Tipperary GAA 2018


#161

I didn’t see the game last weekend


#162

Didn’t do Michael Cahill any harm


#163

hey harry, are tipp much stronger at big ball this year? aside from the obvious boost of O’Brien back did they pick up some other lad from de hurling panel? Meagher?

Ian Fahy making the squad these times? He was a damn fine minor midfielder good few years back


#164


#165

What was the view on Cathal Barrett last Sunday ??


#166

John Meagher a fine player at both codes but he seems to have more injuries than a small hospital over the years. Pity - would have made a grand backman in the hurling


#167

Went well. Wouldn’t be entirely surprised if he ends up there for the year, as aside from Brendan, there’s feckall options


#168

Kevin Hanly, great young lad & Tipperary GAA supporter. :clap::clap::clap:


#169

Did some work with Kevin a few years back. Inspirational young lad


#170


#171

Kevin’s trying a wee bit hard there


#172

You think?


#173

I do.


#174

Not cool, bro.


#175

@carryharry knows I love tip we got a groovy kind of love cc @caulifloweredneanderthal


#176

Tipp are no animals. They are gone as soft as fuck. The minute it is put up to them nowadays they run. A long way from Hell’s kitchen


#177

Alternative headline could read. Fit healthy young man couldn’t be arsed getting a job.


#178

What if it was a junior soccer player from Ballyfermot who said the same thing? He’d be castigated by the squeezed middle class.


#179

Didn’t work out well for Richie Hogan when he took a similar approach. Ronan had four years of chilling out in Mary I. I think GAA lads need the aul day job to keep their mind off things. His brother (who spent significant periods of time unemployed) once said the same thing to myself actually.


#180

What did kiely take time off for to get out of 1B cc @caulifloweredneanderthal @carryharry