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12/05/2015 14:16:52
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Clare v Tipp Semple Stadium, Thurles, 7.30pm, Referee: Kevin Murphy (Corcaigh), Extra time if necessary

Tickets, Adults: €10, Juveniles do not require a ticket. Concession tickets are avilable on match day at the venue only.

It shows 4 changes to the side that defeated Waterford in the quarter-final on April 15th last as manager Charlie McGeever and his management team set out their stall in the hope of reaching this year's Munster Final.
Jack Skehan comes into the side at left half back, while up front there is a completely new starting inside forward line, comprising of Brendan Martin, Brian McGrath and Ross Peters. Other positional switches from the last day, the team then lines out as follows;

Charlie Manton (Fethard),

Tommy Lowry (Arravale Rovers), Morgan Irwin (Moyle Rovers), Shane Power (Galtee Rovers),

Mark Kehoe (Kilsheelan Kilcash), Danny Owens Capt. (Moyle Rovers), Jack Skehan (Holycross Ballycahill),

Stephen Quirke (Moyle Rovers), Jack Kennedy (Clonmel Commercials),

Emmett Moloney (Drom & Inch), Tommy Nolan (Drom & Inch), Jack Delahunty (Newport),

Brendan Martin (Kilsheelan Kilcash), Brian McGrath (Loughmore Castleiney), Ross Peters (Clonmel Commercials).
12/05/2015 21:59:12
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5 football counties who can make a major 2015 championship breakthrough

1. Roscommon

THE FOOTBALL STORY of the 2015 campaign to date, having sealed promotion to the top flight before defeating Down in the Allianz Football League Division 2 decider.
Manager John Evans is targeting All-Ireland glory in the coming years and the Kerry native has done a remarkable job with the Rossies so far.
But a Connacht title would do quite nicely for starters and Roscommon are on the favourable side of the draw, separated from big guns Galway and Mayo until a potential final.
Roscommon begin their campaign in London May 24, before a semi-final clash with Sligo on June 20.
They lost by just a point to Mayo in last year's provincial semi-final, after losing by 12 against the same opposition in 2013, which suggests that the gap has certainly closed.
And on the back of U21 provincial success this year, a first senior title since 2010 is surely not too far away.

2. Tipperary

Peter Creedon has worked wonders in his time in charge of the Tipperary seniors.
Premier County finished in the top 12, having reached round 4 of the qualifiers in 2012 and 2014.
Underage success has come thick and fast, with Tipp winning Munster U21 titles in 2010 and 2014, before going desperately close to victory in the recent All-Ireland U21 final against Tyrone.
Tipp are working off that rich conveyor belt, with a number of 2011 All-Ireland minor winners also involved.
But a big senior breakthrough is needed sooner rather than later to maintain momentum, and Tipp were within a whisker of shocking Cork in last year's Munster semi-final.
Failure to gain promotion from Division 3 this year was a setback but Tipp should beat Waterford in the Munster SFC quarter-final on May 31, setting up a June 14 showdown with provincial and All-Ireland kingpins Kerry.

3. Armagh

They have a proven winner at the helm in Kieran McGeeney, who famously lifted Sam Maguire for the Orchard County in 2002.
There was a time when Croke Park appearances for Armagh were taken as a given and they captured seven out of ten Ulster crowns on offer from 1999-2008.
But Armagh haven't got their hands on the Angl0-Celt cup since then and the road to fresh provincial glory is fraught with danger.
Armagh will face the winners of the Donegal-Tyrone preliminary round clash in the quarter-finals and even if they win that, there are still two more fences to jump.

4. Meath

Mick O'Dowd has been talking up his side's chances ahead of the championship summer, telling Leinster Council chairman John Horan that he'd love a crack at the Dubs.
O'Dowd's men are on the opposite side of the draw to the provincial champions but there are two hurdles to vault before that traditional final becomes a reality.
Meath, chasing a first Leinster title since their controversial 2010 victory over Louth, have been routed by the Sky Blues in the last three deciders.
And if they want another shot at Jim Gavin's men, Meath will have to first beat Wicklow before facing off against Louth, Westmeath or Wicklow in the semi-finals.

