David Power is EirGrid Manager of the Month

Well done to Tipperary Senior Football Manager, David Power who has been selected to receive the EirGrid Manager of the Month for November.

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Fixture Details – Munster GAA (December 12th)

See below the fixture details for the Munster GAA Minor and Under 20 Championship matches on Saturday December 12th   2020 Electric Ireland Munster GAA Hurling Minor Championship Semi-Final Limerick v Cork Venue: Semple Stadium Thurles @ 1pm Referee: Kevin Jordan (Tipperary) Extra Time if Necessary (Result on the Day) Streamed Live on Spórt TG4 […]

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Tipperary v Clare Minor Football live on TG4 YouTube channel

Tipperary play Clare on Saturday in the Munster MFC 1/4 final. The game will be live on TG4 YouTube channel from 5pm

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Statement from Shane Ronayne & Tipperary Ladies Football

After the championship game vs Monaghan my term as Tipperary Ladies Football manager ended. I have decided that I will not be seeking a new term in charge of the team. I haven’t made this decision lightly and my association with this group of players and management team certainly made the decision extremely hard. I […]

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Even Strong Men Were Moved to Tears

“Even Strong Men Were Moved to Tears” The Death and Funeral of Michael Hogan This year marks the 100th anniversary of one of the biggest atrocities ever witnessed, not just in Ireland, but across the globe as British authorities attacked innocent spectators and players in Croke Park as the footballers of Tipperary and Dublin played […]

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Tipperary Team to Play Mayo All-Ireland semi-final 2020

Manager David Power has announced the starting fifteen for Sunday’s clash with Mayo in the 2020 All-Ireland senior football semi-final   As Tipperary prepare to play Mayo on Sunday next, December 6th in the All-Ireland senior football semi-final at 3:30pm in Croke Park, manager David Power has announced his side. Together with his management team […]

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Jane Boyle – A Bloody Sunday Victim

Jane Boyle was the only female to die on Bloody Sunday in Croke Park. She was due to be married five days later to Tipperary man Daniel Byron but instead, her life was cut cruelly short. This is her story.     Jane Boyle woke up on 21 November 1920 in blissful happiness. Five days […]

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