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Wednesday 31 May 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# Premier County

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# New Man Up
Liam Cahill announced as new Tipperary senior hurling manager on three-year term
The appointment was expected after Cahill departed from his role in Waterford last week.
# Premier County
New Tipperary jersey and sponsor revealed
A two-year sponsorship deal with Fiserv, Inc was announced by the county today.
All time
# Covid-19
HSE advise Tipperary hurlers to limit social interaction after Spanish training camp
Tipperary say they will comply with the advice to avoid work for the next two weeks.
# The Starters
Sheedy rings the changes as Tipp get back in action after weather-inflicted absence
The Premier County host Westmeath in their Division 1 Group A meeting this weekend.
# Premier County
Condon's 2-2 helps Tipperary seal Intermediate final spot with 10 point defeat of Sligo
The Munster champions were full value for their victory on Saturday as they now prepare to face Meath.
# Premier County
Tipperary breeze past Waterford by 22 points to book Munster U20 final spot
The defending All Ireland champions were far too good for a depleted Waterford side.
# Forward Thinking
Sheedy says more in Tipp tank after two blistering displays
The Premier County have hit 4-58 in their opening two ties of the Munster championship.
# big miss
Tipperary star Callanan set to miss most of league campaign
The Drom-Inch club man is suffering from back problems.
# Departure Gate
Tipperary are on the lookout for a new U21 hurling boss as William Maher steps aside
The Ballingarry native led the team to the 2016 Munster final but the Premier County were brushed aside against Limerick earlier this summer.
# hanging up the hurl
Tipperary lose another double All-Ireland winner to retirement
Gearóid Ryan, 28, has struggled with injuries in recent years.
# End of an era
Tipp win 'might have awoken sleeping giants' says Ryan
Other hurling counties will be encouraged by Kilkenny’s dethroning according to the Premier boss.
# Team news
Bubbles O'Dwyer starts as Tipperary name team they hope can dethrone the Cats
Michael Ryan’s men face Kilkenny in Sunday’s decider.
# History makers
Tipperary into first-ever All-Ireland senior football quarter-final after heroic comeback
The Premier County have secured a trip to Croke Park to face Galway after late drama against Derry this evening.
# hurling abuse
'Every time I hear him talk it's negativity about a Tipp player' - Corbett hits back at Babs Keating
The hurling legend also addressed the difficulty he had with his hamstrings and the genius of Eamon O’Shea.
# Premier County
A recently-retired Tipperary hurler has joined Eamon O'Shea's backroom team
Paul Curran will come on-board for the remainder of the season, assistant Michael Ryan has confirmed.
# Derby Day
Waterford step up, Tipp favourites, Mahony scoring power - league semi-final talking points
It’s a local derby as the Premier County and their Déise neighbours prepare for a Nowlan Park clash.
# Sacrifice
Tipperary are prepared to transfer finance from a team holiday to a training camp - Kieran Bergin
He feels a training week to Spain during next season would better benefit the Premier County.
# Premier Pride
All-Ireland underage winners named in Tipp intermediate and junior teams
Andrew Ryan, Brian Stapleton and Tommy Heffernan boost Tipp’s intermediate ranks.
# Team news
Tipperary make five changes ahead of Allianz quarter final with Cork
Niall O’Meara is one of three switches in the Tipp forward line.
# Teamsheet
O'Shea makes six changes as Tipperary look to bounce back against Galway
Tipp have recalled Patrick and Padraic Maher to their starting line-up for Sunday’s match in Pearse Stadium.
# County Highlights
8 of Tipperary’s best sporting moments in 2013
It’s the turn of the Premier County.
# Premier County
Snapshot: Pic of new Tipperary jersey leaked
The Premier County will be collarless for 2014.
# Disappointment
'I'm immensely proud. The players fought and fought' - O'Shea
The Tipperary manager saw his team go out of the All-Ireland SHC at Nowlan Park.
# fighting chance
Rule book 'technicality' clears Corbett and Delaney from championship bans
“It’s a great boost and we’re delighted,” said Tipperary county board chairman Sean Nugent.
# Premier County
Ryan targets 'bragging rights' ahead of Tipp's league final
Tipperary assistant Michael Ryan says Brian Cody’s absence won’t have any impact on the National Hurling League final next weekend.
# Larry
VIDEO: The book isn't closed on my career just yet -- Lar Corbett
The likes of Niall Quinn, Donal Óg Cusack and Matthew Macklin hit Thurles for the book launch.
# New Jobs
Ryan to assume Tipperary assistant manager role
Eamon O’Shea has also brought on board Paudie O’Neill as his senior hurling coach in the Premier county.
# Analysis
The lowdown on Tipperary boss Eamon O'Shea
Everything you need to know about the man that will guide the Premier County’s hurling fortunes for 2013.
# Premier
VIDEO: Tipperary set sights on a long summer
With Limerick first up, Premier manager Declan Ryan says that the aim of the county is to once again achieve All-Ireland success.
VIDEO: Munster championship takes off in Mallow
Cork’s Pat Horgan wants to put the League final disappointment behind them before their provincial championship bid.
# Preview
Cork and Kilkenny meet again with league title on the line
Jimmy Barry-Murphy is putting his brightest red rag out in front of the Kilkenny bull in a much-anticipated league decider in Thurles tomorrow.
# FF
Follow Friday: It's Shane McGrath
Every Friday we help point you in the right direction for some of the most interesting sport stars on the Twitter.
# gone
Lar Corbett exit stuns Premier County
The former Hurler of the Year says he will concentrate on business and work commitments rather than line out with Declan Ryan’s Tipperary.
# Capital
In video: Premier ready for Dublin showdown
Tipperary face Dublin’s hurlers at Croke Park on Sunday in the All-Ireland SHC semi-final.