• Michael Quinlivan
    Michael was born on February 15th 1993 and plays for the Clonmel Commercials club.
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Michael was born on February 15th 1993 and plays for the Clonmel Commercials club.

Michael won Munster and All-Ireland Minor Football medals with Tipperary in 2011. Michael played with the Tipperary Under 21 Footballers from 2012 through 2014 and made his Allianz Football League debut against Roscommon in February 2012. Michael made his Senior Football Championship debut v Kerry in May 2012 lining out at full-forward. Michael won the RTE man of the match award for his performance versus Galway in the 2016 All-Ireland Quarter-Final, scoring 1-4.

Michael won a Sigerson Cup medal with University College Cork in 2014, scoring a point in the final. Michael has won two County Senior Football Championship medals with Clonmel Commercials in 2012 and 2015 as well as a Munster Club Senior Football medal in 2015, scoring the winning goal in the final.

Michael won the GAA-GPA Opel Footballer of the Month in July 2016 for his performances against Kerry, Derry and Galway. Michael was nominated for an All-Star award in 2016.

Position: Forward

Championship Debut: 2012 v Kerry

No. of Appearances: 20

Scored: 6-53

Michael was born on February 15th 1993 and plays for the Clonmel Commercials club.

Michael won Munster and All-Ireland Minor Football medals with Tipperary in 2011. Michael played with the Tipperary Under 21 Footballers from 2012 through 2014 and made his Allianz Football League debut against Roscommon in February 2012. Michael made his Senior Football Championship debut v Kerry in May 2012 lining out at full-forward. Michael won the RTE man of the match award for his performance versus Galway in the 2016 All-Ireland Quarter-Final, scoring 1-4.

Michael won a Sigerson Cup medal with University College Cork in 2014, scoring a point in the final. Michael has won two County Senior Football Championship medals with Clonmel Commercials in 2012 and 2015 as well as a Munster Club Senior Football medal in 2015, scoring the winning goal in the final.

Michael won the GAA-GPA Opel Footballer of the Month in July 2016 for his performances against Kerry, Derry and Galway. Michael was nominated for an All-Star award in 2016.

Championship Debut: 2012 v Kerry

No. of Appearances: 20

Scored: 6-53

  • Peter Acheson
    Peter was born on March 15th 1990 and plays for the Moyle Rovers club.
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Peter was born on March 15th 1990 and plays for the Moyle Rovers club.

Peter represented Tipperary at the following grades – Minor Hurling (2007, 2008), Minor Football (2007, 2008), Under 21 Football (2009, 2010, 2011). Peter made his Senior competitive debut for Tipperary against UL in the 2010 McGrath Cup. Peter made his National Football League debut as a substitute against Laois in February 2010. Peter won a Munster Under 21 Football medal in 2010, winning the man of the match award in the final against Kerry.

Peter will captain the Tipperary Senior Footballers in 2016.

Height: 6ft

Honours: Munster and All-Ireland Minor Hurling medal 2007, Munster Under 21 Football medal 2010, All-Ireland Under 16 Hurling medal, 2 County Senior Football medals, 5 South Senior Football medals, 3 County Under 21 Football medals, Minor Football medal 2008 (as captain), NFL Div 4 title 2014.

Joined the Tipperary panel: 2008
Best position: Centre Forward / Midfield
Favourite Music: Macklemore
Favourite Food: Steak & Chips
Your hopes for the future of Tipperary Football: Munster champions in the next few years
Former player to impress you most and why: Declan Browne – professional attitude
Favourite ground to play football matches: Semple Stadium Thurles

Position: Forward

Championship Debut: 2010 v Kerry

No. of Appearances: 26

Scored: 2-26

Peter was born on March 15th 1990 and plays for the Moyle Rovers club.

Peter represented Tipperary at the following grades – Minor Hurling (2007, 2008), Minor Football (2007, 2008), Under 21 Football (2009, 2010, 2011). Peter made his Senior competitive debut for Tipperary against UL in the 2010 McGrath Cup. Peter made his National Football League debut as a substitute against Laois in February 2010. Peter won a Munster Under 21 Football medal in 2010, winning the man of the match award in the final against Kerry.

Peter will captain the Tipperary Senior Footballers in 2016.

Height: 6ft

Honours: Munster and All-Ireland Minor Hurling medal 2007, Munster Under 21 Football medal 2010, All-Ireland Under 16 Hurling medal, 2 County Senior Football medals, 5 South Senior Football medals, 3 County Under 21 Football medals, Minor Football medal 2008 (as captain), NFL Div 4 title 2014.

