History

 Tommy Ryan: A Bloody Sunday Witness 1921

http://www.friendsoftipperaryfootball.com/2017/08/01/tommy-ryan-a-bloody-sunday-witness-1921/

 

Interview by Paddy Doherty with Bill Ryan (Laha) about Bloody Sunday

 

http://www.friendsoftipperaryfootball.com/2017/08/22/bill-ryan-laha-bloody-sunday/

 

 

Tipperary’s First All-Ireland Minor Title, 1934

In 1934 the Tipperary footballers won the county’s very first All-Ireland minor football title. Along the way they lost their opening match to Clare and never actually played the final. Here is their story.

 

http://www.friendsoftipperaryfootball.com/2017/06/30/tipperarys-first-all-ireland-minor-title-1934/

Three is a Magic Number

 Tipperary’s Three Munster Titles in 1935

 

 

http://www.friendsoftipperaryfootball.com/2017/08/08/three-is-a-magic-number-tipperarys-three-munster-titles-in-1935/

 

The Curious Incident of the Missing Minor Trophy

 The Story of the Tipperary Minor Footballers of 1955

http://www.friendsoftipperaryfootball.com/2017/06/15/the-curious-incident-of-the-missing-minor-trophy-the-story-of-the-tipperary-minor-footballers-of-1955/

 

 

Nineteen Eighty-Four – The Last Men in Munster

The Story of the Tipperary Minor Footballers of 1984

http://www.friendsoftipperaryfootball.com/2017/07/29/nineteen-eighty-four-the-last-men-in-munster/

 

Mark Sheahan (Nenagh Éire Óg) reflects on his inter-county career

Mark Sheahan

Read his story here.