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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.

Eoin Kelly celebrates scoring a goal 8/6/2008 Eoin Kelly celebrates a goal in 2008 Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

Updated 12.25pm

EOIN KELLY CHALKED up 21-368 in a glittering Tipperary senior hurling career that saw him become his county’s all time top scorer.

After he announced his retirement last evening, we compiled some of the best scores he registered in the Premier colours. There was plenty requests for footage of a magical point he scored as part of a 0-14 haul against Limerick in 2006 and we’ve got our hands on it.

1. Munster quarter-final 2006 v Limerick

Go to  1.33 here for the point in question or admire all of Kelly’s scores from that game in the entire video.

Source: premierview/YouTube

2. Munster quarter-final 2002 v Clare

Go to 2.14

Source: HurlingGoals/YouTube

3. Munster semi-final 2005 v Clare

Go to 1.35

Source: Conor Ryan/YouTube

4. Munster semi-final 2006 v Waterford

Source: GAA Archive/YouTube

5. Munster semi-final 2006 v Waterford

Go to 0.38

Source: GAA Archive/YouTube

6. All-Ireland quarter-final 2006 v Waterford

Go to 2.38

Source: Bryansford Gael/YouTube

7. Munster semi-final 2008 v Cork

Source: gaatvland/YouTube

8. Munster final 2009 v Waterford

Source: Conor Ryan/YouTube

9. All-Ireland final 2009 v Kilkenny

Source: HurlingGoals/YouTube

10. Munster quarter-final 2011 v Cork

Source: HurlingGoals/YouTube

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Fintan O'Toole

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