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Tipperary county football team

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tipperary
TIPP-GAA-CREST.png
Sport:Football
Irish:Tiobraid Árann
Nickname(s):The Premier County
County board:Tipperary GAA
Manager:David Power
Captain:Conor Sweeney
Home venue(s):Semple Stadium, Thurles
Recent competitive record
Current All-Ireland status:All-Ireland (SF) in 2020
Last championship title:1920
Current NFL Division:3 (5th in 2020)
Last league title:None
First colours
Second colours
Current season

The Tipperary county football team represents Tipperary in men's Gaelic football and is governed by Tipperary GAA, the county board of the Gaelic Athletic Association. The team competes in the three major annual inter-county competitions; the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, the Munster Senior Football Championship and the National Football League.

Tipperary's home ground is Semple Stadium, Thurles. The team's manager is David Power.

Tipperary was the second Munster county to win an All-Ireland Senior Football Championship (SFC), as well as to appear in the final, following Limerick. The team last won the Munster Senior Championship in 2020, the All-Ireland Senior Championship in 1920 and has never won the National League.[1]

History

Tipperary has won the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship (SFC) on four occasions - in 1889, 1895, 1900 and 1920. Munster Senior Football Championships also followed in 1922 and 1935 but seven provincial final defeats spanning 85 years followed those until winning against Cork in the 2020 Munster Senior Football Championship Final.[2]

As the football championship is contested by a much larger number of teams than in hurling, success is hard won because of the high standard attained by many counties. For details on football history, see here.

Kearns era: 2015–2019

In November 2015, Liam Kearns of Austin Stacks (Kerry) was appointed manager, with under-21, minor and junior manager Tommy Toomey as selector and Kearns's other selectors were Paul Fitzgerald of Fethard (Tipperary) and Shane Stapleton of Golden-Kilfeacle (Tipperary).[3]

In the 2016 All-Ireland SFC, the county reached the semi-final for the first time since 1935.[4] Michael Quinlivan scored an early goal against Galway in the quarter-final victory.[5] Conor Sweeney scored two more goals for Tipperary in that game.[6]

But the following three seasons brought only two championship wins, against Waterford and Cavan,[5] the former in 2017 and the latter in 2018. The 2017 Munster Senior Football Championship semi-final was lost to a last-minute goal conceded to opponents Cork.[5]

Tippeary achieved promotion to Division 2 in 2017, sealed late on in the concluding game against Armagh with the completion of by a second-half hat-trick from Michael Quinlivan.[5][7]

The team was relegated to Division 3 in 2019.[5] Exit from the 2019 Munster Senior Football Championship swiftly followed, the defeat to Limerick that county's first championship victory in seven years.[5] An All-Ireland SFC qualifier defeat to Down in Newry ended Tipperary's season and Kearns's time as manager.[5] It was the first year since 2013 that Tipperary did not win a single championship match.[5]

Power era: 2019–

In September 2019, David Power was named as the new manager of the Tipperary senior team on a two-year term.[8][9]

On 22 November 2020, Tipperary won the 2020 Munster Senior Football Championship after a 0-17 to 0-14 win against Cork in the final. It was Tipperary's first Munster title in 85 years.[10][11][12][13][14][15] This achievement was all the more noteworthy as Tipperary had won only four league games in their previous two campaigns.[5]

On 6 December 2020, Tipperary played there second All-Ireland semi-final in four years and again faced Mayo. In foggy conditions and losing by 16 points at half-time they eventually lost the game by 5-20 to 3-13. [16][17][18][19]

Support

Friends of Tipperary Football was established in 1993.[20] It organises fundarsing events and provides support for football in a county where hurling traditionally dominates.[21] It has an officer board and executive committee.[22]

Crest and colours

The Tipperary players wore a white and green commemorative jersey for the 2020 Munster Senior Football Championship final - a replica of the jersey colours worn by the Tipperary team which was attacked on Bloody Sunday of 1920.[23] At that time the county wore the colours of its county champions, not having an official jersey. The then county champions Fethard wore blue and white but Grangemockler's white and green was worn instead.[24]

Current squad

Team as per Tipperary vs Mayo in the 2020 All-Ireland SFC semi-final, 6 December 2020

