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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 13°C

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# Premier
The former Tipp hurler debuting for the Tipp footballers tomorrow
After two years with the county senior hurlers, John Coghlan lines out in defence for the Premier tomorrow.
# Premier
Lar Corbett: 'Everyone is on about do I feel hard done by but all of that is out of my hands'
The Tipperary star on last Sunday’s sending-off, being criticised for the timing of his trip to Breezy Point and Lotto winning rumours.
# Star Man
Fennelly fires Kilkenny to success against Tipperary in Division 1 hurling league final
The Cats claimed the honours in a pulsating contest before 21,447 fans this afternoon in Nowlan Park.
# Premier
Duty calls as 'Bonner' Maher to miss Tipp clash with Kilkenny
Maher, who recently joined the army, will be unavailable due to work committments.
# Tipperary GAA
McGrath fitness boost for Tipperary
Meanwhile Clare attacker Aaron Cunningham faces a spell on the sidelines after dislocating his shoulder.
# fresh faces
Tipperary and Cork hurlers to experiment
The Galway team has also been named for their Walsh Cup semi-final tomorrow.
# Premier
Corbett pens story of life and hurling after a turbulent year
The Tipperary hurling star has released his autobiography after a year in which he commanded plenty of headlines.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Thursday
More goals, Shane Lowry on the march and one GAA star considers his future.
# performance driven
Maher instils 'just another game' mentality to Tipp minors
“It’s a game of hurling and we’re there to win it,” says the Premier’s minor manager.
# Tipping Point
Walking away: Ryan steps down as Tipp supremo
The under-fire manager says he has completed his two-year term and will not seek reappointment.
# Premier
High drama: Logue penalty save ensures Tipp take intermediate crown
Tipperary withstood a ferocious fight-back from Kilkenny to win their first intermediate All Ireland in over a decade.
# Local GAA
Club Call: Tipperary SHC fourth round draw
The draw for the last twelve stage of the Premier county’s senior hurling championship was made last night.
# Premier
Corbett and Ryan back Tipperary's attacking ploy
Tipperary’s tactics up front in Croke Park yesterday have sparked plenty reaction but their key attacker believes it was correct to employ them.
# team player
'I’m no different to a lot of the players' - Eoin Kelly adjusts to life on second fiddle
The Mullinahone man was once the central tenet of Tipp success. Tomorrow he must battle his way off the bench.
# Preview
Tipperary v Kilkenny - All-Ireland SHC semi-final match guide
They have faced off in the last three All-Ireland senior hurling finals and those meetings have whetted the appetite ahead of the battle between Tipperary and Kilkenny in Sunday’s semi-final tie.
# Premier
Curran relishing hurling rivalry with Cats
Hailing from Mullinahone has lead the Tipperary captain to savour battles with near neighbours Kilkenny.
Clare v Tipperary, Bord Gáis Energy Munster U21HC final
U21 hurling was the focus tonight in Cusack Park as Clare and Tipperary squared off in the Munster final. Here’s how the action unfolded.
# Premier
Tipperary draft in Forde in only change for Munster U21 decider
With his studies complete, the Silvermines youngster is focused on hurling now ahead of tomorrow’s Bord Gáis Energy Munster U21HC final against Clare.
Down v Tipperary, All-Ireland SFC round four qualifier
There was a place in the All-Ireland senior football quarter-finals at stake in Mullingar today as Tipperary and Down went head to head. Here’s how it all unfolded.
Tipperary v Galway, All-Ireland SFC Round 4A qualifier
The Premier and the Tribesmen face off in Tullamore this evening.
# Premier
Hannigan relishing Tipperary football success
The Tipperary midfield has had to bide his time for a run of championship victories but is savouring every moment of the 2012 campaign.
# Preview
Relentless: Waterford need Mullane at full throttle to overcome Tipp
Shane Stapleton sizes up the titans set to meet in tomorrow’s Munster final.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Monday
Championship hurling and football, betting probes and sprint finishes. It’s all here.
# 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.
# SHC2012
Lar Corbett unlikely to play any part in Championship opener
The Tipperary management team feels that the game against Limerick on Sunday week comes a bit too early for the returning forward.
Cut and dried: What we learned this week in hurling
You’re either at it or you’re not in the opening weekend of the National Hurling League.
# fur and balanced
Watch: Kermit responds to Fox News claim that Muppets push liberal agenda
Kermit gave a fair and balanced answer when asked about the Fox News comments – leaving Miss Piggy to deliver the killer blow.
# Thailand
Thailand's first female Prime Minister takes her seat
Yingluck Shinawatra and her Pheu Thai party raced to victory in last month’s elections.
Tipperary legend John Doyle dies at 80
One of hurling’s greatest passes away.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Friday
Hoop dreams about to be realised at last, Malthouse goes in hard on Irish press and English decides that bank job a wiser move than following Sheedy in Tipp.
# Talking English
Sideline cut? No job offer for English… yet
A hurler on the ditch for almost a decade, one of the game’s all-time greats is mulling over a return to the bainisteoir bib.