"We're yet to play a bad match against Tipperary"

August 17, 2019

Kilkenny's Paul Murphy and Dan McCormack of Tipperary contest a high ball.
©INPHO/Cathal Noonan.

Kilkenny’s Paul Murphy says he has yet to be involved a bad match against Tipperary in his playing career with the Cats.

Murphy and his team mates line-out against the Premier men tomorrow as they bid for their county’s 37th All-Ireland crown and the Danesfort is expecting another epic battle at Croker.

"I'm part of this panel a good few years and we're yet to play a bad match against Tipperary. Be it a league match in Nowlan Park in a rainy February or an All-Ireland final in Croke Park,” he told RTE Sport.  

"You want to have a brilliant rivalries, brilliant matches, that are full of edge and great hurling.

“It's great to have this rivalry and still be fighting against them in an All-Ireland final."

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