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BRIDGESTONE AWARD "Best in Ireland 2011, 2012 and 2013.
FBD Semple Stadium played host to a double header last Sunday and it was a good day all round for our teams. First into action were the senior hurlers who played Antrim in their final game of this year’s Allianz Hurling League. In what was a rather comfortable win for Tipperary there was lots to be happy with none more so than the fact that the team raised seven green flags and played some very good hurling across all areas of the field. They will now turn their focus to the upcoming Munster championship opening game against Waterford in Walsh Park, where they will be hoping to get their campaign off to a winning start and set the tone for the year.
The Senior Footballers took to the field against Carlow knowing that nothing less than a win would be good enough to keep them in the race for promotion to Division 3 of the Allianz Football League. The sizeable crowd that was in attendance were not disappointed as David Powers men played some lovely passages of football and even though they suffered the loss of Bill Maher before the throw in and captain Conor Sweeney before half time, the team took control of the game in the third quarter as they ran out convincing winners. This victory now sets up a final round clash with London this Saturday evening in FBD Semple Stadium that will see Tipperary gain promotion to Division 3 should they be victorious, We would appeal to all Tipperary GAA supporters to come to Thurles on Saturday evening and give our Senior Footballers the support they deserve, tickets are now available via the GAA website and also in selected SuperValu and Centra stores, under 16’s are free and do not require a ticket.