmeath v Laois
A v B
C v D
1. Tyrone v Derry
A. Cavan v Monaghan
B. Down v Armagh
C. Donegal v Fermanagh
D. Antrim v 1
1. A v B
2. C v D
In other news, recently the Tipperary County Board relaunched their website after significant upgrades which has now resulted in a user-friendly interface and a much easier to navigate results and fixtures section. We encourage all Tipperary fans to visit the site and become familiar with all it has to offer. The address is tipperary.gaa.ie and will keep you up-to-date on all the happenings in Tipperary GAA.
posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Tue Oct 02, 2018
There is no doubt that Cahir will regret not putting a 30 yard free over the bar to level the game as we headed into injury time. Instead they tried to work a goal but were headed off at the pass by the JKB posse who broke up field at pace and Andrew Ormond slotted over his third of the day to make the score 3.09 to 1.13. Cahir had one last chance to launch a free into the JKB square. They opted to go short, the pass was intercepted and Paddy Russell called a halt to proceedings.
The management team of Jim Mullen, Mel McBride and Aidan Doyle, might never enjoy a better day patrolling the sidelines than they had last Saturday. Tactically they got everything spot on and for them this victory had been 3 years in the making.
After the match I sat having a pint with a few of my club mates, a wise man wandered over and said “you know what lads, I think football might be our game”.
As expected Liam Kearns will continue in his role as manager of the senior footballers, completing the second year of a deal agreed prior to 2018.
In hurling, former All-Ireland winning manager Liam Sheedy re-takes the reigns of the senior side and will be hoping to rekindle the form that saw his side capture the Liam McCarthy Cup in 2010.
Announcing the outcome of the process to find Tipperary’s new senior hurling manager, Tipperary County Board Chairman John Devane said: “We are delighted to announce Liam Sheedy will be taking over as manager of our senior hurling team. Liam brings an unrivalled mix of track-record, passion and conviction to the table. We thank him for his commitment and we look forward to providing him with the full support of the county board as we move into the 2019 season.”
“I would also like to state, on behalf of the County Board and all who support Tipperary hurling, our thanks to others who put their names forward for this post over recent weeks. We have been hugely impressed by the quality of candidate and also by their passion for Tipperary hurling. We look forward to working with them in the future.”
Said Liam Sheedy: “I am taking up the role with a huge sense of excitement and enthusiasm, mostly at the thought of getting back into the dressing-room and out on the field with Tipperary’s best.”
“I come on board again just two years after Michael Ryan led Tipperary to a superb All-Ireland title. He has handed over an incredibly talented squad that I look forward to finalising over the coming weeks and months and getting Tipperary ready for 2019.”posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Sun Sep 09, 2018
Last night in the GAA Centre in Clonmel Pete Savage officially launched the three year strategic plan for the development of Gaelic football in the Premier county.
In what was an enjoyable occasion the night also saw a reunion of the Tipperary senior teams of 1993, ’94 and ’98 which all reached the Munster finals. This included a insightful question and answers session with Stephen Gleeson of Tipp FM as he grilled goalkeeper Philip Ryan, Seán Collum, Brian Burke, Liam Kearns and manager from the time, Seamus McCarthy.
The centre was packed to capacity with supporters and former players reminiscing about the 1990’s as well as officials from the County Board and Tipperary Football Committee.
If you would like to read the strategic plan please click on the download tab at the top of this page.
"I think we'd have won it in 94, probably won it, if John Leahy didn't put his leg into the only hole that was in Limerick in the semi final" 😂😂
The great Petey Savage talking about the Tipp teams of the 90s at the launch of @TippfootballGAA strategic plan #GAA #football pic.twitter.com/Ffs8Jqqoy2
— Stephen Gleeson (@StephenGtippfm) September 9, 2018
Brilliant night in Clonmel as the @TippfootballGAA strategic plan was launched and 90s remembered!! Delighted to chat onstage to Brian Burke, Sean Collum, Liam Kearns, Seamus McCarthy, Philly Ryan. Great to meet supporters too incl the great @kevinhanly32 !! #GAA #Tipperary pic.twitter.com/SitgLOcYuC
— Stephen Gleeson (@StephenGtippfm) September 9, 2018
Meanwhile in the Tipperary Water club championship the eight quarter-finalists have now been revealed with the four group winners playing the second-placed teams. The group winners were Clonmel Commercials, Moyle Rovers, Loughmore-Castleiney and Ballyporeen while the second-placed teams are Killenaule, Arravale Rovers, Kilsheelan-Kilcash and Ardfinnan.
