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09/10/2014 14:38:21
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13 for Kilkenny, 11 for Tipp, 7 for Limerick and 6 for Cork in 2014 Allstar hurling nominees

15 players on the shortlist who have previously won Allstar awards with Kilkenny's JJ Delaney (6) and Jackie Tyrrell (4) both multiple award winners while Rushe, Paul Murphy, Padraic Maher, Noel McGrath, Michael Fennelly, Eoin Larkin and Richie Power all have previously won two awards.

Darren Gleeson (Tipperary)
Eoin Murphy (Kilkenny)
Alan Nolan (Dublin)

Cathal Barrett (Tipperary)
JJ Delaney (Kilkenny)
Seamus Hickey (Limerick)
Richie McCarthy (Limerick)
Stephen McDonnell (Cork)
Paul Murphy (Kilkenny)
Paddy Stapleton (Tipperary)
Liam Ryan (Wexford)
Jackie Tyrrell (Kilkenny)

Kieran Bergin (Tipperary)
Cillian Buckley (Kilkenny)
Mark Ellis (Cork)
Brendan Maher (Tipperary)
Padraic Maher (Tipperary)
Padraig Walsh (Kilkenny)
Liam Rushe (Dublin)
Lorcan McLoughlin (Cork)
Wayne McNamara (Limerick)

Paul Browne (Limerick)
Lee Chin (Wexford)
Conor Fogarty (Kilkenny)
Richie Hogan (Kilkenny)
James Ryan (Limerick)
Shane McGrath (Tipperary)

Noel McGrath (Tipperary)
Michael Fennelly (Kilkenny)
Declan Hannon (Limerick)
Conor Lehane (Cork)
Patrick 'Bonner' Maher (Tipperary)
John O'Dwyer (Tipperary)
Eoin Larkin (Kilkenny)
TJ Reid (Kilkenny)
Conor Cooney (Galway)

Alan Cadogan (Cork)
Seamus Callanan (Tipperary)
Shane Dowling (Limerick)
Patrick Horgan (Cork)
Conor McDonald (Wexford)
Colin Fennelly (Kilkenny)
Richie Power (Kilkenny)
Conor McGrath (Clare)
Brian Carroll (Offaly)
09/10/2014 19:59:51
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County: Tipperary
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With this seasons on field matters over there is one very big question which needs to be answered.
Will E O'Shea be with us next season because word is about that he is about to resign for family and personal reasons.
I cannot understand why he could even think about that now after giving almost 2 years real hard slog to get the team playing and believing in themselves he has to stay now to reap the rewards for the Co players and most of all himself.
12/10/2014 12:26:12
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County: Tipperary
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Happy Birthday to Patrick (Bonner) Maher Lorrha and Tipp hurler 12th Oct 1980

Have a great Day Bonner
13/10/2014 19:21:02
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County: Tipperary
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Tipp v Waterford in round 2 of the U17 Football to night 7,30 Dr Morris Park
14/10/2014 16:27:16
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Tipp defeated Waterford 3-15 to 0-6 in Round 2 of the Munster Under 17 Football competition on Monday October 13th at Dr. Morris Park
15/10/2014 20:05:19
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Ireland v Scotland Hurling/Shinty this Saturday

Patrick 'Bonner' Maher lined out for Tipperary in two All-Ireland finals last month but he will be wearing the green of Ireland in Bught Park, Inverness.
Maher is one of four elite-level players in the Ireland squad, the others being Cork duo Patrick Horgan and Conor Lehane and Clare defender David McInerney.
Every year, four top level players are picked separately by the management team to join up with a squad of 15 other players selected from counties outside the elite level of the game via a trial game.
This year's trial game took place three weeks ago and Ireland manager Michael Walshe has selected a squad featuring players from Kerry (4), Laois (2), Antrim (2), Kildare (2), Carlow (1), Meath (1), Louth (1), Westmeath (1) and Down (1), in addition to the four players from the top counties.
"Obviously at this time of year, there are lots of different commitments with the club," Walshe explained ahead of Saturday's game. "For example, the Kilkenny and Tipperary Senior Hurling Championships were both delayed this year because of the All-Ireland final replay and we couldn't get anyone from Kilkenny because of that.
Tipp we have Patrick 'Bonner' Maher again because his club have been knocked out of the championship and he became available.

