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25/09/2014 19:27:26
Killarney.87
County: Tipperary
Posts: 858

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I'd swap Gleeson with Murphy and Larkin with Noel McGrath.
26/09/2014 11:00:13
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1664

1657154
Kilkenny Team to play Tipperary in All Ireland Final Replay

1 Eoin Murphy Glenmore
2 Paul Murphy Danesfort
3 J J Delaney Fenians
4 Jackie Tyrrell James Stephens
5 Padraig Walsh Tullaroan
6 Kieran Joyce Rower Inistioge
7 Killian Buckley Dicksboro
8 Richie Hogan Danesfort
9 Conor Fogarty Erins Own
10 Michael Fennelly Ballyhale Shamrocks
11 Colin Fennelly Ballyhale Shamrocks
12 Eoin Larkin James Stephens
13 Richie Power Carrickshock
14 T J Reid Ballyhale Shamrocks
15 John Power Carrickshock

16 David Herity Dunnamaggin
17 Brian Hogan O'Loughlin Gaels
18 Joey Holden Ballyahale Shamrocks
19 Brian Kennedy St Lachtains
20 Lester Ryan(Clara) Clara
21 Tommy Walsh Tullaroan
22 Henry Shefflin Ballyahale Shamrocks
23 Aidan Fogarty Emeralds
24 Walter Walsh Tullogher Rosbercon
26 Mark Kelly O'Loughlin Gaels
26 Jonjo Farrell Thomastown
26/09/2014 12:44:04
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1664

1657199
Tipperary. final replay v Kk

Darren Gleeson;

Cathal Barrett, Padraic Maher, Paddy Stapleton;

Brendan Maher, James Barry, Kieran Bergin;

Shane McGrath, James Woodlock;

GearĂ³id Ryan, Patrick Maher, John O'Dwyer,

Noel McGrath, Seamus Callanan, Lar Corbett.
26/09/2014 12:48:33
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1664

1657201
So KK plan is to pump in high balls at the Tipp fullback line
26/09/2014 17:27:53
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1664

1657305
Well the waiting is almost over in just 24hrs it will all start again are we going to see a game that is going to match or be better.
That is hard to say but Tipp are up to whatever comes in front of them from Gleeson to Corbett+ they are supermen,and KK wont stand in their way.
So best of luck Tipp go out give your all and you will be there at the end.
We will be waiting in Thurles and Borris to Cheer you all home with the CUP.
26/09/2014 20:54:20
tiobraidArann
County: Tipperary
Posts: 213

1657351
Goodman jc
Oh ye of little faith did I not remind ye after Galway game that Liam was coming to Hayes hotel
Now everyone is jumping on bandwagon seeing as we are in the final yet giving us no chance after limerick game
Even giving us no chance in final and some posters giving us no chance in replay
Priceless really!!!

Yet tipp always have the upper hand on the cats history shows that except for the last ten years but tipp still ahead of them in victories though so I'm surprised that certain posters don't know the history between the teams and who normally comes out on top overall in finals
Media don't seem to have studied the facts either as to the results down through the years and psychology this and psychology that.
The fact is tipp will always have the psychological edge on cats and the reason is
Because we have beaten them more times than they have beaten us simple as that

Go on d premier!!!!!! TiobraidArann Aran Abu!!
26/09/2014 21:03:24
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1664

1657359
My Club and I: Gearoid Ryan

In this week's My Club and I, we speak to Tipperary hurler GearĂ³id Ryan about his club, Templederry Kenyons.
Templederry is a small, rural village in the heart of North Tipperary, 17km south-east of Nenagh.
Affiliated to the GAA since 1887, Templederry Kenyons play in the North Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship, but have lived in the shadow of neighbouring giants Borris-Ileigh and Toomevara.
Templederry Kenyons
Club Profile. Founded: 1887. Colours: Green and White
Grounds: Fr. Kenyon Park. North Tipp IHC: 1931, 1979, 2000, 2008. Tipperary IHC: 2008
Templederry won the the North Tipperary and Tipperary Intermediate Hurling Championships in 2008
The club is named after Fr. John Kenyon, who was heavily involved in the Young Ireland movement in the area in the 1800s.
Along with Thomas Stapleton, Ryan is one of two Templederry Kenyons clubmen in the Tipperary panel for Saturday''s All-Ireland SHC final against Kilkenny.

A: I just went down to the hurling field training when I was a young lad and it took off from there. It's something every young lad up there does at some stage, but I just stayed at it. I was five or six when I first went down, but I didn't really play any structured hurling until the U12 and U14 grades. Before that it's blitzes at U10 level against neighbouring clubs on a Saturday morning to get things going.

A: There is a bit of football played underage, but there is no senior football played in the club so it is mostly hurling.

A: I am the oldest in the family and was the first to play there. I have a brother and a sister who are involved now and my father would have hurled with the club before me.

