Tipperary camogie will be back on top with the likes of Cork and Kilkenny soon, according to their coach.
Following a period of dominance in the early 2000’s, the Premier lost finals in 2005 and 2006 to Cork – ending their winning streak.
They haven’t appeared in a final since.
Cork defeated Tipperary last weekend in the third game of this years’ All Ireland round robin series – having already dominated them earlier in the summer to win the Munster title.
They now face Offaly this weekend.
Aaron Whelahan – Tipp camogie coach – says the aim is to bring Tipp back to the glory days…