Goal-scoring legend Séamus Callanan announced his Tipperary retirement this week, sparking Niall McCoy to access the top three-point earners in the race for the Liam MacCarthy Nickey Rackard Wexford – 59 SO good they named a trophy after him. While some of his family had hoped he’d be a cricketer, Wexford fans will forever be […]
IT already seems inevitable that the Limerick hurlers will go on to complete a historic five in-a-row, and for me the elephant in the room is money. JP McManus has pumped in serious money to Limerick, they’ve reaped the benefits, and it makes me think of the Saudis and Russians who have bought up Premiership […]
By Niall Gartland A BUMPER Cavan contingent travelled for their opening day league encounter away to Westmeath last weekend – so you’d imagine there’ll be an even stronger support base at Kingspan Breffni for this Sunday’s clash against Tipperary. The Breffni County supporters outnumbered the Westmeath fans by a rough estimate of two to one […]
By Shaun Casey IT’S a long way to Tipperary, but it’s a longer trip home if the journey isn’t worthwhile. That’s how Down fans will feel this weekend as they flock in their droves towards Munster to support their team, and finally things are starting to look up. After a bleak, winless 2022, the Mourne […]
TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship Tipperary 2-6 Cavan 1-8 By Kevin Carney Advertisement EMMA Morrissey scored 2-4 including the winning penalty, deep into added-time, to seal Tipperary’s place in the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship for 2023, with Cavan heading for the relegation play-off instead. Morrissey found the top-corner with aplomb after her teammate Angela McGuigan was […]
DOWN’S run to the All-Ireland Intermediate Championship semi-final has created a huge sense of camaraderie and togetherness in the team, according to scoring sensation Niamh Mallon. The Portaferry star has heaped praise on their management team for engineering their run to their last-four date with Tipperary on Saturday after an inauspicious start to the season. […]
FOR all the talk of the emergence of a new era over the past year or so, we’ve ended up with Kilkenny and Tipperary meeting in a national fin
GAELIC Life columnist John Martin believes that Clare’s bruised pride could be the key to a shock All-Ireland quarter-final win over Tipperary.
GAELIC Life hurling columnist John Martin has hit out at the decision to host the Tipperary and Dublin Qualifier in Thurles.
GAELIC Life hurling columnist John Martin insists that the pressure is all on Cork this Sunday as they meet Tipperary in the Munster Championship.