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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Premier

All time
# new dawn
Now a veteran, Tipp attacker Callanan ready to lead after winter of Premier retirements
The Drom-Inch man has won back-to-back Allstars in recent years.
# Let's Be Friends
Tipp and Kilkenny All-Ireland winners will be teammates for novel challenge next Sunday
It’s all part of the Thurles CBS bicentennial celebrations.
# Premier
Tipperary chiefs postpone meeting to finalise management teams for 2016
Extra time has been granted to Michael Ryan and Tipperary football board officials.
# Rising Stars
Tipperary handed injury boost as Kerry make two changes for minor showdown
Both sides have showed their hand ahead of Sunday’s Croke Park final.
# Premier Pride
14-man Tipperary see off Kildare to set up All-Ireland minor final against Kerry
The final takes place on 20 September.
# What A Game
Stunning late drama as Galway win All-Ireland semi-final classic against Tipperary
Galway advance to face Kilkenny on 6 September.
# The Young Lads
'I would have been a bit critical last year that they didn’t come in' - English happy with youth arrival
Nicky English is happy to see the Premier giving youth its day.
# Foot In Both Camps
Tipperary 'far from bomb-proof' and how the media are 'besotted' with Joe Canning
John McIntyre is well-placed to call next Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final in Croke Park.
# Premier
Tynan takes Tipp into All-Ireland minor football semi-final
The former schools rugby star scored 1-5 in today’s win over Galway.
# Comment
5 talking points after Tipperary's Munster glory and Waterford head the backdoor route
The Premier were celebrating after today’s action in Thurles.
# Premier
Tipperary's biggest injury headache is in defence before Munster hurling final
Corner back Paddy Stapleton is the Premier County’s main injury concern ahead of 12 July.
9 facts that prove why Tipperary's Jimmy Doyle was a hurling great
The Tipperary great passed away yesterday.
# Premier
Strong football influence in Tipperary intermediate hurling side for Munster semi-final
Tipperary take on Limerick in Sunday’s curtain-raiser at the Gaelic Grounds.
# Back in action
Brilliant to see Noel McGrath back with Tipp after cancer surgery
McGrath joined his squad at training on Tuesday.
# kingdom coming
Boost for Tipp footballers as scan gives O'Riordan hope of facing Kerry
Jimmy Feehan is also expected to recover in time to face the reigning All-Ireland Champions.
# Fingers crossed
Tipperary will find out later today if Colin O'Riordan can play against Kerry
Colin O’Riordan remains an injury doubt for the Premier.
# Shootout
45 scores as Dublin's hurlers claimed a narrow win over Tipperary tonight
The sides clashed in a challenge match in Drombane.
# Premier
'We’ll welcome him back with open arms. We can’t wait to get Noel back.'
Tipperary are continuing to plan without Noel McGrath after he underwent surgery for testicular cancer.
# Walking Away
Tributes pour in after Paul Curran calls time in after 15-year Tipperary senior hurling career
The Mullinahone club man won an All-Ireland medal in 2010.
# Stevie Wonder
Sean Boylan's influence, Tipp's All-Ireland U21 football bid and playing only hurling at club level
Steven O’Brien is central to Tipperary’s hopes of glory on Saturday.
# perspective
Nice gesture by the Waterford hurlers after news of Tipperary player Noel McGrath's illness
It was announced last week McGrath was set to undergo surgery for testicular cancer.
# Premier
Tipperary through to first U21 football final after remarkable comeback stuns the Dubs
Tipp outscored the Dubs by 0-11 to 0-5 in the second half in Tullamore.
# Cruise Control
Job done by Tipp as they claim 12-point Munster minor success against Waterford
The teams clashed in Semple Stadium tonight.
# Battling Back
2011 Tipperary Allstar on road to recovery after hip operation and torn MCL
Tipperary’s Michael Cahill on the comeback trail as the Premier gear up for Sunday’s hurling league semi-final.
# Sidelined
Now two of Tipperary's defenders will miss league semi-final with Waterford
The Premier take on the Deise in Nowlan Park.
# Rising Stars
6 key players for Cork and Tipperary's Munster U21 football final battle
The teams clash in Semple Stadium tomorrow night.
# Dual star
'If you love something you don’t just pack it in' - why this Tipp player chose football over hurling
Colin O’Riordan is a highly talented dual player in the Premier County.
# Against the odds
Amazing comeback by Tipperary as they recover from being 12 points down to beat Cork
The Premier won a high-scoring thriller at Páirc Uí Rinn today.
# the best
'I think Johnny Sexton is the in-form fly-half in the world' - Madigan
The Leinster man is playing second fiddle to Sexton at the moment with Ireland.
# Shaking Things Up
2 key Tipp hurling defenders to miss league but there's 8 new additions to squad
James Barry and Michael Cahill are set to go under the knife.
# back of the net
10 of Eoin Kelly's best scores during his brilliant Tipperary hurling career
Kelly hit 21-368 during his days with Tipperary. Not bad going at all.
# EK13
Lifting Liam as captain, winning 6 Allstars and scoring for fun - Eoin Kelly's hurling career
The Mullinahone maestro called it a day today.
# stepping down
2010 All-Ireland winning captain Kelly announces his Tipperary retirement
Kelly captained Tipperary to glory in 2010.
# Club Cats
The Tipperary duo masterminding Kilkenny kingpins Ballyhale's county final bid
Ballyhale Shamrocks take on Clara in today’s county senior hurling final.
# Champs
Thurles Sars back on top in Tipp as they see off Loughmore to win senior hurling title
Thurles Sarsfields now advance to play Cratloe in next Sunday’s Munster semi-final.
# Premier
Michael Ryan gets green light to be next Tipperary hurling boss
The current assistant coach will take over from Eamon O’Shea in 2016.
# honest assessment
'I don't think it really was a free myself' - Kieran Bergin on the late decision in the drawn final
The Tipperary defender also describes just how highly they rate Eamon O’Shea within the camp.
# bainisteoir
Good news Tipp fans, your hurling manager is close to staying on for 2015
And football manager Peter Creedon has confirmed that he is to stay on in the Premier County.
# Last Four
Eoin Kelly hits 2-7 in Tipp quarter-final win while champions Loughmore survive
The first two Tipperary senior hurling championship quarter-finals took place today.
# tipp toppled
Tipp players fought with honour and will win future All-Irelands, says Eamon O'Shea
The Premier County battled to the end after an epic journey this summer.