Ireland v Scotland Recent Clashes
2013: Ireland 1-15 Scotland 0-14
2013: Ireland 4-12 Scotland 2-12
2012: Ireland 3-10 Scotland 2-9
2012: Ireland 8-11 Scotland 4-3
2011: Ireland 1-16 Scotland 2-8
2011: Ireland 2-9 Scotland 1-11
"So that's how we do it. We try and get as wide a spread of counties involved as possible, I think that's important. It's a great opportunity for players from the different counties at all levels to get together in a way that they wouldn't have before and over the years it has been a great bonding experience for them all."
Many of the games top hurlers have represented Ireland at shinty over the years. Brendan Maher, Jackie Tyrrell and Richie Hogan were among those involved last year, while Kilkenny legend Tommy Walsh played in the series for a number of years. The 2013 Hurler of the Year Tony Kelly is in this year's U21 panel, a further reflection of the level of interest among the country's top hurlers in playing the sport.

Walshe, a former Kilkenny goalkeeper who won All-Irelands with the county in 1992 and 1993 and All Stars in 1991 and 1993, played international shinty for Ireland in the 1990s, captaining the team in 1994.
"I just really enjoyed the whole experience of it," he said. "Then in 2009, the then GAA President Christy Cooney approached me and asked me if I would manage the U21 team. I was honoured to do so and it's simply taken off from there. I spent three years over the U21s and then when Liam O'Neill came in as GAA President, he put myself and John Meyler in charge of the senior team, so this is my third year over the seniors."
As far as Walshe is concerned, the most significant difference between shinty and hurling is the fact that in shinty, players can't kick the ball. They can't touch the ball with their hands either, but interestingly, Walshe believes not being able to kick it is harder to get used to for hurlers.
"In fairness to Bonner, he has been a major player for us over the last few years. He has adapted very well to the sport. A strength he has, which is very hard to counter in shinty, is that he carries the ball very well.

Scotland's shinty tradition is centred around the city of Inverness and is essentially a sport of the Scottish highlands. Their players are selected from the various teams that play in the Camanachd Cup, the major competition in shinty.
19/10/2014 14:42:09
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Scotland recorded their first test win over Ireland since 2010, and their first home win since 2007, with an impressive nine-point win in the first of the two-test Hurling/Shinty International Series at Bught Park, Inverness on Saturday afternoon.
On a special day for the home side, two goals from Roddy MacDonald (Kyles) and a third late on from Man of the Match Kevin Barlett (Lovat) helped Scotland to the convincing win, which leaves them in an excellent position to win the series outright for the first time since 2008, when they defeated Ireland in Nowlan Park.
Scotland got off to a flying start with a string of points from Bartlett and a goal from MacDonald helping them into a 1-6 to 0-0 lead with 22 minutes on the clock.
Soon after, a goal from Conor Lehane was followed by two points from his fellow Corkman Patrick Horgan and Ireland were only four behind as half-time approached. However, Scotland finished the half well and points from Paul MacArthur (Newtonmore) and the outstanding Bartlett had them 1-10 to 1-3 ahead at the interval.
The writing was on the wall for Ireland shortly after the restart when a second goal from MacDonald was followed by more points from the nerveless Bartlett. That left Scotland 2-12 to 1-4 ahead and seemingly out of sight.
Tipperary star 'Bonner' Maher revived the Irish hopes with a fine goal to reduce the deficit to seven points, but Scotland's lead was never really threatened in the final stages, and a late goal from Bartlett sealed the victory - and an outstanding individual performance.
22/10/2014 19:54:02
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All Star hurling predictions

Verdict: Darren Gleeson (Tipperary):

Verdict: Cathal Barrett (Tipperary), Paul Murphy (Kilkenny), Séamus Hickey (Limerick):

Verdict: Cillian Buckley (Kilkenny), Padraic Maher (Tipperary) Pádraic Walsh (Kilkenny):

Verdict: Richie Hogan (Kilkenny), Conor Fogarty (Kilkenny):

Verdict: John O'Dwyer (Tipperary), Patrick Maher (Tipperary), TJ Reid (Kilkenny):

Verdict: Shane Dowling (Limerick), Séamus Callanan, Richie Power (Kilkenny)
22/10/2014 20:26:03
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Munster Under 17 Football (Daryl Darcy Cup) - Tipp 5-10 Limerick 4-8
24/10/2014 16:57:10
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O'Shea staying on as Tipp hurling manager

He has recommitted himself to Tipperary for another season.
There were fears that the manager would step down following last month's All-Ireland SHC final replay defeat to Kilkenny, but after taking a few weeks out to consider his future, he met with the Tipp players last night to inform them that he will be remaining at the helm for a third year.
It means he will continue to juggle the manager's job with his role as Head of Economics at NUIG.

