Tipperary manager Liam Sheedy believes that they have a condition called ‘two-point-itis’.
They have lost both their opening hurling league clashes by two points and Sheedy explained that this time last year, they were losing games by one point.
“During the league last year we suffered from one point-itis. I don’t know what to make of this National Hurling League right now. You can lose a match by one score,” Sheedy told the Midland Tribune.
Tipp lost out to Cork last weekend and Sheedy was gracious in defeat as his charges go into the break without any points on the table yet.
“It can go either way, but full credit to Cork they scored 2-24 but obviously it was the 2-13 in the first half that made the difference.”
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