5. Tyrone

Having lost their last three Ulster championship meetings with Donegal, Tyrone badly need to smash that hoodoo.
The two counties lock horns against next Sunday in Ballybofey and anything bar a Donegal win would come as a major surprise.
Tyrone managed just 0-6 against Donegal in their League clash and have scored just 0-29 in three championship clashes against them in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
But Tyrone could badly do with some good championship form to enhance the feel-good factor breezing through the county following the All-Ireland U21 success.
And Tyrone lost their championship clashes 2014 against Monaghan in Ulster and Armagh the qualifiers.
13/05/2015 12:07:21
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Clare v Tipp MFCH

1. Killian Roche (Cooraclare)

2. Conor O'Halloran (Éire Óg)3. Colm Pyne (Killimer)4. Kieran Killeen (Kilmurry Ibrickane)

5. Liam Devitt (Ennistymon)6. Pearse Lillis (Cooraclare)7. Colin Hehir (MIlltown Malbay)

8. Conor Downes (Naomh Eoin)9. Darragh Bohannon (Shannon Gaels)

10. Alan Sweeney (St Breckans)11. Nigel Murray (O'Curry's)12. Keelan Sexton (Kilmurry Ibrickane)

13. Sean Malone (Miltown Malbay) 14. Killian Brennan (Clondegad) 15. Cormac Murray (Milltown Malbay)
14/05/2015 12:01:12
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Brendan Martin's injury-time point sealed a dramatic come-from-behind victory for Tipperary in this evening's Electric Ireland Munster MFC semi-final.
The Premier County advanced to a fourth final in five years by nabbing the last three points of the game to deny Clare a first provincial decider since 1994.
It was tough luck on Clare, who had goals in either half from Cormac Murray and inspirational captain Keelan Sexton, but Tipp showed true grit to rally from two points down.
Scores in the 59th, 60th and 61st minutes won it for Tipp, with man of the match Martin having the final say.
The sides were level at half-time, 0-6 to 1-3, with Tipp coming from three points down to ensure parity at the break.

Tipp B Martin & J Kennedy (3f) 0-5 each, S Power, S Quirke, E Moloney, T Nolan, B McGrath & R Peters 0-1 each.
Clare: K Sexton 1-3 (0-1f), C Murray 1-1, S Malone 0-2, D Bohannon, C Brennan & C Lynch 0-1 each.

TIPP. C Manton; T Lowry, M Irwin, S Power; M Kehoe, D Owens, J Skehan; T Nolan, B Mcgrath; E Moloney, J Kennedy, R Peters; B Martin, S Quirke, J Delahunty.
Subs: J Bergin for Delahunty (h.t.), L Fahy for Skehan (37), J Moloney for E Moloney (46), T Fitzgerald for Kehoe (53).
14/05/2015 17:32:03
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Who will lift the Liam McCarthy Cup?

There are five or six genuine contenders but Tipp on their day have the ability to score goals and to open up defences.
I think it is a pivotal year for the Premier County. Padraic Maher, Brendan Maher, 'Bonar' Maher... these guys have been around for quite some time and they have to win a second All-Ireland. For Tipperary, it is the All-Ireland or nothing this year.
Tipp in the league against Clare impressed. They weathered two of Clare's best punches and went up a gear and won the match.
They definitely have the ammunition to win it all.

Dark horses

I wouldn't rule out Limerick. They have reached the All-Ireland semi-finals for the last two years, but if you're asking for somebody to come out of the pack, you have to look at Waterford. Were in a position three months ago where no one would have rated them as genuine contenders. They won't fear Cork and they have the easier side of the draw, being in a straight semi-final.
They are a young team with underage pedigree which means they don't have the baggage that previous Waterford players might have had. They haven't got defeats to Tipp or Kk they are a team on an upward trajectory with a lot of confidence the way they dismantled Cork.
Like Clare in 2013 that, once they get on a roll and get momentum, they could take a bit of stopping.

Fancy Kilkenny to win Leinster. They have the easier side of the draw, with Dublin and Galway on the other side, so I think they will.

In Munster, any one of the five teams could win its Tipp to win the All-Ireland going the direct route. They will be ready for whoever they have to face.
Young players John McGrath is a guy who certainly has underage pedigree was very impressive against Clare in. Missed the latter stages with injury but he is certainly one to watch.

Austin Gleeson from Waterford He needs to be tamed and reined in a small bit in terms of his use of the ball but he is one of these rare talents they seem to produce.

