Tipperary - All Tipp

LADIES' NFL DIVISON 3 - SEMI-FINALS [Extra-time if necessary]

Waterford v Leitrim, McCann Park, Portarlington, 2.00pm [J Murphy]
Waterford have been the favourites for this division since they claimed Intermediate All-Ireland glory last year.
They have been flawless in the league emerging with a 100% record as they have progressed nicely through the division. Leitrim have struggled a little more than expected this season.
They squeaked into the knockout stages in fourth place after being tagged as one of the favourites before the season got under way.
Leitrim will call on Áine Tighe to provide the scores that could see them surprise the favourites but they will be up against it when they play a team that can call on stars like the Walls, Maria Delahunty and the Murray sisters.

Tipperary v Wexford, Piltown, 1:30pm [C McManus]

Tipperary are the coming team in Ladies Gaelic football. At underage level they have been producing very strong teams with brilliant individual talent and now that youth has combined really well with the experienced talent that was already there.
Wexford, like Tipperary, have enjoyed some real success at underage level and are starting to make great strides with their adult team, they have more than held their own in Division 3 this season but with Tipperary being in top form they will have to find another level to their performance to reach the final.

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 16/04/2016 11:13:14   1846103

All Ireland Minor A Championship Semi-Final. Tipperary 4-16 Cork 0-07

Our Tipperary minors booked their place in the All Ireland minor A final in spectacular fashion last Saturday in W.I.T when they demolished Cork by twenty one points.

For the first ten minutes it was all Cork launching attack after attack forcing the Tipp defence to concede a number of frees and they went two points up but then Tipp settled and started to take over and scored 2-04 without reply with full forward Sinead Meagher in fine form getting both goals and finishing with a personal tally of 3-02.
The game was twenty four minutes in before Cork got their 3rd point of the day but Tipp's response was instant scoring another four point's before the break leaving the half time score Tipperary 2-08 Cork 0-03.
Cork got the first score of the second half and both sides traded point's before Sinead Meagher got her 3rd goal of the day and the game was well and truly over and Tipp management emptied the bench and finished the strongest with substitute Caoimhe Perdue getting the fourth goal with a great strike.
This was a fantastic team performance by Tipp , Caoimhe Bourke was solid in goals our defence gave the Cork attack nothing, midfield was dominant with Ciardha Maher having a good game and our forwards were magnificent and the work rate of Jean Kelly was inspiring.
Congratulations girls on a fantastic win and best wishes for the All Ireland final next weekend against Galway and we hope to see a big support there to shout on the girls and hopefully see them be crowned All Ireland champions, time and venue to be confirmed.

Scores for Tipp; Sinead Meagher 3-02 ,Kealy Linehan 0-03, Eibhlis Mc'Donald 0-03, Grace O'Brien 0-03, Orla O'Dwyer 0-04, Jean Kelly 0-01 and Caoimhe Perdue 1-00.

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 19/04/2016 09:52:02   1847069

Munster Minor Football Championship Playoff 1 - Tipperary v Limerick. Tonight 20th at 7pm in Semple Stadium Thurles.

Adult General Admission: €10.00. Juvenile (Under 16 years of Age): Free of Charge
Student/OAPs: €5.00 rebate available at the venue on match day on full price ADULT tickets at the designated stile with a valid

The Tipperary team is unchanged from the side which started against Cork in the first round.

1. Jack Dolan - Fethard
2. Jack Harney - Moyle Rovers, 3. Paudie Feehan - Killenaule, 4. Jake Flannery - Galtee Rovers
5. Colin English - Fr. Sheehy's, 6. Daire Brennan - Kilsheelan-Kilcash, 7. Stephen Nolan - Drom & Inch
8. Conor Cashman - Cahir (Captain), 9. Ben Hyland - Fr. Sheehy's
10. Ryan Lambe - Clonmel Commercials, 11. Calvin Bolan - Clonmel Commercials, 12. Daire Egan - Galtee Rovers
13. John Lyons - Grangemockler-Ballyneale, 14. Michael Barlow - Ardfinnan, 15. Adrian English - Ballyporeen

16. David Croke - Holycross-Ballycahill, 17. Eoghan Ryan - Loughmore-Castleiney, 18. Shane Ryan - Galtee Rovers
19. Michael Purcell - Thurles Sarsfields, 20. Stephen Quinlan - JK Brackens, 21. Conal Kennedy - Clonmel Commercials
22. Andrew Vance - Emly, 23. Conor Murphy - Thurles Sarsfields, 24. Oscar O'Dwyer - Arravale Rovers

Limerick................. 1. Aaron Murphy (Fr Casey's),
2. Gearoid Brennan (Claughaun), 3. Fionn Murphy (Kilteely/Dromkeen), 4. Daniel Enright (Monaleen)
5. Seamus Hurley (Newcastlewest), 6. Adam Kearns (St Senans), 7. Oran Collins (Adare),
8. Josh Ryan (Oola), 9. Diarmaid Kelly (Newcastlewest)(Captain),
10. Eoin O Mahony (Ballylanders), 11. Colm McSweeney (Gearld Griffins), Noel Callinan (St Kierans),
13. Anthony Barrett (Kilmallock), 14. Adam Storan (Mungret St Pauls), 15. James Ryan (Athea)

16. William O Mahony (Oola), 17. Conor O Grady (Hospital/Herbertstown), 18. Sean Ryan (Athea), 19. Darragh Ranahan (Ballysteen), 20. Paudie Sheedy (Kilmallock), 21. Luke Cardy (Adare), 22. Eoghan Carew (Monaleen), 23. Jason Kiely (Claughaun), 24. James Kelly (Monaleen).