Loughmore Castleiney 2-12 Kilsheslan Kilcash 0-7
Drom & Inch gave JK Brackens a walkover
Moyle Rovers 3-13 Galtee Rovers 1-3
Arravale Rovers 4-9 Upperchurch Drombane 2-8
Ballyporeen 2-10 Killenaule 0-11
Cahir 3-16 Kiladangan 0-4
Ardfinnan 2-9 Aherlow Gaels 2-5
In the Tipperary Water intermediate football championship six of the eight quarter-finalists are now known as Grangemockler Ballyneale, Borrisokane and Golden Kilfeacle have been confirmed as group winners while Clonmel Commercials, Clonoulty Rossmore and Rockwell Rovers are group runners-up. A three-way play-off between Moyne Templetuohy, Loughmore Castleiney and Moyle Rovers will be required to settle affairs in group two.
Grangemockler Ballyneale 2-15 Father Sheehys 0-8
Clonmel Commercials 3-13 Fethard 3-8
Moyle Rovers 4-9 Moyne Templetuohy 1-10
Borrisokane 1-9 Clonoulty Rossmore 0-8
Golden Kilfeacle 2-10 Rockwell Rovers 0-10
Carrick Swan received a walkover from Clonmel Ógposted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Fri Sep 07, 2018
Tomorrow evening, Saturday, the Tipperary Football Committee will have the second of their official launches of their strategic plan for the future of Tipperary football.
This will take place in the GAA Centre, Western Road, Clonmel and is due to begin at 9pm. Also on the night there will be a reunion of the Tipperary senior football teams that made the Munster finals on three occasions in the 1990s, namely 1993, 1994 and 1998.
This is an open invitation and all are welcome to attend.
The strategic plan can be downloaded at the “Strategic Plan” tab at the top of this page.
Drom & Inch have conceded a walkover to JK Brackens
Moyle Rovers V Galtee Rovers
Upperchurch Drombane V Arravale Rovers
Ballyporeen v Killenaule
Kiladangan V Cahir
Aherlow Gaels V Ardfinnan
Father Sheehys v Grangemockler-Ballyneale
Venue: Ned Hall Park
Clonmel Commercials v Fethard
Moyle Rovers V Moyne Templetuohy
Venue: New Inn
Moycarkey Borris V Loughmore Castleiney
Venue: Dr Morris Park
Borrisokane V Clonoulty Rossmore
Venue: The Ragg
Rockwell Rovers V Golden Kilfeacle
Carrick Swan V Clonmel Óg
Venue: Monroeposted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Thu Sep 06, 2018
Brian has made a tremendous contribution to the senior set-up in recent years and his selfless efforts played no small role in our recent successes.
Another man who played a huge role that has decided to part ways is strength and conditioning coach David Moriarty. The Limerick man was a popular figure among the players and he had them in tip-top shape for all their games.
Thanks to both David and Brian for everything over the last few years.
Affter 3 fantastic years with the Tipperary Senior Footballers @TippfootballGAA I have to step down from my role as Selector/Performance Analyst/Coach in 2019. Amazing memories. Thanks to the Players, Liam, Management & Backroom Teams. @TipperaryGAA
— Brian Lacey (@Lacey_Brian) September 6, 2018
Every journey must come to an end! Decided to step aside as S&C coach with @TipperaryGAA footballers. Many thanks to all involved for some great memories over past 3 years, especially Liam K who gave me the opportunity. Also @paulcrackerfitz @goldenstapo @paschalpk14 @Lacey_Brian
— David Moriarty (@moriartydave71) July 30, 2018