Michael Quinlivan hopes Tipperary don't have to wait another 81 years for their next All-Ireland SFC semi-final appearance.
Jim McGuinness says there's no way Tipperary's Robbie Kiely should have been black-carded during Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final loss to Mayo.
Conor Sweeney is hopeful that Tipperary's run to the All-Ireland SFC semi-final will encourage some of their players to return to the fold.
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Brian Gavin has been appointed to referee next month's All-Ireland SHC final.
It's fair to say that Colin O'Riordan has had a rough few days.
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James Horan says Robbie Kiely's early black card in yesterday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final was "incredibly harsh".
Bon Voyage Peter Acheson...
Peter Acheson has revealed that he played in yesterday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final with a broken hand.
"All-Ireland semi-finals are there to be won. We all have enough experience of playing epic finals and one thing or another so we are just content with getting to the final at this moment."
Mayo are through to their first All-Ireland final in three years after a very fortunate 2-13 to 0-14 victory over Tipperary at Croke Park.
Tipperary's disappointment at finishing on the wrong end of today's semi-final scoreline has been compounded by the news that they will be minus the services of captain Peter Acheson in 2017.
There was lots of sympathy for Tipperary's Bill Maher in 'The Sunday Game' studio following his sending-off against Mayo.
Stephen Rochford thought his Mayo players coped well with the huge expectations on their shoulders going into today's penultimate stage clash with Tipperary.
Tipperary manager Liam Kearns had no complaints following their semi-final exit at the hands of Mayo.
"Why not?!" - that was Andy Moran's answer to the question: can Mayo finish off the job in the Sam Maguire Cup decider?
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With a precious place in the 2016 All-Ireland SFC final up for grabs, Mayo and Tipperary formed a novel semi-final pairing at Croke Park.
Tipperary's style of football has won them many admirers en route to this year's All-Ireland SFC semi-final and George Hannigan is hoping it will be enough to see them upset the odds against Mayo in Croke Park today.
If Mayo approach today's All-Ireland SFC semi-final with the right attitude, Alan Brogan believes they will possess too much quality for this year's surprise packets Tipperary.
We have now certainly entered the business end of the season this weekend, with the first semi-final having a different feel to it this year with the inclusion of surprise packages Tipperary.