Tipperary under-21 manager Liam Cahill admits that they are keen to make amends for their Munster final defeat Cork.
They have that opportunity next Wednesday when they take on Galway in the All-Ireland semi final.
In the Munster final, Cork outplayed and outfought Tipp who looked like a rabbit caught in the headlights at different stages of the game.
Cahill is in no doubt that his charges are a lot better than that performance suggests and feels that they will prove that against Galway in the Gaelic Grounds.
"Redemption is big on our agenda now," Cahill told the Tipperary Star. "We really want to put a performance together to show that we are a good side and a lot better than what we portrayed below in Cork on the fourth of July.
"It is that simple and it is that basic. It is absolutely vital that they are ready to do whatever is required to get a result. Anyone that shows us the wrong signs or shows me for a second in training that they are struggling will not be considered. I have a lot of leaders in that group."
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