Weekend of mixed fortune for Tipperary GAA

It was a weekend of mixed fortunes on the GAA front for Tipperary with a decisive win for Tipp’s hurlers on Saturday but a heart breaking loss for the Camogie side yesterday.

The senior hurlers were in action on Saturday in their last challenge match before the National League opener

It was an easy game for the Premier County against Galway club champions Liam Mellows in Lorrha

Final score was 4 – 29 to 8 points

Speaking to Tipp FM, Padraic Maher says it spurs them on for the start of the League

In Camogie, there was disappointment following an eleventh hour loss to Wexford.

The Tipp side dominated the first half and led throughout the game, but a goal from Wexford on the stroke of full time gave them a one point victory.

It was Manager Bill Mullaney’s first competitive game in charge of the side. He expressed his disappointment at the result but said it was a good performance.

Speaking to Tipp FM he said they will be hoping for a win against Offaly next weekend