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What a great day of sport for Tipperary people today Racing at the junction and of course the double header of football and hurling in Portlaoise.  You can keep up with all the action here on Tipp Mid...
Sports Capital funding totalling €1.215 million for 34 Tipperary groups was announced  by Minister of State at the Department of Sports Michael Ring. The Sports Capital Programme is the main channel of Government support for developing sports...
Munster and Ulster have been handed difficult draws for the inaugural European Rugby Champions Cup. Munster will play this season's Heineken Cup and English Premiership runners-up Saracens, French giants Clermont and Sale Sharks. Ulster also have an imposing task in a group containing...
Arising from concerns in relation to implementation of the Playing Rules of Hurling in respect of the taking of penalty pucks and free pucks from the 20 metres line, the Management Committee of the GAA will recommend Interpretation of...
There has been more good news for St Michael's today upon the announcement that Aherlow's Thomas Cooper Fahey has been called into the Republic of Ireland junior soccer squad.  The news comes soon after the club were crowned the FAI...
The South Tipperary Minor B hurling final which was played in Littleton on Thursday night between Killenaule and Ballybacon Grange  had to be abandoned due to unruly scenes towards the end of the game. Ballybacon Grange were...
Two young soccer players from County Tipperary are to travel to Switzerland to play in the Republic of Ireland team of children with Type 1 diabetes. This is the first time ever that a junior team...
It is being reported today that Independant TD Michael Lowry could soon be due a big pay-day after a horse he bred secured a juvenile title at the Curragh. The two year old, named...
€1 million has been secured for the redevelopment of Clonmel Greyhound Stadium following discussions with Bord na gCon. The re-development will include the construction of a new restaurant on site as well  as the upgrading and enhancing of the...
Tipperary hurling captain Eoin Kelly and Dublin footballer Bernard Brogan have been invited to the White House for the St. Patrick's Day celebrations. The two GAA players will join the dignitaries headed by Taoiseach Enda Kenny.  Traditionally the Taoiseach presents the American...
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