A: When I was younger I always looked up to Timmy Minogue, who is actually not all that much older than me. Timmy is still hurling away and has been for years. He's a great player, a great clubman. When I was playing underage in the club I always looked up to him and admired him.

A: We have very good facilities. The grounds got a makeover a few years back - new dressing rooms, a hall, racquetball alley, a scoreboard and they are recently after building a stand and a wall around the field. We have two fields up there now as well so the place is in good order and really coming on nicely.

A: We were playing in the 'B' grade at U14 and U16 level and we won a few Tipperary North titles and county titles growing up. We won the U21 'B' county title in 2005 and then an U21 'A' Tipperary North title the year after. That was a big day for the club because it was one of the first 'A' titles we had ever won and it was great to be part of that. It was mostly 'B' hurling we played because numbers were always a factor up there.

A: I remember making my championship debut against Toomevara as a 16-year-old. It was my first outing back in 2005. The memories of that game are not great because Toomevara are a great, tough team and to play against them on your debut might not be ideal.

A: We have performed well, but we haven't really made a breakthrough. We got to a Tipp North semi-final - the last 16 in the county - but that's as far as we have got. We are trying to progress every year.
28/09/2014 19:30:22
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1664

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Thanks to all the players and E O'Shea + for the wonderful they have they have given us was at Louis Fitzgeralds and had a very good night considering everything met all the players and EOS they are wonderful dedicated lads and will go one further next year
29/09/2014 17:21:02
JC Wales
County: Tipperary
Posts: 1664

1658222
Hurling Team of the Year

Seven Tipperary men, five from Kilkenny and one each from Wexford, Cork and Limerick make our hurling team of the year.

Kilkenny proved yet again that they are the best team in the land, but Tipperary had some fine individual performers over the course of the season and there were some difficult selection calls.

GOALKEEPER
Darren Gleeson gets the nod, whose distribution has resulted with comparisons to Stephen Cluxton in football. Eoin Murphy made some fine saves in both games against the Premier, but for consistency over the season, Gleeson gets the nod.

DEFENCE
The full-back line is perhaps the most competitive on the field. JJ Delaney is a no-brainer at full-back even though James Barry acquitted himself well on his debut campaign and Richie McCarthy was calmness personified for Limerick.

Seamus Hickey was again a spiritual leader in the corner for the Treaty men and gets the number four jersey. While Paddy Stapleton rarely put a foot wrong for Tipp all year, Cathal Barrett tentatively gets the nod over Paul Murphy for the number two jersey. Admittedly little to choose between two of the finest markers in the country.
Kilkenny's Paul Murphy is unlucky to lose out
The two Mahers, team captain Brendan and Padraic make it on the half-back line. The two snuffed out many opposition forwards and Padraic's aerial ability was eye-catching throughout the championship. They are joined by Cats wing-back Cillian Buckley.

MIDFIELD
Richie Hogan is the first name on the team and the likely Player of the Year. Although substituted before the end of the replay, he still hit a number of early points and was the main man for Kilkenny this season, driving forward at every opportunity and displaying his natural attacking instincts throughout.
He is joined by Wexford's Lee Chin despite stiff competition from Shane McGrath and Conor Fogarty. Defeating Clare in an epic replay and also seeing off Waterford, they ran out of steam against Limerick but Chin was the heartbeat of the team.

ATTACK
The third Tipperary Maher, 'Bonner' is on the 40, one of the most direct runners and selfless players in the game, creating chances all season long for his fellow forwards. He is joined by team-mate 'Bubbles' O'Dwyer who really stepped up to the mark this season. The Killenaule man was unlucky that his late free tailed just wide first time out against Kilkenny was a menace at wing-forward all season.

Kilkenny's razor-sharp free-taker TJ Reid takes the other wing-forward slot and is now firmly established as an integral part of the Cats attack.
Richie Power is unlucky to miss out after his performances and goal-scoring exploits in both games against Tipperary, but Seamus Callanan had his finest season to date and could not be omitted at full-forward.
Goal scoring hero Richie Power loses out to Seamus Callanan
Colin Fennelly is given the number 13 jersey and in the other corner Conor McDonald and particularly Shane Dowling had claims for a starting spot, but Cork's Alan Cadogan gets the nod. Instrumental as the Rebels claimed provincial success, he made it a debut season to remember and was their main scoring threat from play.

Darren Gleeson

Cathal Barrett

JJ Delaney

Seamus Hickey

Brendan Maher

Padraic Maher

Cillian Buckley

Richie Hogan

Lee Chin

TJ Reid

Patrick Maher

John O'Dwyer

Colin Fennelly

Seamus Callanan

Alan Cadogan
29/09/2014 17:56:48
cuederocket
County: Dublin
Posts: 1163

1658252
Paul Murphy is the best corner back in the game.Had a great year.Guaranteed an All Star.I would have R Power starting corner forward,instead of Cadogan.He changed the flow of semi final when he came on,and was instrumental in Kilkennys 2 finals v Tipp.His goals helped the cats seal the deal.

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