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# Tipperary

Last week
22nd January 2023 - 28th January 2023
# Tipperary
Two men go on trial for alleged possession of €80k worth of cocaine for sale or supply
Michael Morgan (43) and John Walsh (36) appeared before Nenagh Circuit Court today.
# fightback
Late goals from Hayes and O'Connor fire Cork to Munster Hurling League title
Tipperary let eight-point lead slip.
# Carrick-on-Suir
'It gave peace and dignity': Campaigners press their case to reopen Tipperary hospice
The HSE closed St Brigid’s District Hospital in 2020.
Last month
January 2023
# aishling moloney
'When I did my ACL, I was like, 'Thank God'' - Tipp star back after burnout, injury and spider bite
Tipperary star Aishling Moloney is returning from a lengthy lay-off with a new perspective.
# Gardaí
17-year-old boy missing from Tipperary found safe and well
Gardaí have thanked the public for their assistance.
# eureka
Two Tipperary students win top prize at BT Young Scientists 2023
Their poject looks at the impact of second-level education on teenagers’ lives and development.
# GAA News
Tipperary's O'Riordan to return to Australia, Cody linked with James Stephens manager role
Elsewhere Conleith Gilligan has a new coaching job in Tyrone after recently departing All-Ireland champions Kilcoo.
Last year
# Tipperary
Decision on hotel near Rock of Cashel site gets put on hold as council seeks more information
The plans have been heavily criticised by heritage experts who fear the site will be “destroyed” if the plan goes ahead.
# single car collision
Teen in critical condition after single-car collision in Co Tipperary
The collision happened on the M7 between Birdhill and Nenagh around 9pm last night.
# Limerick leaders
Newcastlewest stun Clonmel Commercials to book first Munster final spot in 35 years
Newcastlewest are the first Limerick team since Drom-Broadford in 2008 to contest this decider
# Tipperary
Fears historic Rock of Cashel site will be 'forever changed' if hotel gets approval
Archaeologists have appealed for people to make submissions on the project ahead of Monday’s deadline.
# Swapping Codes
Tipperary GAA family background to scoring for Munster at Páirc Uí Chaoimh
Diarmuid Barron savoured the experience in the recent clash against South Africa.
# Gardaí
Man arrested in connection with fatal hit and run in Tipperary
The man, aged in his 20s, was brought to Thurles Garda Station
# Gardaí
Men die in separate road incidents in Tipperary and Offaly
One man died in a suspected hit-and-run this morning and the other man died after his van entered a marina.
# Road Deaths
Motorcyclist and pedestrian die in separate road crashes in Louth and Tipperary
Gardaí are investigating both collisions.
# Medal Count
'I don’t even try to slag him because he’d throw all the All-Ireland clubs back in my face!'
Clonmel’s Jamie Peters and Nemo’s Paul Kerrigan on father-son rivalries and Munster club hopes.
# going swimmingly
Templemore swimming pool to be re-opened to local groups following protests
The pool at the Garda training college was closed to the public several months ago.
# Food Safety Authority
Live rodents, unsafe temperatures and rusty utensils among reasons for latest food closures
The orders were served in October.
# Premier
'There were more talented players that should have played in front of me but I was mentally strong'
Paddy Stapleton chats about his new children’s books and Tipperary career.
# Templemore
Templemore locals protest outside Garda college calling for access to swimming pool
Locals have said they have been able to use the pool for decades.
# Templemore
Taoiseach hopes to find solution to 'very regrettable' closure of Garda college pool to public
Locals have told The Journal that they are no longer permitted to use the swimming pool – those affected include a Special Olympics team.
# Kilruane MacDonaghs
'The first man that came over and shook my hand was Dan, Dillon’s father' - Hurling emotion in Tipp
Victorious Kilruane manager remembers the tragedy in their opening game of the 2022 season when Dillon Quirke passed away.
# Case Study
Ukrainian accommodation: Regions readying for increase of refugees as winter hits
The Journal takes a look at how the southeast region has been managing arrivals.
# found
83-year-old man missing from Tipperary found safe and well
Gardaí thanked the public for their assistance in the matter.
# Paul Kelly
Tipperary All-Ireland winner appointed new Dublin senior camogie manager
Mullinahone’s Paul Kelly takes the managerial reins.
# Draw Game
The Canavan sub tactic used with All-Ireland winner to shape Tipperary final outcome
Seamus Hennessy made his mark for Kilruane MacDonaghs.
# All Square
Thrilling finish to Tipperary hurling final as Kiladangan and Kilruane finish level
The North Tipperary neighbours will meet each other again in a replay.
# Tipp decider
'You think you will win it every year... it has been 37 years waiting' - Chasing Tipp glory
Len Gaynor, Kilruane MacDonaghs’ greatest hurler, chats ahead of the Tipperary county final.
# Tune in
Leinster, Dublin and Tipperary GAA club games live on TV next weekend
Plenty for GAA fans to get stuck into next weekend.
Live register figures increase in every county but Tipperary over 12 months
The seasonally adjusted live register for September was 184,100 people – a decrease of 1,900 from the previous month.
# james barry
'They said there's no reason chemo would stop you from playing' - A Tipperary comeback
All-Ireland winner James Barry has made an inspiring return to hurling.
# take me to church
Football history made in Tipp, Clare champs win and Palatine lift Carlow title
Upperchurch-Drombane are through to their first ever Tipperary senior football final.
# Last Four
Kiladangan and Upperchurch advance as Tipperary senior hurling semi-fnal draw made
The quarter-final action concluded today in Semple Stadium.
# Tune in
Tipperary, Clare and Offaly senior GAA club games live on TV next weekend
Plenty to enjoy for GAA fans.
# Tipperary
Gardaí investigating 'hate motive' in masked man's confrontation with Clonmel Pride march
Saturday’s march was part of the third ever Clonmel Pride Festival.
# Comeback
David Power: 'If it is possible down the line, he will put on that blue and gold jersey again'
Colin O’Riordan has called time on his seven-year Aussie Rules career because of a chronic hip injury.
# Craig Morgan
Knee injury concern for Tipperary hurling defender after club game
Craig Morgan made his senior hurling championship debut for Tipperary in April.
# queen of dirt island
'It felt like it was whispered to me every day': Donal Ryan on the unexpected genesis of his latest novel
The author’s sixth novel is about the life of four generations of a Tipperary family.
'Perfect gentleman and the ultimate hurler' - Tipperary players pay tribute to Dillon Quirke
Barry Hogan and Robert Byrne praised the leadership and friendship of their team-mate.
Tipperary hurling hero Dillon Quirke died “doing what he loved” funeral mass told
Taoiseach Micheál Martin said he was “shocked and saddened” by the news of Quirke’s passing.