Eire Og Anacarty (@1.66) vs Upperchurch (@2.5)
11-09-2019

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Eire Og Anacarty will win

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Cathal Barrett (Holycross-Ballycahill); James Barry (Upperchurch-Drombane); Michael Breen (Ballina); Ger Browne (Knockavilla-Donaskeigh Kickhams); Robert Byrne (Portroe); Paddy Cadell (JK Brackens); Jerome Cahill (Kilruane MacDonaghs); Seamus Callanan (Drom & Inch); Willie Connors (Kiladangan); Cian Darcy (Kilruane MacDonaghs); Colin English (Fr. Sheehys); Alan Flynn (Kiladangan); Jason Forde (Silvermines); Tom Fox (ire g Annacarty-Donohill); Conor Hammersley (Clonoulty-Rossmore); Barry Heffernan (Nenagh ire g); Barry Hogan (Kiladangan); Brian Hogan (Lorrha-Dorrha); Mark Kehoe (Kilsheelan-Kilcash); Seamus Kennedy (St.

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With ten minutes to go Wexford got a third goal from Conor McDonald from close range after a pass from Lee Chin. Commentary on the game was provided by Darragh Maloney alongside Michael Duignan. Before the start of the match Samus Kennedy also came into the team in place of James Barry.[204]Tipperary playing into the Davin end in the first half scored a goal after 9 minutes when Niall OMeara handpassed out to Seamus Callanan who pulled on the ball from a tight angle on the right with the ball flying past Wexford goalkeeper Mark Fanning and going into the left corner of the net to put Tipperary into a 1-2 to 0-4 lead, it was his 34th championship goal for Tipperary.[205][206]Wexford scored their first goal after 25 minutes when Conor McDonald found the net when he caught a ball from the left before turning onto his right and firing the ball low to the right corner of the net past Brian Hogan who got a touch on the ball.[207]After 31 minutes a goal by John McGrath was ruled out after the referee went back and awarded a point to Wexford which Brian Hogan had not prevented going over the bar 27 seconds earlier.[208][209]Wexford had a 1-14 to 1-12 lead at half-time and five minutes into the second half Tipperary had gone a point in front on a 1-15 to 1-16 scoreline. Five minutes later John McGrath received a second yellow card for striking out at Damien Reck with the hurl. The match was televised live on RT2 as part of the Sunday Game presented by Joanne Cantwell from the Croke Park studio with analysis by Anthony Daly, Ken McGrath and Ursula Jacob. The match was also live on Sky Sports presented by Rachel Wyse and Brian Carney.[202]Tipperary won the game on a 1-28 to 3-20 scoreline in front of 61,852 in sunny conditions to qualify for the All-Ireland Final on 18 August.[203]The Tipperary team named for the match showed two changes from the Laois game with Barry Heffernan and Michael Breen starting in place of Alan Flynn. A Jake Morris goal in time added on was ruled out after the referee had blown for a free which was converted by Jason Forde to put Tipperary into a one point lead, a further point from a 65 from Jason Forde and a late point from the left by Jake Morris were enough for Tipperary to win by two points on a 1-28 to 3-20 scoreline. Tipperary played Wexford in Croke Park on 28 July in the All Ireland semi-final.[199][200][201]It was the first meeting between the sides in the All-Ireland semi-finals since Tipperary won by 3-12 to 0-10 in 2001. Tipperary outscored Wexford by 0-12 to 1-2 for the last twenty minutes of the match. Wexford got a second goal in the 50th minute when Lee Chin ran at the Tipperary defence before shooting low to the left corner of the net past the diving Brian Hogan to put Wexford into a 2-18 to 1-16 lead.[210]Seven minutes later the sides were level with Ger Browne getting a point to make the score 2-18 to 1-21, the fifth unanswered point from Tipperary.

ire g were lively, creative, hard-tackling and had outstanding individuals like Tom Fox and Conor OBrien to call on. Indeed, against Annacarty earlier this year Mullinahone were heavily reliant on Sen Curran and struggled to cope against ire g Annacarty. And, even though Mullinahones performance against Killenaule caught the eye ire g Annacarty appear the more accomplished outfit.

On the man of the match award shortlist were Ronan Maher, Noel McGrath and Barry Heffernan with Noel McGrath winning the award which was presented by GAA president John Horan at the post match Tipperary function at the Clayton Burlington Hotel in Dublin. Highlights of the final were shown on The Sunday Game programme which aired at 9:30pm that night on RT Two and was presented by Des Cahill with match analysis from Brendan Cummins, Cyril Farrell, Jackie Tyrell, Ursula Jacob, Graeme Mulcahy, Derek McGrath and Enda Rowland.

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Sarsfields beat Carrick Swan by forty points (5-32 to 0-7), Kilruane MacDonaghs by seven points (1-25 to 2-15) and Nenagh ire g by sixteen points (4-10 to 2-10) to win group three with something spare. Following their form during the group stage of the championship Thurles Sarsfields, the defending champions, are unbackable favourites (1/3) to win a fourth successive Dan Breen Cup. Sarsfields, of course, also recently collected the Mid Tipperary senior hurling title thanks to a single-point final victory of Upperchurch-Drombane.

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A closer inspection reveals that the chair actually belongs to our own John Heffernan and Conor ODonovan. Luckily both Conor and John are sound out and dont mind sharing their throne with mere mortals! In the above photograph we see two of Tipperarys finest, Johnny B and Paul Collins, however it appears that the two men are sitting in the wrong chair.

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