Update Link Video Clare Gaa Twitter – Tipperary 2-16 Clare 3-21: Banner makes a dream start to the Munster Championship and Thurles’ victory over Premier County duo Returning Peter Duggan and Shane O’Donnell boosts Clare to a great success 3-21 to 2-16 over Tipperary at. Semple. Stadium, Thurles; First half goals from Ian Galvin, Duggan and Tony Kelly helped the Banner over the line
Clare are up and running in the Hurling Championship with a stunning 3-21 to 2-16 win over Tipperary.
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In what was widely considered a must-win tie for both teams, it was Banner who delivered in style.
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And defeat leaves Tipperary with a mountain to climb if they hope to progress from the Munster Championship, after back-to-back defeats in their opening two games.
Clare welcomed Peter Duggan and Shane O’Donnell to their first competitive games since 2019 and 2020 respectively, and the returning pair helped the Banner to a dream first half.
In the eighth minute, a good Clare team left Duggan in goal. Although Brian Hogan had the first shot at the 2018 All-Star, Ian Galvin was there to follow and complete the comeback.
The second green flag came 13 minutes later. Hogan again pulled off a save, this time denying John Conlon, but Duggan was quick on the break and smashed it into the net.
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Tipp were still licking their wounds when Clare got the upper hand. Brian McGrath, seconds after his start, was penalized by James Owens for holding Duggan under a high ball. Tony Kelly buried the ensuing penalty.
Tipp knew they needed to start early, and that’s exactly what happened. Just over a minute after the restart, Ger Browne was allowed to run more than 40 yards before firing the sliotar into the Clare net.
Clare kept them at bay, and looked to have regained control before Tipp were gifted another goal in the 49th minute. Barry Heffernan tried to send over the bar from long range, but came up short. However, Eibhear Quilligan misjudged the ball, which fell into the net, reducing the lead to nine.
However, since then the village has not been able to eat much of the deficit. Mark Kehoe denied a goal chance, but Clare had the class to see out the result.
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The nine-point win leaves the Banner in a good position, knowing they have home games against Limerick and Waterford, as well as a Semple Stadium date with Cork remaining in their Munster fixture.
Tipperary: Brian Hogan; Cathal Barrett (0-1), James Quigley, Craig Morgan; Dillon Quirke, Ronan Maher (0-2, 0-1f), Seamus Kennedy; Dan McCormack, Barry Heffernan; Jason Forde (0-6, 0-3f, 0-2 ’65, 0-1sl), Noel McGrath (0-1), Michael Breen (0-1); Jake Morris, Mark Kehoe (0-1), John McGrath.
: Ger Browne (1-3) for John McGrath (23), Brian McGrath for James Quigley (27), Conor Stakelum for Dan McCormack (ht), Gearoid O’Connor for Jake Morris (50), Alan Flynn for Barry Heffernan ( 65).
Clare: Bear Quilligan; Rory Hayes (0-1), Conor Cleary, Paul Flanagan; Diarmuid Ryan (0-1), John Conlon, David McInerney (0-1); Cathal Malone, Ryan Taylor (0-2); Peter Duggan (1-2), Tony Kelly (1-7, 0-5f, 1-0p), David Fitzgerald (0-1); Shane O’Donnell (0-1), Robyn Mounsey (0-2), Ian Galvin (1-2).
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: Patrick Crotty for Ian Galvin (50), Domhnall McMahon for David Fitzgerald (62), Shane Golden for Robyn Mounsey (70), Jason McCarthy for Shane O’Donnell (71), Jack Browne for Ryan Taylor (75). Tipperary player Shane McGrath believes Brian Lohan is creating an unstoppable spirit in Clare following their win over Cork at the FBD Insurance Semple Stadium yesterday.
Outsiders at the start of the Munster Championship, Lohan’s side are now in a strong position after a second successive win in Thurles.
Clare led by 11 points in a dramatic first half, Cork won the goal shootout to reduce the margin to six at the break. While the margin was just two at the end, Clare were in command throughout, Darragh Fitzgibbon’s late goal reducing a deep deficit in injury time.
Then, Lohan, in her third year in charge, became Clare’s supporters in front of her and shouted loudly. McGrath saw it as a symbol of the relationship between the supporters, managers and Clare players at this time.
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“He’s not an emotional guy on the outside. But he obviously has the respect of the players, who love him and who he is,” McGrath told the RTÉ GAA podcast.
“I just liked to see him going to that crowd, not saying much, but he knew they were behind him.
“He felt that all week in Clare coming into the game, when a lot of people felt they were outside the top three.
“They have a very good team behind the pitch. For the first time in a long time, you can look and see Tony Kelly, Peter Duggan and Shane O’Donnell all at the same time. Confidence. They give the whole team. a lot.
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“They went 0-02 to 0-01 down and in the next 25 minutes, they beat Cork 0-14 to 0-02. They have a lot of talent on the pitch now. It’s not all down to Tony. They can get the ball from five or six shooters.
McGrath was impressed with their response after Ian Galvin was sent off midway through the second half, with just four points between the teams.
“One thing for me is their growth. In the past, when a guy is sent off, the body language goes down. What happened yesterday? Clare scored the next three goals. They are better.
“Listening to the description, it felt like Clare had an extra man because they had Brian Lohan’s spirit. We talk about Brian Cody and ‘unbreakable spirit’ and I think that’s what Lohan is trying to get into that Clare. Unbreakable spirit’. Let’s get a man, let’s see how you do it.’ And you will be pleased with their response.”
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While McGrath believes Clare have sealed their promotion to Munster, he still reckons it will be third place, with Limerick and Waterford given the chance to challenge for the county title.
“I rated Clare from the start. Going to the games, two ‘away’ games – in commas inved – both in Thurles and two games at home. They only had to do two schedules. They knew their schedule in Ennis and He was the only one. To do a two-day schedule in Thurles, it was the same thing. .Everything was good for them.
Although they hit two weak spots in Munster, the confidence they will get from doing so is huge.
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“Do I think they’ll beat Limerick in Ennis? I don’t. I think it depends… Limerick might already have six points going into it so it depends on what they put in. But their bench is terrible. John Kiely has players who want to be in the team and guys coming back from injury, which they can use against Clare.
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On Friday, the school staged what appeared to be a normal assembly in the hall, with children in PE gear sitting on the floor.
To everyone’s surprise, the teacher on stage announced the arrival of GAA stars Tony Kelly, Caoimhe Lally, and Ellen Casey.
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When their names were read, the little children started shouting with joy, before turning to look at the back of the hall, where they were waiting for their heroes to appear.
Instead, the three entered the front of the room before climbing the stairs to the stage.
If the children’s actions alone are not interesting, the camera then zooms in on one boy, holding Clare’s sweater, trying to hide his disbelief.
After being posted on Twitter, the video quickly went viral, with fans quick to express their surprise at the incident.
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It also caused great pride in the region, with one tweeter praising: “You like this a lot. It’s good to see faith in our stars”
Regarding the behavior of the boy near the front of the room, one user admitted: “Maybe I would have the same response as the boy in the front to be fair”
The three who visited the school will be greatly encouraged by the response before everyone’s big program ahead.
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