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All Ireland Senior Hurling Quarter Final
It wasn’t to be for our Senior Hurlers last Saturday as they bowed out of this years championship after a hard fought game with Waterford in Pairc Ui Chaoimh. It was a game that had everything and right from the very start was played at an electric pace. The game produced 73 scores in 73 minutes which shows the tempo it was played at. The Tipperary players gave everything they had in the game and were right in the game at the end of regulation time but a late goal for Waterford sealed the victory for them on a scoreline of 4-28 to 2-27. Best wishes to Waterford as they progress to a semi final clash with Limerick next weekend and a huge thank you to the Tipperary players and management who have represented our county with pride and distinction throughout the 2021 campaign. This group of players lead by Liam Sheedy as their manager have given us all so much entertainment and brought much joy and happiness to our lives on many occasions and I have no doubt that they will do so again in the future. We can all look forward to watching them with their clubs over the coming weeks in the various divisional and county championships and we wish them all the very best of good luck.
Munster Minor Hurling Semi Final
Our Minor Hurling team also bowed out of the championship at the hands of Waterford last Tuesday evening in Pairc Ui Rinn on a scoreline of 2-25 to 4-11 and we thank all of the panel members and team management for the hard work and effort they all put in over the last number of months. A large number of the panel will be eligible again next year while there is no doubt that those who are finished at minor level will go on to represent Tipperary at other levels going forward.
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