# Tipperary GAA

This week
19th March 2023 - 23rd March 2023
# pushing on
'We want to be World Cup champions' - The Tipp GAA player dreaming big in rugby
Brian Gleeson is already looking to the next target after his man-of-the-match display for the Ireland U20s.
Last month
February 2023
# Dublin v Tipp
Croke Park baptisms, new-look teams, and goal-hungry attackers
The Tipperary hurlers haven’t played at GAA headquarters since their 2019 All-Ireland victory.
# Talking Points
Lyng v Cahill tactics, Limerick's returning stars, and Fitzgibbon Cup headaches
Three talking points ahead of the weekend’s Allianz Hurling League action.
# Tipperary GAA
Cashel Community School show grit and guts to win first-ever Harty Cup
The first all-Tipperary final in 106 years of this competition, played out in front of 7,283 spectators, was decided by Éanna Ormond’s stoppage-time winner.
# when teammates collide
The Battle of Ballingarry: The clubmates turned managerial rivals
Liam Cahill and Willie Maher will be on opposite ends of the sideline for Tipperary v Laois, having grown up together in the same rural parish.
# Derby
The All-Tipperary Harty final: Thurles tradition against newcomers Cashel
A first all-Tipp final in 106 years features the county’s premier hurling school against first-time finalists, with All-Ireland winners on both sides and a Tipperary legend on the sideline
# Hard Luck
Cruciate blow for Tipperary football captain Sweeney
The All-Star attacker suffered the injury during a Division 3 loss to Down.
This year
# Report
Tipperary too strong for Clare as Liam Cahill secures first win in charge
The feelgood factor was helped by fine performances from Michael Breen, Gearóid O’Connor and Seán Ryan.
# New commute
Eoin Kelly's excitement for Waterford challenge and admiration for game-changer Shefflin
Eoin Kelly’s first game as Waterford selector comes against his native Tipperary tonight.
Last year
# join the queue
€10m Semple Stadium redevelopment project in ‘cold storage’
The €10m refurbishment of the Kinane Stand was granted planning permission in spring 2020.
# Paddy Christie
The Dub closing in on Longford senior job after 'having a shot' at Mayo coaching ticket
Paddy Christie has been recommended to take over as the new manager of the Longford footballers.
# Tipperary GAA
Collection planned at refixed Tipperary club game after passing of Dillon Quirke
There will be a collection at the game with all proceeds being donated to the Order of Malta.
# Tipperary GAA
Séamus Callanan: 'We will be there forever to support the people closest to him'
Séamus Callanan on the Tipperary club championship and his inter-county future.
# major loss
Tipp star Maher facing lengthy lay-off after leg break, Callanan 'flying it' since club return
Ronan Maher is facing up to 12 weeks on the sideline while Séamus Callanan suffered a hand injury this year.
# transition
Padraic Maher among Liam Cahill's selectors as he finalises Tipp backroom team
Declan Laffan and TJ Ryan will also join Cahill’s Premier setup.
# Tipperary GAA
Cahill: 'I want to be very clear that I received a phone call a short time after Colm Bonnar's exit'
The new Tipperary manager said he understands why people are angry about the handling of Bonnar’s departure.
# Not good enough
Colm Bonnar's club slams Tipperary GAA for 'totally unacceptable' handling of hurling job call
The Premier County made the decision last week after a disappointing season.
# New Man Up
Liam Cahill announced as new Tipperary senior hurling manager on three-year term
The appointment was expected after Cahill departed from his role in Waterford last week.
# carlow rising
Carlow win over Tipp not a shock, and support for a Tailteann Cup with no link to Sam Maguire
Former Carlow footballer Daniel St Ledger says that his county are embracing the opportunities involved with a second-tier competition.
# tippin' away
'There'll be times where I'll be cursing myself... But if it was pulled from me tomorrow, I know I’d miss it'
Mary Ryan’s love for camogie endures as she enters her 18th inter-county summer with Tipp.
# Champions
0-9 for O'Connor as Limerick edge out Tipperary to clinch Munster U20 hurling honours
The decider was contested at the Gaelic Grounds.
# Premier Problem
Huge blow for Tipperary as star forward McGrath ruled out for rest of the year
John McGrath has been sidelined with a ruptured Achilles tendon.
# Tipperary troubles
Padraic Maher: 'Whatever about gameplans, players can still go out and give their all. Try their best'
Pádraic Maher discusses watching his native Tipperary suffer back-to-back disappointing losses.
Big blow for Tipperary as Seamus Callanan suffers broken hand
Tipperary GAA announced the news in a statement on Sunday.
# Premier Power
Forde posts 0-11 as Tipperary edge out Laois in league opener
Colm Bonnar’s side, who have named Ronan Maher as their captain for 2022, won by four points in O’Moore Park.
# Sound Advice
'Do you want your girlfriend lifting you off the couch?' - The warning that forced Maher to retire
The three-time All-Ireland winner has been medically advised to step away from contact sport.
# Tipperary GAA
FBD Insurance secures naming rights deal for Semple Stadium
The historic ground will be known as ‘FBD Semple Stadium’ for the next five years.
# Setback
Connors set for lengthy lay-off following injury in Tipp hurlers' defeat to Kerry
The 25-year-old sustained a double ankle fracture in the second half of the Kingdom’s landmark win.
All time
# Time to say goodbye
Munster SFC winner retires from Tipperary after 12-year career
Brian Fox was a key player in the team that famously ended an 85-year-wait for provincial success last year.
# Ratified
Former senior men's boss Creedon takes charge of Tipp ladies
The West Cork native has been involved in underage ladies football in recent years after previous stints with the Tipp and Laois senior men’s teams.
# Premier Picks
All-Ireland-winning heroes included in Colm Bonnar's Tipp management team
Paul Curran and Tommy Dunne will be part of Colm Bonnar’s backroom team along with Johnny Enright.
# One of the greats
'A huge honour' - Three-time All-Ireland winner Brendan Maher retires from Tipperary
The Borris-Ileigh star steps away after 13 years of service to the Premier County.
Tipperary v Waterford, All-Ireland SHC quarter-final
The Déise edged out this thrilling affair in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
# Winner winner
Buckley stars with 0-10 as Cork crowned Munster U20 champions
The Rebels edged out a six-goal battle with Tipperary to win by 10 points.
# The kingdom
0-8 for O'Shea as Kerry end Tipp's reign as Munster champions
Peter Keane’s side will progress to the provincial decider where they will face Cork.
# Round-Up
Paddy Christie's Tipp book Munster semi-final spot while Waterford hit four goals to advance
There was plenty of drama in the U20 quarter-finals this evening.
# Get Your Tickets
3,000 fans permitted to attend Munster SHC semi-final between Clare and Tipp
Tickets for the crunch tie will be made available to the clubs of both counties tomorrow morning.
'That was really driving me mad' - how Munster champs Tipp turned their season around
David Power is this week’s guest on the How To Win At Dominoes podcast.
# Crossing Codes
Former hurling All-Ireland-winning captain Carr takes charge of Tipp ladies footballers
Colm Bonnar, who recently left his post as Carlow senior hurling manager, will take up an advisory position in Declan Carr’s backroom team.
Tipperary hurling great Theo English dies aged 90
English won five senior All-Ireland hurling titles with the Premier in the 1950s and 1960s.