Tipperary out of Munster camogie championship following semi-final replay loss to Clare

Cáit Devane in action for Tipperary. Photo from Sportsfocus.ie.

Tipperary have suffered defeat in the Munster senior camogie championship.

Bill Mullaney’s side were beaten by Clare in their semi-final replay in the Gaelic Grounds on a final score of 1-11 to 0-10.

Cáit Devane had a penalty saved by Clare keeper Doireann Murphy in the first half and the Premier went in 0-07 to 0-06 down at half-time.

Clare’s Lorna McNamara broke through for a goal in the 41st minute which gave Clare the momentum to take the victory.

They take on Cork in the Munster final next weekend whilst Tipp begin their All-Ireland championship campaign in two weeks time where they will play Clare once again.