Tipperary GAA 2018


#141

No that’s his brothers


#142

I would have thought he would be totally against this type of thing. The only ones of note at this craic were Sheamy & Paudi.


#143

Tipperary team to play Cork this Saturday evening.


#144

Should be a good game. If we can get a foothold in MF with O Brien back and have Quinlivan play the full game we have a right chance.


#145

Interesting enough. Looking forward to seeing how Fox does, always rated him highly. The two boys in midfield will need to be put back into the backs at some stage I feel but no harm in trying it. Hopefully Ger Browne is up to it physically as he has serious pace


#146

Interesting team. Delighted Maher is over his injuries and gets a run in goals. He is our long term keeper in my opinion. I’d imagine the two wing backs are fighting for one spot in championship when Ronan will rejoin the HB line. I’d worry about that full back line on Sunday. I dont think Flynn is anyway near this level. Hamill isn’t hectic either but that is his best position.


#147

Bullseye.


#148

Are ye confident about tomorrow surely


#149

We’re not in the least bit bothered. Mick Ryan is looking at the league, like most managers, as glorified challenge matches to try out new players. Tipp have a few starters tomorrow that won’t even be on panel come championship


#150

Yea yea


#151

Are Clare going to war tomorrow bud?


#152

I’d be afraid to cross the Shannon tbh.


#153

I hope we preform. A performance will do me


#154

Tipp will mangle Clare today.


#155

Can you swim?


#156

I can. I’m like a salmon. A beautiful swimmer.


#157

Tipp Team v Waterford: P Maher Flynn Hamill OBrien ODwyer P Maher R Maher B Maher Barrett McCormack N McGrath Curran Breen Forde J McGrath

Just the four Mahers starting. Presumably Donagh and Bonner on bench


#158

Breen corner forward is a strange one


#159

Forde will come out and breen target man like second half last weekend


#160

Barret will be ruined by being played midfield. He’ll get notions and will never be satisfied with the role of man marking corner back again.