Tipperary’s Brendan Maher Announces Retirement From Inter-Country Hurling


Tipperary GAA County Board have announced that Brendan Maher from Borrisolieigh has retired from Inter County Hurling.

In a statement Brendan Maher said “After 13 years playing with Tipperary, I have decided that now is the right time to announce my retirement from inter-county hurling. It was a huge honour and privilege for me to wear the Tipperary jersey and I am very grateful to have played with so many top-class players and to have enjoyed many successes with them”.

Mr Maher thanked all who had helped him including the Tipperary County Board, Tipperary Supporters Club and Associations, Tipperary team sponsors and the GPA. He said he was proud to represent Tipperary supporters. Brendan will continue with his club Borrisoliehg but thanked all club m mentors for their support and help over the years. He also paid tribute to his finance Aoife and extended family. He wished the Tipp team the very best for 2022 and beyond.

Tipperary County Board thanked him for his commitment, dedication and selflessness during his distinguished career at both underage and adult level.

Brendan won 3 All Ireland’s with Tipperary captaining the team in 2016, three All Stars and a County Club Championship and Munster club championship medal in 2019.