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Ex-Tipp Hurler Believes Club And County Will Be Completely Separated

Former Tipperary hurler Kieran Bergin has given an explosive interview where he has criticised the way modern inter-county GAA players are being treated. Speaking to Karl O’Kane of the Irish Daily Star, the Killenaule man claimed that being a hurler for a top county means being “treated like a child.” Given the huge commitment required to make it at the top level, …

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Big News From Tipperary As Kieran Bergin Joins Up With Footballers 2 Weeks After Leaving Hurling Squad

The Tipperary senior footballers have received a big boost ahead of their 2017 championship campaign with news of an addition to their squad.  Kieran Bergin, who only announced his decision to walk away from the county’s senior hurling fold 16 days ago, has joined up with the Tipp footballers, according to the Irish Examiner. This news will no doubt send …

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Report: Kieran Bergin To Leave Tipperary Panel

After Sunday’s League final defeat to Galway in the Gaelic Grounds, Tipperary manager Michael Ryan has been dealt another blow as Kieran Bergin will leave the panel. Bergin, 31, will not remain in the squad approaching the Championship. The emergence of Michael Breen, Seamus Kennedy, and Ronan Maher in the midfield and half-back line led to limited chances in the …

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All Ireland Final: Kilkenny v Tipperary – Three Key Battles

There’s just two days to go until the biggest hurling game of the year; Tipperary vs Kilkenny in the All Ireland Final. Brian Barry looks at three key battles that could determine the outcome of Sunday’s game. 1. JJ Delaney v Séamus Callanan Callanan has arguably been the player of the championship thus far, as is testified by his 2-04 …

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