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 20/04/2016 15:43:10   1847674

5 mins gone Tipp 0-0 Lim 1-1

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 20/04/2016 19:07:16   1847751

(1st half,17 min) Tipperary 0-2 Limerick 1-4

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 20/04/2016 19:21:55   1847757

1st half,23 min) Tipperary 0-3 Limerick 1-5

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 20/04/2016 19:26:47   1847759

Tipperary 0-5 Limerick 1-7 (HT)

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 20/04/2016 19:40:14   1847763

(2nd half,35 min) Tipperary 0-7 Limerick 2-7

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 20/04/2016 19:57:02   1847769

Munster Minor Football Championship

Tipperary 0-11 Limerick 3-8 (FT)

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 20/04/2016 20:22:52   1847774

Limerick minors bounce back to end Tipperary's campaign, Tipperary 0-11 Limerick 3-8

The Shannonsiders were full value for a six-point win to set up a clash against Waterford next week, with the winners to play Cork in the Munster semi-final. It was Cork who defeated Tipp last week at Páirc Uí Rinn and a second defeat in a week for Mick O'Sullivan's Premier County ends their 2016 campaign prematurely.
O'Sullivan was also sent to the stands in the second-half following a verbal altercation with an official on a forgettable evening for Tipp. But credit Limerick with an impressive display as the Treaty boys bounced back from their one-point defeat to Clare in Miltown-Malbay last week. And maybe this win shouldn't have come as too much of a surprise when you consider Limerick had 12 wides in the second-half of the Clare game.
They can create chances and while they missed a few last night, particularly inviting goal opportunities, they took enough to advance. Wind-assisted from the start, Limerick took on the challenge with gusto and were 1-4 to 0-0 clear within 11 minutes. Captain Diarmaid Kelly, who scored 1-1 in each half, waltzed through the Tipp defence for a fifth-minute goal and by half-time, Limerick were 1-7 to 0-5 clear.
This was a night when Tipp finished with just two points from play, one in each half, and Limerick added their second goal in the 34th minute when Kelly netted a penalty Jack Dolan got a hand to but couldn't keep out.
Tipp's best goal opportunity saw Dolan's opposite number Aaron Murphy deny John Lyons but Limerick wasted some great chances before Eoin O'Mahony, scorer of 1-4, rammed home a clinching goal in the final minute.
It allowed Limerick boss Jerry O'Sullivan breathe a little easier as Tipp had got to within two points, 0-11 to 2-7, with six minutes left.
But Tipperary could never conjure enough attacking consistency to really compete, as a campaign dogged by talk of dual players that were unavailable petered out.
Tipp boss Mick O'Sullivan admitted: "I think the better team won to be honest, the more clinical team that took their chances in front of goals.
"I'd say if you looked back at the stats, we probably both created the same amount of opportunities, it was just on the night they took theirs and we probably didn't take ours.
"They came out of the traps, they had the aid of a strong breeze. Fair play to Limerick they're a good team, we were putting out fires all over the field but our lads showed great character to come back."
Delighted Limerick boss O'Sullivan smiled: "It's tough enough to come come up to Thurles any day of the week but to come up here and win is brilliant, great for the lads.
It wasn't so much the wides against Clare that bothered me, more the way we distributed the ball," he added.
I think I was more upset over that. I don't mind kicking a wide if you're in a scoring position, and it's on but what killed me that day was that we brought it to the final third and we just didn't execute it properly."

Tipperary: J Lyons 0-6f, M Barlow 0-2f, C English, B Hyland (45) & A English 0-1.

Limerick: D Kelly 2-2 (1-0 pen, 0-1f), E O'Mahony 1-4 (2f, 1 45), S Hurley & A Barrett 0-1 each.

TIPPERARY: J Dolan; J Harney, D Brennan, J Flannery; C English, P Feehan, S Nolan; C Cashman, B Hyland; R Lambe, C Boland, D Egan; J Lyons, M Barlow, A English.
Subs: E Ryan for Feehan (b/c 18), S Ryan for Boland (25), J Delahunty for Cashman (h.t.), A Vance for Lambe (54), Boland for A English (57).

LIMERICK: A Murphy; G Brennan, F Murphy, D Enright; S Hurley, A Kearns, O Collins; J Ryan, D Kelly; E O'Mahony, C McSweeney, A Storan; A Barrett, N Callinan, J Ryan.
Subs: D Ranahan for Callinan (37), J Kelly for Barrett (49), L Cardy for J Ryan (52), S Ryan for Storan (60), J Kelly for Hurley (60+2).