No. Player Position Club
1 Evan Comerford Goalkeeper Kilsheelan-Kilcash
2 Alan Campbell Right Corner Back Moyle Rovers
3 Jimmy Feehan Full Back Killenaule
4 Colm O'Shaughnessy Left Corner Back Ardfinnan
5 Bill Maher Right Half Back Kilsheelan-Kilcash
6 Kevin Fahey Centre Back Clonmel Commercials
7 Robbie KielyINJ[25] Left Half Back Barryroe
8 Steven O'Brien Midfield Ballina
9 Liam Casey Midfield Cahir
10 Colin O'RiordanWD[26] Right Half Forward J. K. Bracken's
11 Michael Quinlivan Centre Forward Clonmel Commercials
12 Conal Kennedy Left Half Forward Clonmel Commercials
13 Brian Fox Right Corner Forward Éire Óg, Annacarty
14 Conor Sweeney (c) Full Forward Ballyporeen
15 Colman Kennedy Left Corner Forward Clonmel Commercials
No. Player Position Club
16 Michael O'Reilly Substitute Clonmel Commercials
17 Tadhg Fitzgerald Substitute Moyle Rovers
18 Dáire Brennan Substitute Kilsheelan-Kilcash
19 Emmett Moloney Substitute Drom-Inch
20 Pádraic Looram Substitute Clonmel Commercials
21 Paudie Feehan Substitute Killenaule
22 Jack Kennedy Substitute Clonmel Commercials
23 Philip AustinRET Substitute Borrisokane
24 Jason Lonergan Substitute Clonmel Commercials
25 Mark Stokes Substitute Kilsheelan-Kilcash
26 Liam Boland Substitute Moyle Rovers

RET Player has since retired from the county team.
INJ Player has had an injury which has affected recent involvement with the county team.
WD Player has since withdrawn from the county team due to a non-injury issue.

Recent call-ups

Manager David Power named a 36-man squad ahead of the 2021 National Football League.[27] Those not listed above are included below.

The following players have also been called up to the Tipperary panel.

Pos. Player Club Latest call-up
? Conor Bowe Moyne Templetuohy
? Conor O'Sullivan Galtee Rovers
? Conor Ryan Loughmore-Castleiney
? Greg Henry Killenaule
? Jack Harney Moyle Rovers
? Kuba Beban J. K. Bracken's
? Liam Ryan Clonmel Commercials
? Paddy Creedon Thurles Sarsfields
FW Philly Ryan St Brigid's
? Riain Quigley Moyle Rovers
? Sean O'Connor Clonmel Commercials
? Shane Foley Moyle Rovers
? Shane O'Connell Golden-Kilfeacle
DF Robbie KielyINJ[28] Barryroe v. Mayo
Colours of Mayo.svg
, 6 December 2020, All-Ireland Championship Semi-Final
FW Philip AustinRET Borrisokane v. Mayo
Colours of Mayo.svg
, 6 December 2020, All-Ireland Championship Semi-Final
FW Colin O'RiordanWD[29] J. K. Bracken's v. Mayo
Colours of Mayo.svg
, 6 December 2020, All-Ireland Championship Semi-Final

Current management team

Managerial history

This is an incomplete list of Tipperary county football team managers (senior).

Name Club From To National titles Munster titles
Johnny Mulvihill Listowel Emmets (Kerry) 1985 1990
Mickey Niblock Clonmel Commercials 1990 1991
Seamus McCarthy Galtee Rovers 1991 1996
Paddy Morrissey Galtee Rovers 1996 1997
Colm Browne Portlaoise (Laois) 1997 1999
Colm O'Flaherty Cahir 1999 2000
Tom McGlinchey Newport 2000 2003
Andy Shorthall Annanough (Laois) 2003 2004
Seamus McCarthy Galtee Rovers 2004 2006 2005 (Tommy Murphy cup)
John Owens Moyle Rovers 2006 2007
John Evans Laune Rangers (Kerry) 2007[31] 2012[32] 2009 (NFL Division 3)
Peter Creedon Carbery Rangers (Cork) 2012[33] 2015[34] 2014 (NFL Division 4)
Liam Kearns Austin Stacks (Kerry) 2015[3] 2019[35] 2017 (NFL Division 3)
David Power 2019 2020

Players

Notable players

Notable players include:

Records

Most appearances

  • The following are among those to have made the highest number of appearances for the senior team:
# Name Career Apps
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Top scorers

All Stars

All Star winners
Awards Players
2
Declan Browne
1 Michael Quinlivan
Conor Sweeney

Team sponsorship

Since 1991 the following companies have sponsored all of the Tipperary county football teams.

