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24/07/2014 15:15:34
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1534

1625401
It could be that Dub felt this year Leicester final been there and done it took too much out of them last year so We must be very weary of their poor L F they may have been holding back and come Sunday might have a surprise for us so Tipp must shrug off the favorites and go out all guns blazing for what comes at them theres no second prizes winner takes all and must be Tipppppppppppppppp
25/07/2014 15:58:10
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1534

1625897
Galway SFC v Tipp
Tomás Healy;

Donal O'Neill, Finian Hanley, Joss Moore;

Gareth Bradshaw, Gary O'Donnell, Paul Varley;

Fiontán O'Curraoin, Thomas Flynn;

Michael Lundy, Shane Walsh, James Kavanagh;

Michael Martin, Paul Conroy, Danny Cummins.
25/07/2014 20:25:04
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1534

1625999
For all Tipp fans over seas you can see Tipp v Galway football on Sat evening at 7pm on Sky sports starts 6-45

Tipp v Dublin Hurling on Sun start 3-45 on Premier Sports channell 428

Enjoy the weekend 2 wins would be fab
26/07/2014 10:59:18
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1534

1626048
Good luck to Tipp footballers this afternoon against Galway
Go out give your all and you will be there at the end.
26/07/2014 11:54:33
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1534

1626071
Here is all the games on TV where stated this weekend enjoy
SATURDAY 26 JULY
1700 Cork v Sligo (Round 4a football qualifier)
1900 Galway v Tipperary (Round 4a football qualifier)
SUNDAY 27 JULY
1400 Limerick v Wexford (All-Ireland SHC quarter-final)
1600 Dublin v Tipperary (All-Ireland SHC quarter-final)
ON TV
SATURDAY
Sky Sports 3: Cork v Sligo and Galway v Tipperary live from 1630. Available worldwide on GAAGO
SUNDAY
RTÉ Two: Limerick v Wexford and Dublin v Tipperary live from 1330 via RTÉ Player and worldwide from GAAGO.and Premier Channell 428

Radio 1: Galway v Tipperary on Saturday Sport from 1445. Dublin v Tipperary on Sunday Sport from 1400.
26/07/2014 18:36:52
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1534

1626214
All Ireland Ladies Football Intermediate Championship Round 1 Qualifier Result - Tipperary 1-14 Wicklow 1-11
Well done girls great start to weekend
26/07/2014 21:38:33
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1534

1626337
From I hear there is no injuries in the Tipp camp
27/07/2014 15:10:15
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1534

1626499
Good luck Tipp this afternoon. Go out give ur all and ul be there at the end
27/07/2014 16:51:27
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1534

1626599
Ht Tipp 0-15 Dub 0=8 Tipp playing with wind picking off loose pts need to thighten 2nd half and change tactics
27/07/2014 17:32:31
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1534

1626637
Tipp 2-23 Dub 0-16 not a good game just done what they had to do
27/07/2014 21:54:57
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1534

1626927
Tipp rally too late against freescoring Galway 4-17 Tipperary 4-12

In the end this wasn't quite the epic battle to make the All-Ireland football quarter-finals that the final scoreboard suggests, but one brief killing, Galway slowly then very suddenly breaking the initial resistance of a young Tipperary team.
Four goals - two each either side of half-time - swung the game irrevocably in Galway's favour, and they move on to Croke Park for their All-Ireland quarter-final date on Sunday week, August 3rd, to be paired with Munster champions Kerry.
However, there was a late and spirited rally from Peter Creedon's Tipp team, who struck back with four goals of their own, firstly from Brian Fox, then substitute Brian Mulvihall, and later rally Colin O'Riordan, and a late, late penalty from Conor Sweeney.
It certainly added respect to the scoreboard and no less than Tipp deserved given their summer to date, and yet Galway were still thoroughly deserving winners.
Later, Tipp at least got the goals back, one by one, Fox bursting through from the right side of goal, and brilliantly finishing on 47 minutes for the first, but by then Galway had both feet in the quarter-final, and the hope and promise of giving Kerry a good contest.
Not even the three further goals could salvage Tipperary, and yet their pride remains intact after what was an impressive and enormously promising summer.
GALWAY: Tomas Healy, Donal O'Neill, Finian Hanley, Joss Moore, Gareth Bradshaw, Gary O'Donnell, Paul Varley (0-1); Fiontan O Curroin (1-0), Tomas Flynn (1-0); Michael Lundy (1-1), Shane Walsh (0-5,three frees), James Kavanagh; Michael Martin (0-3), Paul Conroy (0-3), Danny Cummins (1-1)
Subs: D Burke for O'Donnell (33 mins), S Armstrong (0-2) for Cummins (50 mins), A Varley (0-1) for Martin (56 mins), D Comer (0-1) for Kavanagh, J O'Brien for Lundy (both 58 mins), E Hoare Walsh (68 mins)
TIPPERARY: Paul Fitzgerald; John Coghlan, Paddy Codd, Ciarán McDonald; Colin O'Riordan (1-2), Robbie Kiely, Ger Mulhair; Steven O'Brien (0-1), George Hannigan (0-1); Michael Quinlivan (0-1), Brian Fox (1-0), Peter Acheson (0-2); Conor Sweeney (1-4, one penalty, four frees), Barry Grogan (0-1), Philip Austin.
Subs: I Fahey for Mulhair (32 mins), C Kennedy for Quinlivan (44 mins), A Campbell for Grogan (50 mins), H Coghlan for O'Brien (54 mins, black card), B Mulvihall (1-0) for Fahey (61 mins), S Flynn for Austin (64 mins).
27/07/2014 21:58:32
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1534

1626933
Davey F says a Tipp v KK final with KK winners

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