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BRIDGESTONE AWARD "Best in Ireland 2011, 2012 and 2013.
All Ireland Minor Hurling Semi Final
The Tipperary minor hurlers travel to the TUS Gaelic Grounds this Sunday June 19th where they will play Galway at 2pm in the All Ireland semi final. Having overcome Clare at the same venue in the Munster final a few weeks ago, preparations have been going well ahead of what is expected to be a very tough and challenging encounter with the men from the west. We wish the players and team management the very best of good luck on Sunday as they aim to reach this years All Ireland final. The other semi final in the Minor hurling championship will be played in FBD Semple Stadium this Friday evening and will be between Leinster champions Offaly and beaten Munster finalists Clare. The game has a 7.30pm throw in and will be refereed by Thurles Gaels clubman Kevin Jordan. This is a big honour for Kevin and we wish him and his team of officials the best of luck. Tickets for the semi finals are on sale via the GAA website.
All Ireland Senior Hurling Quarter Finals
FBD Semple Stadium will be the centre of attention again this Saturday as the two All Ireland Senior hurling Quarter Finals will take place at the field of legends. First in to action at 1.45pm will be Leinster runners up Galway and the third placed team from the Munster championship Cork who will be coming to Thurles having disposed of Antrim in last weekends qualifier. The second game will throw in at 3.45pm and will see Munster reuuner up Clare pit their wits against a Wexford side managed by Kiladangan’s Darragh Egan in what should be a very clouse encounter. With a large attendance in excess of 35,000 expected for the games, local Gardai have advised that there will be some traffic disruption in Thurles and on the approach roads to the town, so if you are planning on travelling to Thurles on Saturday the advice is to go early and park in one of the many car parks which will be provided.