Honours

References

  1. ^ "Premier ambitions - football finding its feet in hurling country once again". RTE Sport. 3 December 2020. Retrieved 3 December 2020.
  2. ^ "Premier ambitions - football finding its feet in hurling country once again". RTÉ. 2 December 2020.
  3. ^ a b Liam Kearns appointed Tipperary football manager RTÉ Sport
  4. ^ Premier Rewind: Putting Tipp football back on the map Tipp FM
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i Crowe, Dermot (6 December 2020). "For the love of club, county and football - why Tipperary's star forward came home". Sunday Independent.
  6. ^ All Ireland SFC Q-F: Terrific Tipperary triumph
  7. ^ Michael Quinlivan heroics against Armagh sees Tipperary promoted Irish Examiner
  8. ^ "Power named as new Tipperary football boss". RTÉ Sport. 24 September 2019. Retrieved 25 September 2019.
  9. ^ "2011 All-Ireland minor winning manager takes over Tipp senior footballers". The 42. 24 September 2019. Retrieved 25 September 2019.
  10. ^ "Tipperary end 85-year wait for Munster senior football glory with famous win over Cork". The 42. 22 November 2020. Retrieved 24 November 2020.
  11. ^ "Tipperary end 85-year wait to win Munster crown". RTE Sport. 22 November 2020. Retrieved 24 November 2020.
  12. ^ "It's a long way to Tipperary glory, a long way to go". RTE Sport. 23 November 2020. Retrieved 24 November 2020.
  13. ^ "Munster SFC final: terrific Tipp bridge 85-year gap". Hogan Stand. 22 November 2020. Retrieved 24 November 2020.
  14. ^ "Stars align as heroic Tipperary shock Cork for first Munster SFC title in 85 years". Irish Examiner. 22 November 2020. Retrieved 24 November 2020.
  15. ^ "Every kind of wind imaginable was against Tipperary football - and they came through". Irish Times. 23 November 2020. Retrieved 24 November 2020.
  16. ^ "All-Ireland SFC semi-final: Mayo 5-20 Tipperary 3-13 (FT)". Irish Times. 6 December 2020. Retrieved 15 December 2020.
  17. ^ "MAYO 5-20 TIPPERARY 3-13". GAA.ie. 6 December 2020. Retrieved 15 December 2020.
  18. ^ "All-Ireland semi-final recap: Mayo 5-20 Tipperary 3-13". RTE Sport. 6 December 2020. Retrieved 15 December 2020.
  19. ^ "Mayo 5-20 Tipperary 3-13: as it happened". The 42. 6 December 2020. Retrieved 15 December 2020.
  20. ^ "It's a long way to Tipperary glory, a long way to go". RTÉ Sport. 23 November 2020.
  21. ^ "Friends of Tipperary". New Ross Standard. 22 January 2000.
  22. ^ "Friends of Tipperary Football". Tipperary GAA. Retrieved 2 February 2021.
  23. ^ "Tipperary's replica Munster SFC final jersey was a 'one-off'". Hogan Stand. 24 November 2020.
  24. ^ "Tipperary footballers back in blue and gold for All-Ireland semi-final against Mayo". RTÉ. 25 November 2020.
  25. ^ "Tipp's Kiely suffers season ending injury". Hogan Stand. 17 May 2021.
  26. ^ "Colin O'Riordan flew back to Sydney yesterday after a memorable stay at home in Tipperary". Irish Examiner. 30 December 2020.
  27. ^ "Munster football champions bolster attacking options as Dublin All-Ireland winner joins squad". Hogan Stand. 10 May 2021.
  28. ^ "Tipp's Kiely suffers season ending injury". Hogan Stand. 17 May 2021.
  29. ^ "Colin O'Riordan flew back to Sydney yesterday after a memorable stay at home in Tipperary". Irish Examiner. 30 December 2020.
  30. ^ "Declan Browne joins Tipp management team as forwards coach". RTÉ. 7 January 2021.
  31. ^ Evans ratified as new Tipperary football manager Irish Independent
  32. ^ John Evans resigns as Tipperary senior football manager RTÉ Sport
  33. ^ Creedon appointed Tipp senior football manager Irish Examiner
  34. ^ Peter Creedon resigns after Tyrone blow away Tipperary The Irish Times
  35. ^ Tipperary Manager Liam Kearns Resigns Following Defeat To Down Pundit Arena
  36. ^ "Philip Austin calls time on Tipperary career after 15 years". Irish Independent. 23 April 2021.
  37. ^ "Austin announces Tipp retirement". Hogan Stand. 23 April 2021.
  38. ^ "Tipp stalwart Austin calls time on inter-county days". RTÉ. 23 April 2021.
  39. ^ "Bloody Sunday 90th anniversary commemorated". South Tipp Today. 1 December 2010. Archived from the original on 17 February 2013. Retrieved 4 July 2012.
  40. ^ a b Declan Browne: 'I've no problem saying it, we all cried, I cried myself in the Hogan Stand' The42.ie
  41. ^ Tyrone seal dramatic Under-21 triumph RTÉ Sport
  42. ^ Tipp win Murphy Cup Hogan Stand
  43. ^ a b Munster MFC final: Tipp comeback downs Kingdom Hogan Stand
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