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Post by Cari on Sat 29 Sep 2012, 6:41 pm

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Minors Final from 1:15pm:

DUBLIN - C Mac Gabhann; E Lowndes, C O'Callaghan, S Barrett; E O'Donnell, R Murphy, S McClelland; C Costello, C Cronin; C McHugh, C Boland, D Gormley; C Conway, O O'Rorke, P Winters.

REF: Alan Kelly - Galway

TIPPERARY - P Maher; R Maher, M Breen, J Peters; T Fox, T Hamill, B Heffernan; B Maher, S Cahill; J McGrath, D Fitzell, S Maher; T Gallagher, J Shelly, M McCarthy.

Seniors Final from 3:30pm

GALWAY - J Skehill; J Coen, K Hynes, F Moore; N Donoghue, T Regan, D Collins; I Tannian, A Smith, D Burke, N Burke, C Donnellan; D Hayes, J Canning, J Regan.

REF: James McGrath - Westmeath


KILKENNY
- D Herity; P Murphy, JJ Delaney, J Tyrell; T Walsh, B Hogan, K Joyce; M Fennelly, R Hogan; C Buckley, R Power, E Larkin (capt); TJ Reid, W Walsh, H Shefflin.

Tomorrow will be more like Goundhog Day for the four teams playing. All teams will be hoping to make Sunday the definitive final, and take the cup back to their county. In the minors, the teams finished level at the end of a high quality contest three weeks ago, with two late Paul Winters frees for Dublin bringing them back into the game. Tipperary's last title at the grade came in 2007 when they defeated Galway, while Dublin have to go all the way back to 1965 for their last triumph - a gap of 47 years.

For the seniors, things get a bit more intense - could it be third time lucky for Galway, having defeated Kilkenny once already this season? Not if King Henry has anything to do with it. His county will be chasing a special place in history. If they win, Henry Shefflin will win his ninth All-Ireland medal, and would become the first man in either Gaelic football or hurling to do so on the field of play. Galway certainly won't make it easy for them if they can help it though. They'll be looking for their first win in a hurling final since 1988. Expect a tough and exciting encounter tomorrow. Hopefully it will end though...no more replays!


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Post by Cari on Sun 30 Sep 2012, 4:35 pm

Uh-oh, NOW it's over - Galway player sent off on a red.

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Post by bluemoda on Sun 30 Sep 2012, 4:36 pm

Difficult for a team to play 16 men. Fck all wrong with Galway's goal. So, so typical of referees with KK.

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Post by Cari on Sun 30 Sep 2012, 5:01 pm

Gutted for Galway. They could've won that. Crying or Very sad

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Post by Cari on Sun 30 Sep 2012, 5:02 pm

FT 3-22 to 3-11.

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