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21/08/2014 20:39:56
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

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Update on AI Tickets No one got tickets yet I should have said I have a promise of one but nothing in hand

From what I understand Tipp and KK get their allocation and they are distributed amongst the clubs according to size.

Then all GAA Clubs in Ire get about 4 tickets not sure on numbers it could vary

So if you have relatives or friends in any part of Ire theres your chance I used to get tickets from Fermanagh
22/08/2014 12:16:34
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

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September 7 will mark the 4th time in 6 years that Tipp play Kk in an All-Ireland final. The talk in 2010 was all about stopping the drive for 5, now it's about halting the drive for 10, as Henry Shefflin is eyeing a 10th All-Ireland medal as a player, and Brian Cody a 10th crown as manager. My money would Tipp
23/08/2014 21:09:28
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

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Below is 2 statements I do not understand some people cannot read the game.

There is only one reason why Tipp beat Cork We were the stronger faster team on the day went into Cork so hard they did not know what hit them when Cork had scoring chances and they have those chances they so rattled and thrown off their stride they put the balls wide

1. Why did it go so wrong for Cork? I haven't a clue.

2. Tipp didn't have to do anything brilliant to beat Cork
24/08/2014 17:38:57
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

1641201
Congratulations to Brendan Cummins on winning his 8th All-Ireland Poc Fada title today in the Cooley Mountains
24/08/2014 18:04:56
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

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All Ireland U16 A Camogie Championship Final Tipperary 3-13 Galway 1-7

Well done girls enjoy yourselves to night
25/08/2014 19:31:45
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

1641973
Tipp Senior Hurling Training Open to Public on Monday evening August 25th and on the last training session Thursday evening September 4th at the usual times. All other training sessions will be closed to the public.
26/08/2014 13:02:38
20carrolls
County: National
Posts: 89

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Hi JC I know you are into sports as a profession in Wales, I my self live in London, I have a quick question for you - Do you know any Sports team that employee Statisticians at any level. I know this is probably not the best way to ask but your forum has a wide range.
26/08/2014 20:10:45
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

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Hl carrolls Im not into sports as a profession in Wales I was involved with an English league club at one time but not any more.
I would say most Sports teams employ Statisticians at various levels for all sorts of reasons from time to time.
26/08/2014 21:51:47
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

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Ladies Gaelic Football
After a comprehensive victory over Monaghan in the Semi Final on August 17th last Tipperary will now compete against Laois in the U16 All Ireland Final in MacDonagh Park in Nenagh on Sunday August 31st at 3.30pm.
U16's commenced their Munster Championship April last with victories over Limerick (6th April) and Clare (16th April).
The Munster Championship Final against Limerick played on April 26th and Tipp were outright winners on, Tipp 8-18 Limerick 0-4.
Siobhan Condon, Manager and her management team; Pat Morrissey, Paddy McMeel, Mary O'Shea and Georgina O'Dwyer had almost four months of a break before the Semi Final which they used for a break in training before Semi Final preparations.
Tipp last competed in the U16 All Ireland Final in 2011 they were defeated by Longford.
Best wishes to the team and management.
27/08/2014 15:40:51
brianboru
County: Clare
Posts: 186

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While on holidays I took the opportunity o watch the Limerick -TPP SEMIFINAL GAME, and watch the replay carefully.The one conclusion I Had to come to is that TIPP have to put out their bet team to beat KILKENNY.IF they played a full team they would have beaten LIMERICK Mmore easily.For all practical purposes they played with JUST thirteen men and two passengers.LAR CORBEET has no business being selected.He was great,and had some unbelievable games in the past,but this is 2014. In the semifinal he hit one ball in the entire game,and that one badlyIf you disagress go back and watch the game again on the TV.tipp have many excellent players on the bench.Give hem a tryout.You cant afford passengers when playing the CATS
27/08/2014 16:12:59
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

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brianboru I would agree with you about Lar he is not up to the mark I also think Noel McGrath he spends far too much time out of the game the last day against Cork he only came to life when Tipp pulled away there is other players in the side giving 11o% making up for him hes not having agood season
28/08/2014 15:43:54
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

