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20/04/2014 17:34:39
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FT Tipp 2-24 Clare 2-17 Great win for Tipp against the wind in second half
S Callnan well deserved man of the match
Bonner Maher 2 Great goals
20/04/2014 21:59:43
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Tipp v Kilkenny in the final on Sunday May 4th at Semple Stadium Thurles.
Tipp r shaping up good still got a lot to prove come the CH that is when the real hurling starts.
21/04/2014 17:20:27
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Tipp needed a spark 'Bonner' Maher provided it as he raced clear to fire past Tuohy he seemed to come from nothing what impressed me about him he seems a stronger player and staying onhis feet looks a different man
22/04/2014 14:23:35
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Tipp forwards have done well in the scoring stakes during the 2014 Hurling and Football Leagues.
In Hurling, Seamus Callanan (Drom & Inch) is the leading scorer across all the divisions with a tally of 5 goals and 52 points with 1-37 coming from placed balls and 4-15 from play. TJ Reid is the top Kilkenny scorer in the League to date with 4-20 leaving Callanan in an unassailable lead heading in to the League Final. John O'Dwyer (Killenaule) is also in the top 10 of Division 1A scorers having accounted for 1-24 to date.
Football, Ballyporeen's Conor Sweeney currently sits on top of the highest scorer list across all the divisions having accounted for 5 goals and 41 points, an aggregate total of 56 points which will certainly be good enough for the honour of being the top scorer in Division 4. With the four Division Finals down for decision this weekend, Conor is 8 points clear of his nearest rival across all the divisions (Derry's Mark Lynch who has scored 2-42 - 48 points). In addition to Conor's achievements, Aherlow forward Barry Grogan's tally of 5-22 (37 points) is good enough to be in the top 3 of Division 4 scorers and in the top 10 across all divisions.
23/04/2014 16:12:33
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Football League Finals Weekend April 26/27 in Croke Park

After 114 games the Football League which will reach a spectacular climax action spreads across Sat evening and Sunday afternoon.
4 Ulster counties, 2 from Munster and 1 each from Connacht and Leinster,
Sat.Clare v Tipperary (Division 4, 5pm) Cavan v Roscommon (Division 3, 7pm)

Sunday. Donegal v Monaghan (Division 2, 2pm) Derry v Dublin (Division 1, 4pm).

Derry and Dublin meet in the League final for the first time since 1976 when Dublin won by a point (2-10 to 0-15).
Dublin are seeking a 10th League crown, Derry are seeking their 7th title
Derry beat Dublin by 1-16 to 0-13 in the group game. Mark Lynch scored 1-8 (0-4 frees) for Derry

Donegal v Monaghan
Both are on their way to Division 1 but will be keen to see out the League campaign with a win to set them up for the Ulster championship where Donegal play Derry in the first round on May 25 and Monaghan play Tyrone or Down on June 15.

Cavan v Roscommon
Both counties won their first five games, and already guaranteed promotion. Cavan won all 7 games while Roscommon won 6 only defeat came against Cavan , who won by 0-14 to 1-8.

Clare v Tipperary
A huge step forward for the Munster pair this season as they have already clinched promotion and are now looking forward to a big day in Croke Park. Both sides won 5, drew 1 and lost 1 of their 7 League divisional games.
Tipp won the head-to-head battle in Thurles on March 9, running out four point winners (3-9 to 0-14). Barry Grogan scored 2-2 for, Tipp led by a point at half-time. The sides were level after 50 minutes but a goal from a penalty by Grogan gave the Tipp men a crucial edge.
24/04/2014 21:46:37
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AFL Division 4 Final - Tipp v Clare on Saturday at 5pm in Croke Park
The team shows 6 changes from the side which lost to Wicklow in their last League game. Under 21 players Steven O'Brien, Ian Fahey and Michael Quinlvan return to the team along with veterans Paul Fitzgerald, Andrew Morrissey and George Hannigan with Matthew O'Donnell, Ciaran McDonald, Aldo Matassa, Lorcan Egan, Alan Campbell and Conal McCullagh dropping to the bench.

Paul Fitzgerald (Fethard);

John Coghlan (Moyne Templetuohy), Paddy Codd (Killenaule - Captain), Andrew Morrissey (Galtee Rovers);

Robbie Kiely (Arravale Rovers), Peter Acheson (Moyle Rovers), Donagh Leahy (Arravale Rovers);

Steven O'Brien (Ballina), George Hannigan (Shannon Rovers);

Philip Austin (Borrisokane), Ian Fahey (Clonmel Commercials), Brian Fox (Eire Óg Annacarty);

Conor Sweeney (Ballyporeen), Michael Quinlivan (Clonmel Commercials), Barry Grogan (Aherlow)

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