Kks Kevin Kelly man of the match in the All-Ireland minor 2010 they beat Clare. Colm Galvin, Tony Kelly and Séadna Morey were playing for Clare and this guy hasn't been seen since but he was man of the match in the first game against Clare in the league. His strength and conditioning and his physicality might now be where it needs to be and he is a guy that could do big things for the Cats this summer.

The reigning champions Kk have lost a lot of experience, Tommy Walsh, Brian Hogan, Henry Shefflin, JJ Delaney.
Cant remove those players and not expect some kind of impact. But still have the players Michael Fennelly, Eoin Larkin and TJ Reid who are leaders. They are contenders but don't have JJ in the full-back line makes them less of a force than they were last year.

It is open because teams now believe they can win the All-Ireland. Clare have done it, Cork came within a hair's breadth of winning it, Tipp will feel they're there or thereabouts and, on their day, Waterford and Limerick will feel they can match anybody too, it's wide open.

The rest of the pack

Wexford Dublin Cork Galway. You can't write them off.
16/05/2015 18:01:15
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Munster Senior Camogie Championship Final

Cork 0-12 Tipperary 0-11

Hard lines Tipp you played a great game watched it on the net when I could get a picture put it up to Cork today one or two bad calls by ref u could have won it a good young team
19/05/2015 14:32:41
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Paul Curran joins Tipp backroom team for championship campaign

Curran, 33, announced his retirement at the end of April but O'Shea has wasted no time in ensuring that the Mullinahone stalwart remains involved with the squad.
Michael Ryan has confirmed that Curran will work with the Tipperary full-back line for the remainder of the season.
And his presence within the set-up retains a vital link to the All-Ireland winning team of 5 years ago as Declan Fanning, is a selector alongside O'Shea.
19/05/2015 14:48:46
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DUBLIN 2-22 TIPPE 3-18

Dublin's senior hurlers continued their Ch preparations with a slender victory over Tipp in this SH challenge at Uppperchurch-Drombane on Sunday evening.
The Dubs face Galway, as part of a double-header with the senior footballers, on May 31 in Croke Park and came from in arrears at half-time against Tipp as both counties fielded experimental sides in this clash.
Colm Cronin did his Championship chances no harm when scoring 2-4 as Ger Cunningham's men came from 3-11 to 1-12 in arrears at the break to claim victory.

SCORERS - Dublin: C Cronin 2-4, P Ryan 0-4 (0-2 65′, 0-1f), D Plunkett 0-3, C Dooley, D O'Connell, B Quinn, D Treacy, O O'Rorke--2 each, S Lambert 0-1.Tipperary: J McGrath 2-5 (0-2f), C Kenny 0-5, L McGrath 1-0, S Bourke, B Maher (0-2f) 0-2 each, C Ryan, S McGrath, P Maher, P Ryan (0-1f) 0-1 each.

DUBLIN: A Nolan; N Corcoran, M Carton, S Barrett; S Stapleton, S Lambert, J Boland; B Quinn, D O'Connell; D Plunkett, C Cronin, P Ryan; D Treacy, C Dooley, O O'Rorke.Subs: R O'Dwyer for O'Rorke (55), D Sutcliffe for Ryan (61), C Crummey for Carton (64).

TIPP: D Egan; P Stapleton, J Barry, T Treacy; B Maher, T Hamill, P Heffernan; S McGrath, A Ryan; S Bourke, D McCormack, C Ryan; L McGrath, C Kenny, J McGrath. Subs: T Comerford for Barry (20), K Morris for L McGrath (ht), P Maher for C Ryan (ht), K O'Dwyer for A Ryan (ht), P Ryan for J McGrath (ht), P Stapleton for Treacy (45), B Maher for McCormack (56).
20/05/2015 13:00:08
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May 27: (2) Laois v Carlow
May 27: (3) Offaly v Westmeath
May 27: (4) Wexford v Kildare
June 2: (1) Dublin v Kilkenny (Live on TG4)
June 24: 1 v 2
June 24: 3 v 4 (Live on TG4)
July 8: (Live on TG4)

June 17: Cork v Waterford (Live on TG4)
July 15: Clare v Cork/Waterford (Live on TG4)
July 16: Limerick v Tipperary (Live on TG4)
July 30: Live on TG4

July 15: Down v Derry
July 15: Antrim v Armagh
Final: July 22

August 22: Galway v Munster champions (Live on TG4)
August 22: Leinster champions v Ulster champions (Live on TG4)
September 12: Live on TG4

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