1643579
Tipperary Supporters Club Under 16 Hurling Tournament
16 A John Doyle Perpetual Trophy
Saturday 30th August 2014

Group 1 Clonoulty
Clare v Dublin @ 10.30am
Ref John McCormack Tipperary

Wexford v Offaly @ 10.30am
Ref N Wall Cork

Clare v Offaly @ 12
Ref N Wall Cork

Dublin v Wexford @12
Ref John McCormack Tipperary

Clare v Wexford @ 1.30pm
Ref; N Wall Cork

Dublin v Offaly @ 1.30pm
Ref John McCormack Tipperary

Group 2 Cappwhite
Kilkenny v Cork @ 10.30
Ref John O Brien Tipperary

Tipperary v Laois @ 10.30
Ref; Johnny Murphy Limerick

Kilkenny v Laois @ 12
Ref; Joe Larkin Cork

Cork v Tipperary @ 12
Ref; Johnny Murphy Limerick

Kilkenny v Tipperary @ 1.30pm
Ref; Joe Larkin Cork

Cork v Laois @ 1.30pm
Ref; John O Brien Tipperary

Group 3 Dundrum
Limerick v Galway @ 10.30am
Ref Sean Lonergan Tipperary

Waterford v Limerick @ 12
Ref John O Brien Tipperary

Galway v Waterford @ 1.30pm
Ref Sean Lonergan Tipperary

All Games in Group 1 & 2 15mins aside. Group 3 games - 20 mins aside

Semi-finals & Final 15 mins aside

Cup semi-finals
Group 1 winner v Group 3 winner in Clonoulty @ 3.30pm
Group 1 Runner up v Group 2 winner in Cappawhite @ 3.00pm

Shield final
Group 2 Runner Up v Group 3 Runner up in Dundrum @ 3.00pm

Cup Final
------------V-------------In Dundrum @ 5.15pm

Tipperary Supporters Club 16 B Hurling Tournament
Saturday 30th August 2014

Group 1 Venue Cashel
Round 1 Antrim v Kilkenny @ 10.30
Round 2 Kilkenny v Limerick @ 12
Round 3 Antrim v Limerick @ 1.30pm

Group 2 Venue New Inn
Round 1 Kerry v Waterford @ 10.30am
Round 2 Waterford v Galway @ 12
Round 3 Kerry v Galway @ 1.30pm

Group 3 Venue Golden
Round 1 Clare v Cork @ 10.30am
Round 2 Cork v Tipperary @ 12
Round 3 Clare v Tipperary @ 1.30pm

Semi-finals

Group 1 winner v Group 3 Runner Up

------------V------------In Cashel @ 3pm

Group 2 Winner V Group 3 Winner In Golden @ 3pm

CUP FINAL

------------V------------In Golden @ 4.30pm
28/08/2014 19:48:04
tiobraidArann
County: Tipperary
Posts: 164

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Agreed brianboru
29/08/2014 10:55:04
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

1643921
10 days until the All-Ireland hurling final who could be crowned Young Hurler of the Year for 2014.

1. Shane Dowling (Limerick)

The fifth highest scorer in this year's championship has demonstrated why there has been so much expectation in the Treaty County about the talented attacker. Scored 0-7 of Limerick's 0-17 tally against Kilkenny in terrible weather conditions as they exited at the semi-final stage to finish with 4-36 for the campaign.
A real leader in the Limerick attack.
Odds: 1/7

2. Cathal Barrett (Tipperary)

The corner back is vying with Kilkenny's Paul Murphy as the best in the business and did an excellent job on Cork's Pat Horgan in the semi-final, keeping the Leeside attacker scoreless from play for the first time in four years.
Will need to be on form in the decider if the Premier are to prevail, though few would bet against it.
Odds: 4/1

3. Conor McDonald (Wexford)

In a roller-coaster season for the Yellowbellies, Conor McDonald quickly left his mark on the 2014 championship. Tormented the All Ireland champions Clare as they were dethroned, scoring goals both days and also found the net against Waterford in the qualifiers. A real scoring threat has been unearthed for the Model County.
Odds: 20/1

4. Alan Cadogan (Cork)

Four points against Waterford on his debut was quite the introduction for the younger sibling of Eoin, and his movement, accuracy and work-rate was evident throughout the camapign. The corner forward was another who struggled during the heavy defeat to Tipperary, but can look back fondly on a fine first taste of championship fare.
Odds: 20/1

5. Liam Ryan (Wexford)

The Rapparees club man made his championship bow in the dramatic Leinster quarter-final victory over Antrim and the corner back has looked like a seasoned campaigner such have been the performances from the young defender. The Wexford attack claimed a lot of plaudits during their qualifier run, but the performances of the Model defence, and in particular Ryan, laid the foundations for those memorable encounters.
Odds: n/a
30/08/2014 11:50:56
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

1644493
Fancy owning the birthplace of the GAA? For €500,000. HAYES HOTEL IN Thurles.

The Tipperary landmark is to be sold at an Allsop Space auction on 16 September, with a reserve price of €450,000 and €500,000. That is €300,000 less than the hotel had been listed at when it originally hit the market.
Went into receivership last April but remains open amid calls from leading figures, including former GAA President and European MEP Sean Kelly, for the premises to be saved.
In January it emerged that Tipp hurler Lar Corbett and boxer Matthew Macklin had looked into buying the hotel. However, that hasn't materialised and it will go to auction.
According to the brochure:
"the property comprises a reception, lounge bar, coffee dock, two nightclubs together with 30 ensuite bedrooms. The adjoining building comprises a former shop, and seven bedrooms. The property is set on a wider site of approximately 0.44 hectares (1.08 acres).
At the behest of Michael Cusack, seven men met in Hayes Hotel, Thurles on November 1 1884 and founded the Gaelic Athletic Association for the preservation and cultivation of our national pastimes.
31/08/2014 14:19:27
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

