|Dear Tipperary Supporter
ONE DAY LEFT TO VOTE FOR JOHN MCGRATH AS UNDER 21 SCORE OF THE YEAR
Fans of the Bord Gáis Energy Under 21 Championship can still have their say by voting for the Bord Gáis Energy Score of the Year. Clips of the ten best scores from televised matches (including the Bord Gáis Energy All-Ireland GAA U-21 Hurling ‘B’ final) are available to view on http://myt.r.mailjet.com/redirect/hybpt8dq3g9wnjy8vw4f7p/www.breakingthrough.ie/ . Fans can vote for their favourite score via Facebook, Twitter or Instragram. Voting will close at midnight Friday, 11th October. You can vote for John McGrath’s brilliant point from his knees v Cork in the Munster Semi-Final. For the full story and links go to http://myt.r.mailjet.com/redirect/yt58tt6vmjzj54qofs8dgo/www.gaa.ie/gaa-news-and-videos/daily-news/1/0910131016-bord-gais-energy-announce-u21-hurling-team-of-the-year/ . Thanks to those who pointed out the error in the previous Newsletter and apologies for any confusion caused.
Tipperary Ladies Footballer gets All Star nomination
Congratulations also to Bansha native Mairead Morrissey has been nominated for an All Star Ladies Football award. The Brian Borus player is the only Tipperary player to be included in the nominations.
Cork and Monaghan dominate with 11 nominees with Kerry nominated for 6, Mayo 5 nominees with Galway, Dublin and Cavan receiving 3 each along with 1 each from Tipperary, Fermanagh and Armagh.
Morrissey is delighted with her nomination but says that Tipperary Ladies Football is a group effort. From www.tippfm.com
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Ar aghaidh le Tiobraid Árann.
Public Relations Officer
Tipperary Supporters Club