Both Tipp clubs were in action in this weekend’s Ulster Bank League Division 2A.
The 2015 Annual GAA Congress concluded at the Slieve Russell Hotel in Cavan this evening.
Former Tipperary footballing All Star Brian Lacey says the Premier County are a stronger team than Fermanagh, but home advantage for the Northern side will count for a lot.
Today’s action is at Leopardstown as the count-down continues to the Cheltenham festival.
Both Tipp clubs are in action in this weekend’s Ulster Bank League Division 2A.
Nenagh Celtic were away to Dublin’s Vale View Shankhill in the sixth round of the FAI Junior Cup this afternoon.
There’s greyhound racing at the Thurles track this evening. The first race is off 8.02pm.
Tomorrow sees the Tipperary senior hurlers take on Waterford in a challenge match. Admission is €10 and all proceeds will go to the South Tipp GAA Centre.