Well done I feel you will reap the rewards of your great work over the last 2 years
24/10/2014 17:12:54
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Munster Minor Hurling Championship Draw 2015
Clare receives bye to semi-final
A: Tipperary v Waterford Semple Stadium, Thurles
B: Cork v Limerick Páirc Uí Rinn, Cork
C: Loser of A v Loser of B
D (Semi-Final): Clare v Winner of A
E (Semi-Final): Winner of B v Winner of C
Final: Winner of D v Winner of E

Munster Minor Football Championship Draw 2015
A: Clare v Kerry Austin Stack Park, Tralee
B: Cork v Limerick Páirc na nGael, Limerick
C: Waterford v Tipperary Semple Stadium, Thurles
D: Loser of B v Loser of C
E: Loser of A v Winner of D
F (Semi-Final): Winner of A v Winner of B
G (Semi-Final): Winner of C v Winner of E
Final: Winner of F v Winner of G

Munster Under 21 Hurling Championship Draw 2015
A: (Q-final) Cork v Waterford Páirc Uí Rinn, Cork
B: (Semi-Final) Tipperary v Limerick Páirc na nGael, Limerick
C: (Semi-Final) Clare v Winner of A Páirc Uí Rinn, Cork or Cusack Park Ennis
Final Winner of B v Winner of C

Munster Under 21 Football Championship Draw 2015
A: (Q-final) Cork v Limerick Páirc na nGael, Limerick
B: (Q-final) Clare v Waterford Cusack Park, Ennis
C: (Semi-final) Kerry v Winners of A Páirc Uí Rinn, Cork or Austin Stack Park, Tralee
D: (Semi-final) Tipperary v Winners of B Semple Stadium, Thurles
Final: Winner of C v Winner of D
25/10/2014 14:46:25
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2014 Allstar hurling team Tipp Top with 7

Darren Gleeson (Tipperary) - 1st award

Full-Back Line
Paul Murphy (Kilkenny) - 3rd award (2011 and 2012)
JJ Delaney (Kilkenny) - 7th award (2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010 and 2012)
Seamus Hickey (Limerick) - 1st award

Half-Back Line
Brendan Maher (Tipperary) - 2nd award (2010)
Padraic Maher (Tipperary) - 3rd award (2009 and 2011)
Cillian Buckley (Kilkenny) - 1st award

Richie Hogan (Kilkenny) - 2nd award (2011)
Shane McGrath (Tipperary) - 2nd award (2008)

Half-Forward Line
John O'Dwyer (Tipperary) - 1st award
Patrick Maher (Tipperary) - 1st award
TJ Reid (Kilkenny) - 2nd award (2012)

Full-Forward Line
Colin Fennelly (Kilkenny) - 1st award
Seamus Callanan (Tipperary) - 1st award
Shane Dowling (Limerick) - 1st award
25/10/2014 15:08:11
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Hurling/Shinty International Series Second Test Ireland v Scotland,
Páirc Esler, Newry, 5pm (Live on TG4)

The game will be preceded by an U21 international between Ireland and Scotland at 3pm. Entry to Páirc Esler is free.

Ireland: Eoin Reilly (Laois), Mickey Burke (Meath), Paul Dermody (Kildare), Paul Divilly (Kildare), John Egan (Kerry), David English (Carlow), Patrick Horgan (Cork), Conor Lehane (Cork), Patrick Maher (Tipperary), Conor McCann (Antrim), Neal McCauley (Antrim), Johnny McCusker (Down), David McInerney (Clare), Brian Murphy (Kerry), Shane Nolan (Kerry), Darragh O'Connell (Kerry), Eoin Price (Westmeath), Matthew Whelan (Laois), David Kettle (Louth).
Scotland: John Barr, Kevin Bartlett, Conor Cormack, Callum Cruden, Gary Innes, Grant Irvine, Paul MacArthur, John MacDonald, Roddy MacDonald, Steven McDonald, Stuart MacDonald, Lorne Mackay, Fraser Mackntosh, Finlay Macrae, John Macrae, Callum Miller, Steven Morrisson, Louis Munro, Shaun Nicolson.
Ireland U21: Paddy McKenna (Louth), Joseph Boyle (Westmeath), Joe Campion (Laois), Thomas Casey (Kerry), Evan Dempsey (Kildare), Michael Dudley (Antrim), Dean Higgins (Galway), Gerry Keegan (Kildare), Tony Kelly (Clare), Daniel McKernan (Antrim), Seadna Morey (Clare), Aaron Nugent (Wicklow), Niall O'Brien (Westmeath), Brendan O'Leary (Kerry), Stephen Reneghan (Armagh), James Toher (Meath), Brett Nicholson (Down), Noel Fallon (Roscommon).

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