Joined the Tipperary panel: 2008
Best position: Centre Forward / Midfield
Favourite Music: Macklemore
Favourite Food: Steak & Chips
Your hopes for the future of Tipperary Football: Munster champions in the next few years
Former player to impress you most and why: Declan Browne – professional attitude
Favourite ground to play football matches: Semple Stadium Thurles

Championship Debut: 2010 v Kerry

No. of Appearances: 26

Scored: 2-26

  • Alan Campbell
    Alan was born on October 9th 1991 and plays for the Moyle Rovers club.
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Alan was born on October 9th 1991 and plays for the Moyle Rovers club.

Height: 6’2

Honours won: Club Minor and Under 21 County Championship, Senior South Championship, NFL Div 4 title 2014

Joined the Tipperary panel: 2012
Best position: Wing Back
Favourite Music: Celtic Symphony
Favourite Food: Lyon’s
Your hopes for the future of Tipperary Football: Senior Munster Championship
Former player to impress you most and why?: Declan Browne, great role model for footballers in the county
Favourite ground to play football matches: Semple Stadium



Alan was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Football panel in 2012 and he graduated to the Senior panel the same season. Alan played for Munster in the 2016 Interprovincial Football competition.

Position: Forward

Championship Debut: 2012 v Kerry

No. of Appearances: 19

Scored: 0-1

Alan was born on October 9th 1991 and plays for the Moyle Rovers club.

Height: 6’2

Honours won: Club Minor and Under 21 County Championship, Senior South Championship, NFL Div 4 title 2014

Joined the Tipperary panel: 2012
Best position: Wing Back
Favourite Music: Celtic Symphony
Favourite Food: Lyon’s
Your hopes for the future of Tipperary Football: Senior Munster Championship
Former player to impress you most and why?: Declan Browne, great role model for footballers in the county
Favourite ground to play football matches: Semple Stadium



Alan was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Football panel in 2012 and he graduated to the Senior panel the same season. Alan played for Munster in the 2016 Interprovincial Football competition.

Championship Debut: 2012 v Kerry

No. of Appearances: 19

Scored: 0-1

  • Evan Comerford
    Evan was born on July 18th 1994 and plays for the Kilsheelan-Kilcash club and is 6ft 4” tall.
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Evan was born on July 18th 1994 and plays for the Kilsheelan-Kilcash club and is 6ft 4” tall.

Evan played with the Tipperary Minor Footballers in 2011 and 2012, winning Munster and All-Ireland honours in 2011 and a Munster medal in 2012. Evan also played with the Tipperary Under 21 Footballers in 2012, 2013 and 2015, winning a Munster Under 21 medal in 2015.

Evan made his National League debut in goal in February 2015 versus Armagh and made his Championship debut in May 2015 v Waterford. Evan was nominated for an All-Star award in 2016. Evan played for Munster in the 2016 Interprovincial Football competition.

Position: Forward

Championship Debut: 2015 v Waterford

No. of Appearances: 10

Scored: 0-0

Evan was born on July 18th 1994 and plays for the Kilsheelan-Kilcash club and is 6ft 4” tall.

Evan played with the Tipperary Minor Footballers in 2011 and 2012, winning Munster and All-Ireland honours in 2011 and a Munster medal in 2012. Evan also played with the Tipperary Under 21 Footballers in 2012, 2013 and 2015, winning a Munster Under 21 medal in 2015.

Evan made his National League debut in goal in February 2015 versus Armagh and made his Championship debut in May 2015 v Waterford. Evan was nominated for an All-Star award in 2016. Evan played for Munster in the 2016 Interprovincial Football competition.

Championship Debut: 2015 v Waterford

No. of Appearances: 10

Scored: 0-0

  • Ian Fahey
    Ian was born on June 29th 1994 and is a member of the Clonmel Commercials club.
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Ian was part of the Tipperary Minor Football panel in 2011 and 2012, winning Munster medals in both years and an All-Ireland Minor Football medal in 2011. Ian was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Football panel in 2013, 2014 and 2015, winning a Munster Under 21 medal in 2015 while winning man of the match in the Munster Final. Ian won Senior County Football Championship honours with Clonmel Commercials in 2012 and 2015 and a Munster Club Senior Football medal in 2015.

