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Thursday 2 February 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Tipperary Camogie

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2022
# Tipperary Camogie
Denis Kelly set to manage Tipperary camogie team
Toomevara native has been Premier county’s coach for past two seasons.
# Money In The Bank
Tipperary camogie announces major three-year sponsorship deal
Alpha Drives Ltd will become the county’s main sponsor while an athletic development partnership with Setanta College has also been agreed.
# Round-Up
Tipperary send big statement with 22-point win as Kilkenny make strong start to title defence
Tipperary defeated Down in their camogie league opener while the Cats got the better of Limerick.
All time
# In The Mix
Champions Kilkenny to face Cork while Tipp and Galway square off in repeat of 2020 semi-finals
Some intriguing battles await next Sunday in Croke Park.
# Onwards
Devane fires Tipp into fourth semi-final in-a-row as Waterford taste quarter-final defeat again
The Premier County march on after a six-point win.
'We're getting fed up of those moral victories. We want to go that step further'
Waterford will face Tipperary in the All-Ireland quarter-final this evening at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
# Wrap
Tipperary power past Limerick to reach camogie championship knock-out stages
Elsewhere Kilkenny beat Westmeath, Cork edged past Down and Waterford got the better of Dublin.
# lots done more to do
'We went 21 minutes without scoring in second half. We won't be winning All-Irelands doing that'
Kilkenny boss Brian Dowling knows his side have improvements to make before the decider.
# Still On Top
Champions Galway hold off gutsy Tipp effort to join Kilkenny in repeat of last year's All-Ireland final
Cathal Murray’s side were pushed all the way for their win.
# bittersweet in brisbane
'It was definitely a hard decision' - Tipp triple-threat back in Australia and missing business end here
It’s a time of mixed emotions for Orla O’Dwyer, who will be watching her camogie side in an All-Ireland quarter-final from afar.
# Get Well Soon
'Nobody was taking any chances' - Medics praised after Tipp player airlifted to hospital
Nicole Walsh suffered the injury in the late stages of an All-Ireland championship game against Waterford.
# Wrap
Wins for Galway, Clare and defending champions Kilkenny in round 2 of camogie league
Cork’s clash against Wexford was postponed.