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Munster Senior Hurling Semi Final
Well done to the Tipperary Senior Hurling team who overcame Clare in last Sundays Munster semi final which was played in the LIT Gaelic Grounds in Limerick. Liam Sheedy’s men showed great determination and pride in the jersey on their back’s and showed a never say die approach that brought them to within one point of Clare at the break having been six points behind after only 10 minutes. A strong start to the second half saw Tipperary take a nine point lead by the 60th minute and while Clare did manage to bring the deficit down, in the end it was Tipperary who emerged victorious on a full time score of 3-23 to 2-22. Following the final whistle, Tipperary’s Dan McCormack was presented with the RTE man of the match award on the back of an outstanding performance. Congratulations to Dan and indeed all the players on a great win, Dan’s was at the heart of Tipp’s victory over Clare. He scored two points from play, but it was his all-round work-rate that saw him win hard ball and force turnovers that really caught the eye.
All roads now lead to Pairc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday July 18th and a Munster Final date with the reigning Munster and All Ireland champions Limerick who defeated Cork in the other Semi Final which was played in Semple Stadium on Saturday last. This will be another tough task for Tipperary, but one thing is for sure that the players and team management will prepare diligently for the game and once 4.15pm arrives and the ball is thrown in on Sunday week, Tipperary will be ready for what should be a great contest.
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