Position: Forward

Championship Debut: 2013 vs. Kerry

No. of Appearances: 10

Scored: 0-0

Ian was part of the Tipperary Minor Football panel in 2011 and 2012, winning Munster medals in both years and an All-Ireland Minor Football medal in 2011. Ian was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Football panel in 2013, 2014 and 2015, winning a Munster Under 21 medal in 2015 while winning man of the match in the Munster Final. Ian won Senior County Football Championship honours with Clonmel Commercials in 2012 and 2015 and a Munster Club Senior Football medal in 2015.

Championship Debut: 2013 vs. Kerry

No. of Appearances: 10

Scored: 0-0

  • Ciaran Kenrick
    Ciaran plays for the Moyle Rovers club.
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Ciaran was born on November 22nd 1989 and plays for the Moyle Rovers club.

Ciaran is a goalkeeper and was part of the 2011 Tipperary Senior Football panel before making his Championship debut as a blood sub versus Waterford in May 2015. Ciaran played for Munster in the 2016 Interprovincial Football competition.

Position: Forward

Championship Debut: 2015 v Waterford

No. of Appearances: 1

Scored: 0-0

Ciaran was born on November 22nd 1989 and plays for the Moyle Rovers club.

Ciaran is a goalkeeper and was part of the 2011 Tipperary Senior Football panel before making his Championship debut as a blood sub versus Waterford in May 2015. Ciaran played for Munster in the 2016 Interprovincial Football competition.

Championship Debut: 2015 v Waterford

No. of Appearances: 1

Scored: 0-0

  • Robbie Kiely
    Robbie was born on December 16th 1990 and plays for Carbery Rangers, Cork (formally Arravale Rovers)
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Robbie was born on December 16th 1990 and plays for Carbery Rangers, Cork (formally Arravale Rovers)

Date of Birth: 16/12/1990
Height: 5ft 10in
Joined the Tipperary panel: 2011
Honours: Munster Under 21 Football medai 2010

Best position: Centre Back
Favourite Music: Macklemore
Favourite Food: Pasta
Your hopes for the future of Tipperary Football: Win Munster Senior Football title
Former player to impress you most and why: Johnny Magee – solid centre-back
Favourite ground to play football matches: Semple Stadium Thurles

Position: Forward

Championship Debut: 2011 v Laois

No. of Appearances: 21

Scored: 1-3

Robbie was born on December 16th 1990 and plays for Carbery Rangers, Cork (formally Arravale Rovers)

Date of Birth: 16/12/1990
Height: 5ft 10in
Joined the Tipperary panel: 2011
Honours: Munster Under 21 Football medai 2010

Best position: Centre Back
Favourite Music: Macklemore
Favourite Food: Pasta
Your hopes for the future of Tipperary Football: Win Munster Senior Football title
Former player to impress you most and why: Johnny Magee – solid centre-back
Favourite ground to play football matches: Semple Stadium Thurles

Championship Debut: 2011 v Laois

No. of Appearances: 21

Scored: 1-3

  • Donough Leahy
    Donagh was born on March 18th 1992 and plays for the Arravale Rovers club.
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Donagh was born on March 18th 1992 and plays for the Arravale Rovers club.

Donagh has represented Tipperary at the following grades – Under 21 Football (2011, 2012, 2013) and Junior (2011 and 2015). Donagh graduated to the Tipperary Senior Football panel in 2012. Donogh helped his club Arravale Rovers to win the 2011 West Tipperary Senior Football Championship.

Position: Forward

Championship Debut: 2012 v Kerry

No. of Appearances: 7

Scored: 1-1

Donagh was born on March 18th 1992 and plays for the Arravale Rovers club.

Donagh has represented Tipperary at the following grades – Under 21 Football (2011, 2012, 2013) and Junior (2011 and 2015). Donagh graduated to the Tipperary Senior Football panel in 2012. Donogh helped his club Arravale Rovers to win the 2011 West Tipperary Senior Football Championship.

Championship Debut: 2012 v Kerry

No. of Appearances: 7

Scored: 1-1

  • Ciaran McDonald
    Ciaran was born on March 24th 1989 and plays for the Aherlow club.
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Ciaran was born on March 24th 1989 and plays for the Aherlow club.

Ciaran made his Championship debut at 19 years of age for the Tipperary Senior Football against Limerick in the first round of the 2008 Munster Senior Football Championship. Ciaran has played football for Tipperary at Minor, Under 21 and Senior level. Ciaran captained Tipperary to win the 2010 Munster Under 21 Football title at the expense of Kerry. Ciaran’s mother is from Germany.

