Munster Final

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Tony Brennan - Playing Career - Inter-county
... He won a Munster title in this grade in 1931, however, his side were later defeated in the All-Ireland semi-final ... Two years later in 1933 Brennan added a second Munster minor medal to his collection ... The subsequent All-Ireland final saw Tipp defeat Galway by 4-6 to 2-3 giving Brennan a coveted All-Ireland medal ...
Ciarán Carey - Playing Career - Club
... out in his first senior county championship final as goalkeeper ... county in the provincial series of games and even reached the final ... Sion club provided the opposition, however, Patrickswell won by 3-13 to 2-13 and Carey added a Munster club winners' medal to his collection ...
Seán Herbert - Playing Career - Inter-county
... in 1944 Herbert lined out in his first Munster final ... In 1945 Herbert played in his second Munster final ... defeated All-Ireland champions Tipperary in the Munster semi-final and looked a good bet to take the title ...
Cork–Tipperary Hurling Rivalry - Notable Moments
... was that Tipperary had to withdraw from the 1941 Munster Championship, because of the foot and mouth epidemic ... Cork won the All Ireland title in September but when the Munster final was subsequently played, Tipperary beat the Leesiders in Limerick on October ... the beginning of a decade-and-a-half of classic Munster Championship clashes between these two sides ...
Seán Stack - Playing Career - Inter-county
... He captained the side in 1971 as he lined out in the Munster minor final against Cork ... He lined out in the Munster final in that grade in 1972, however, Tipperary won by a single goal ... years later in 1974 Stack was back in a second under-21 provincial final ...

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