1645178
Best wishes to Tipp Ladies Football as they play Laois Ladies in the U16 All Ireland Final in MacDonagh,
Nenagh 3.30pm this afternoon
31/08/2014 20:54:00
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

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All Ireland U16 Ladies Football Final

Tipperary 3-16 Laois 2-6

Well done girls your just fantastic

Recently the lady Footballers of Tipp have been leading by example as to what the Hurlers have to do next Sunday.
01/09/2014 18:49:57
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

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Brendan Maher
brendan-maher
Brendan was born on January 5th, 1989. Brendan plays for the Borris-Ileigh club. Brendan made his Senior inter-county debut for Tipperary against Waterford in the 2009 Waterford Crystal Cup, lining out at left corner-back in a Tipperary victory. Brendan made his National Hurling League debut against Cork in February 2009, lining out at wing-back. Brendan made his Championship debut as a substitute against Cork in the 2009 Munster Senior Hurling Championship. Brendan's first Championship start came at left half-back in the 2009 All-Ireland semi-final vs. Limerick. Brendan was an ever present at midfield in the 2010 All-Ireland Championship, helping Tipperary to capture the All-Ireland title at the expense of Kilkenny with Brendan scoring 2 points from play in the final.

Brendan played for the Tipperary Minor Hurlers for three years, winning 2 All-Ireland Minor medals in 2006 and in 2007 (as captain). Brendan has also a Munster Minor Hurling medal in 2007 and 3 Munster Senior Hurling medals (2009, 2011 and 2012). Brendan scored 0-12 from play in the 2007 All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship campaign following up from his contribution of 1-4 in the 2006 campaign. Brendan was the second player from the Borris-Ileigh club to captain a Tipperary Minor team to All-Ireland success, following in the foot steps of Paddy Kenny in 1947. Brendan lined out with the Tipperary Under 21 Hurlers in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010, winning Munster medals in 2008 and 2010 and an All-Ireland medal in 2010, playing at centre-back in the final. Brendan was won an All-Star award at midfield in 2010 and also captured the 2010 Young Hurler of the Year award. Brendan was shortlisted for the 2010 Bord Gáis Energy Breaking Through Player of the Year award. Brendan lined out with the Munster hurlers in the Inter-Provincial Championship in 2012 and 2013, winning a medal as captain from midfield in 2013. Brendan was Vice-Captain of the Tipperary Senior Hurling team in 2013.

Championship debut - 2009 vs. Cork
Number of Appearances - 26
Scored - 0-10
01/09/2014 18:54:12
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1605

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Noel McGrath
McGrath Noel_small
Noel was born on December 17th, 1990. Noel plays for the Loughmore-Castleiney club. Noel made his Senior inter-county debut for Tipperary against Clare in the 2009 Waterford Crystal Cup Final, scoring a point from play at right corner-forward. Noel made his National Hurling League debut against Cork in February 2009. Noel made his Championship debut at corner-forward against Cork in the 2009 Munster Senior Hurling Championship, scoring 3 points from play. Noel won a Munster Senior Hurling Medal in 2009, scoring 0-13 in three matches in that year's Munster championship. Noel won further Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2011 and 2012.

Noel won the RTE man of the match award in the 2010 All-Ireland Senior Hurling semi-final versus Waterford, scoring 7 points, 5 from play in the centre-forward position. Noel won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2010, scoring a goal in the final against Kilkenny. Noel won an All-Ireland Under 21 Hurling medal in 2010, scoring 1-3 in the All-Ireland final defeat of Galway. Noel won the 2010 GAA Player of the Month award for August, sponsored by Vodafone. The award followed McGrath's stunning display in Tipp's impressive 3-19 to 1-18 victory over Waterford. McGrath hit five outstanding points from play against the Deise as he won a crucial battle against Michael 'Brick' Walsh.

Noel lined out with the Tipperary Minor Hurlers for three seasons, winning All-Ireland medals in 2006 and 2007, a Munster Minor medal in 2007 and a Munster Under 21 Hurling medal in 2010. Noel won the RTE man of the match award in the 2007 All-Ireland semi-final victory over Kilkenny. He played an impressive role as a second half substitute at wing-back in the 2006 All-Ireland semi-final defeat over Kilkenny. In all, Noel played 11 Championship matches for the Tipperary Minor hurlers, scoring 1-34 (0-15 frees, 0-2 sideline cuts, 1-17 from play) in total.

Noel won an All-Ireland Under 16 Hurling medal in 2006 and a Dean Ryan Cup medal with Our Ladys Templemore in 2007. Noel helped his club to win County and Munster Club Senior Hurling medals in 2007. Noel's father Pat played for Tipperary at Minor, Under 21 and Senior level. Noel has been nominated for All-Star awards in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012, winning All-Star awards in 2009 (right corner-forward) and 2010 (centre-forward). Noel was also voted as the 2009 Young Hurler of the Year. Noel is vice-captain of the Tipperary Senior Hurling team for 2014.

Championship debut - 2009 vs. Cork
Number of Appearances - 27
Scored - 3-68

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