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There’s no doubt that the weekend belongs to cousins Barry Heffernan and Jake Morris who captured Celtic Crosses for themselves as Tipperary defeated Kilkenny, 3-25 to 0-20, in the All-Ireland senior hurling final. Barry followed in the footsteps of his uncle John by starring in the full-back line and so impressive was his performance that he was nominated for the Sunday Game man of the match accolade.Indeed Barry was instrumental in John O’Dwyer’s goal as he played an impressive ball into space for Seamus Callanan to run onto. Jake was introduced as a 60th minute substitute and fired over an impressive point.
Best of luck to Conor McCarthy, Jake Morris and the Tipperary under-20 hurlers in their All-Ireland final clash with Cork next weekend.
Congratulations to clubs legends John Heffernan, Mick Burns and Conor O’Donovan who were honoured at the GPA lunch in Croke Park on Saturday.
Our senior hurlers will play their second match of the county championship on Sunday, September 1st, at 1pm in The Ragg against Loughmore Castleiney. In their opening match, played on April 7th, the lads overcame the challenge of Upperchurch Drombane 2-21 to 1-15.
Best of luck to our junior-A hurlers as they look to capture the North Tipperary title next Sunday against Toomevara. This game is on at 15:30 in Templederry.
Our minor hurlers had a fine win over Ballina in Portroe on Wednesday evening last on a 3-18 to 1-8 scoreline. The Nenagh goals came from Seán Phelan (2) and Cian Griffin. The lads are now looking forward to the North semi-final, details of this fixture have yet to be finalised.