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Theo English - Playing Career - Inter-county
... In 1953 he won a Munster title at this grade before later winning an All-Ireland title following a victory over Warwickshire ... He captured a third league title in 1957 ... A score line of 4-9 to 2-5 gave Tipp the victory and gave English a first senior All-Ireland title ...
Johnny Walsh (hurler) - Playing Career - Inter-county
... Tipperary won the game by 7-8 to 0-2 giving Walsh his first Munster title ... Tipperary later played Kilkenny in the All-Ireland final to be played at what is now Croke Park ... scored all but one point of his team’s total as Walsh collected his first All-Ireland title ...
Larry Tompkins - Playing Career - Senior
... An O'Byrne Cup title in 1982 was the best that the county could muster ... nearest neighbours, Kerry, had won eleven of the last twelve Munster titles and had put Cork to the sword on most of those occasions ... Cork subsequently qualified for the All-Ireland final with Meath providing the opposition ...
Liam Sammon - Playing Career - Senior
... out to make history by winning a third consecutive All-Ireland title in succession ... Galway were looking for a third All-Ireland title in-a-row, while Meath were looking for their third All-Ireland title ever ... It was Sammon's first All-Ireland winners’ medal ...
History Of The All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship - 1989 To 1993 - The Big Three Redeem Themselves
... In 1989 Tipperary were still the best team in Munster and won a third provincial title ... the third time in as many years Tipp faced Galway in the All-Ireland series, however, on this occasion the men from the West were without their star player Tony Keady ... the opposition in the subsequent All-Ireland final ...

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