TIPP PLAYERS INJURED AT WEEKEND

From Ger Ryan, Tipperary County Board PRO
Paul Kelly accidentally suffered a broken leg when playing in his first game with Mullinahone since his transfer back from O’Loughlin Gaels against Ballybacon Grange in the South Senior Hurling Championship on Sunday evening last. Gearoid Ryan broke a finger playing for Templederry Kenyons against Roscrea in the North Senior Hurling Championship on Saturday evening last. We wish them both a speedy recovery.

ALLIANZ GAA HURLING NATIONAL LEAGUE

Tipperary will complete their hurling league campaign against Offaly in O’Connor Park Tullamore on Sunday, April 18th next at 2.30pm. While the game is of no consequence to either team, it will be the last competitive outing for both teams before their provincial championships commence. It will be the 37th league meeting between the Premier and Faithful counties. In the previous 36, Tipp emerged winners on 28 occasions, Offaly on 6 and there were 2 draws. Their last meeting in the league was on February 10th 2008 at Semple Stadium when Tipp won by 2-25 to 2-8. Eoin Kelly was Tipp’s top scorer with 1-9 while Pat Kerwick scored the other goal.

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