Tipperary Ladies Football and Kevin Hanly

Best of luck to the Tipperary ladies football team in the TG4 All-Ireland semi-final this weekend All-Ireland Intermediate Semi-Final Tipperary V Meath Semple Stadium Saturday 26th August 16:45pm The Friends of Tipperary Football extend our best wishes to the ladies football team who contest the TG4 All-Ireland semi-final this Saturday where they will face the […]

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Interview with Bill Ryan (Laha) About Bloody Sunday

In 1993 Tipperary qualified for the Munster senior football final in which they played Cork but unfortunately lost 1-16 to 1-8. In the match programme for that game there was a superb interview, carried out by Paddy Doherty, with the late Bill Ryan of Laha and Loughmore Castleiney. Bill was a member of the Bloody […]

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Tipperary Ladies Through to All-Ireland semi-Final

We extend our congratulations to the Tipperary ladies football team who overcame the challenge of Wexford today in the All-Ireland intermediate quarter-final on a scoreline of 2-15 to 3-11. The teams were level at the end of normal time 1-12 to 2-9 and a superb effort in extra time saw the Premier emerge victorious by […]

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Three is a Magic Number – Tipperary’s Three Munster Titles in 1935

Three is a Magic Number – Tipperary’s Three Munster Titles in 1935 Schoolhouse Rock! was an American TV series of short animated musical educational programs that aired in the United States on Saturday mornings on ABC and ran from 1973 to 1985. It was revived in 1993 for another seven seasons. David McCall came up […]

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Tommy Ryan: A Bloody Sunday Witness 1921

Tommy Ryan: A Bloody Sunday Witness 1921 On the 21st November 1920 the most political Gaelic football match in Irish history began.  In a time of growing unrest in Ireland, this was a decisive turning point in the military and political struggle between British forces and the Irish Republican Army (IRA) . Thirty players lined out […]

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