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 21/04/2016 20:29:31   1848129

Munster Minor Hurling Championship Play-off 1 - Waterford v Tipperary, on Saturday April 23rd at 2pm in Walsh Park Waterford

Brian McGrath from Loughmore-Castleiney assumes captaincy as team captain Gavin Ryan from St. Mary's is ruled out through injury. In all there are eight surviving members in Saturday's match day 24 from last year's All-Ireland Final squad with 3 of those - Brian McGrath, Cian Darcy and Lyndon Fairbrother the only ones to start in that All-Ireland Final.

Tipperary ..................................1. Ciarán Barrett - Clonmel Óg
2. Cillian O'Dwyer - Killenaule 3. Brian McGrath (Capt.) - Loughmore-Castleiney 4. Jerome Cahill - Kilruane MacDonaghs
5. Gavin Dunne - Holycross-Ballycahill 6. Michael Whelan - Carrick Davins 7. Tom Murphy - J.K. Brackens
8. Bryan O'Mara - Holycross-Ballycahill 9. Jake Morris - Nenagh Éire Óg
10. Ger Browne - Knockavilla Donaskeigh Kickhams 11. Dillion Quirke - Clonoulty-Rossmore 12. Mark Kehoe - Kilsheelan-Kilcash
13. Shane Neville - Lattin Cullen 14. Cian Darcy - Kilruane MacDonaghs 15. Lyndon Fairbrother - J.K. Brackens
Subs:
16. Barry Hogan - Kiladangan 17. Cian Flanagan - Newport 18. Paddy Cadell - J.K. Brackens 19. Kieran Breen - Knockavilla Donaskeigh Kickhams
20. Rian Doody - Cappawhite 21. Dean O'Connor - Killenaule 22. Robbie Quirke - Cappawhite 23. Conor Stakelum - Thurles Sarsfields
24. Ciaran Kelly - Kiladangan

Extended panel: Eoin Barry - Killenaule Gerry Kelly - Borris-Ileigh Gavin Ryan - St. Mary's (Capt.) Injured Darragh Woods - Holycross-Ballycahill
Diarmuid Ryan - Clonakenny Jimmy Ryan - Clonoulty-Rossmore Dylan Walsh - Ballingarry Adam Hogan - Moneygall

Management: Liam Cahill - Manager - Ballingarry Michael Bevans - Coach - Toomevara John Sheedy - Selector - Portroe
Sean Corbett - Selector - Durlas Óg T.J. Ryan - Selector - Clonoulty-Rossmore
Backroom: Kevin O'Sullivan - Goal-keeping Coach Paddy Julian - Physio John Durnan - Kitman Darragh Blake - Stats

Waterford .........................1. Billy Nolan (Roanmore)
2. Conor Giles Doran (De La Salle) 3. James Flavin (Ardmore) 19. Tom Barron (Fourmilewater)
5. Donal Power (Passage) 6. Eoghan Murray (Ballyduff Upper) 7. Michael O'Brien (Geraldines)
8. Eoin McGrath (Butlerstown) 9. Harry Ruddle Redmond (Ballygunner)
10. Jack Prendergast (Lismore) 17. Conor Dalton (Clonea) 12. Cathal Curran (Brickey Rangers)
13. Michael Mahony (Ballygunner) 14. Neil Montgomery (Abbeyside) 15. Thomas Douglas (De La Salle)

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 23/04/2016 09:21:13   1848418

Munster Minor Hurling Championship (2nd half,43 min)

Tipperary 1-9 Waterford 1-15 Neil Montgomery goal

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 23/04/2016 14:59:43   1848486

All-Ireland Minor A Championship Final camogie

Tipp 2-10 Galway 1-13. Replay will be next Saturday

Ireland Munster Minor Hurling Championship Result

Waterford 1-20 Tipperary 1-17

Early year signs not a great start for any of the Tipps

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 23/04/2016 15:39:58   1848493

Saturday April 30th, All-Ireland Minor Camogie. A Championship Final Replay

Galway v Tipperary

St. Brendan's Park Birr. Throw-in: 2pm

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 26/04/2016 15:44:29   1849765

Clare V Tipp Munster Minor Hurling Championship Play-off 2

Wed May 4th at 7pm in Cusack Park Ennis

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 27/04/2016 09:15:20   1849947

South Tipperary V Carlow in the first round of the Celtic Challenge Under 17 Hurling competition

Wednesday May 4th at 7:30pm in Fenagh, Carlow.

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 27/04/2016 20:20:53   1850256

National Ladies Football League Division 3 Final

Tipperary 2-4 Waterford 2-9 (HT) ‪


All-Ireland Minor A Camogie Championship Final Replay

Tipperary 4-9 Galway 2-6

Well done ladies your the pride of Tipp

JC Wales (Tipperary) - Posts:2701 - 30/04/2016 17:18:43   1850942