Ciaran played for Ireland in the International Rules tests against Australia in 2014 and 2015.

Position: Forward

Championship Debut: 2008 vs. Limerick

No. of Appearances: 22

Scored: 0-1

Ciaran was born on March 24th 1989 and plays for the Aherlow club.

Ciaran made his Championship debut at 19 years of age for the Tipperary Senior Football against Limerick in the first round of the 2008 Munster Senior Football Championship. Ciaran has played football for Tipperary at Minor, Under 21 and Senior level. Ciaran captained Tipperary to win the 2010 Munster Under 21 Football title at the expense of Kerry. Ciaran’s mother is from Germany.

Ciaran played for Ireland in the International Rules tests against Australia in 2014 and 2015.

Championship Debut: 2008 vs. Limerick

No. of Appearances: 22

Scored: 0-1

  • Ger Mulhair
    Ger is 25 and plays for the Arravale Rovers club.
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Ger is 25 and plays for the Arravale Rovers club. Ger played for the Tipperary Minor Footballers in 2008 and 2009 (as captain). He was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Football panel in 2012 and also part of the Tipperary Junior Football panel in 2012 and 2013

Ger made his Championship debut at right corner-back versus Limerick in the 2014 Munster Championship.

Position: Forward

Championship Debut: 2014 versus Limerick

No. of Appearances: 9

Scored: 0-0

Ger is 25 and plays for the Arravale Rovers club. Ger played for the Tipperary Minor Footballers in 2008 and 2009 (as captain). He was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Football panel in 2012 and also part of the Tipperary Junior Football panel in 2012 and 2013

Ger made his Championship debut at right corner-back versus Limerick in the 2014 Munster Championship.

Championship Debut: 2014 versus Limerick

No. of Appearances: 9

Scored: 0-0

  • Kevin O'Halloran
    Kevin was born on January 6th 1994 and plays for the Portroe club.
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Kevin was born on January 6th 1994 and plays for the Portroe club.

Kevin won a Munster Under 21 Football medal in 2015, playing at corner-forward and scoring six points in the Munster Final. Kevin subsequently graduated on to the Tipperary Senior Football panel, making his Senior inter-county debut versus Kerry as a substitute in the 2015 Munster Semi-Final.

Position: Forward

Championship Debut: 2015 v Kerry

No. of Appearances: 9

Scored: 1-39

Kevin was born on January 6th 1994 and plays for the Portroe club.

Kevin won a Munster Under 21 Football medal in 2015, playing at corner-forward and scoring six points in the Munster Final. Kevin subsequently graduated on to the Tipperary Senior Football panel, making his Senior inter-county debut versus Kerry as a substitute in the 2015 Munster Semi-Final.

Championship Debut: 2015 v Kerry

No. of Appearances: 9

Scored: 1-39

  • Kevin O'Halloran
    Kevin was born on January 6th 1994 and plays for the Portroe club.
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Kevin was born on January 6th 1994 and plays for the Portroe club.

Kevin won a Munster Under 21 Football medal in 2015, playing at corner-forward and scoring six points in the Munster Final. Kevin subsequently graduated on to the Tipperary Senior Football panel, making his Senior inter-county debut versus Kerry as a substitute in the 2015 Munster Semi-Final.

Position: Forward

Championship Debut: 2015 v Kerry

No. of Appearances: 9

Scored: 1-39

Kevin was born on January 6th 1994 and plays for the Portroe club.

Kevin won a Munster Under 21 Football medal in 2015, playing at corner-forward and scoring six points in the Munster Final. Kevin subsequently graduated on to the Tipperary Senior Football panel, making his Senior inter-county debut versus Kerry as a substitute in the 2015 Munster Semi-Final.

Championship Debut: 2015 v Kerry

No. of Appearances: 9

Scored: 1-39

  • Conor Sweeney
    Conor was born on March 29th 1990 and plays for the Ballyporeen club.
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Conor was born on March 29th 1990 and plays for the Ballyporeen club.

Conor played Minor Football with Tipperary in 2007 and 2008 (as Captain) and was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Football panel from 2009 to 2011, winning a Munster Under 21 Football medal in 2010. Conor made his Senior competitive debut for Tipperary against UL in the 2010 McGrath Cup. Conor made his National Football League debut as a substitute against Laois in February 2010, scoring 3 points. Conor made his Championship debut as a corner-forward against Laois in June 2010 in an All-Ireland Senior Football Qualifier game at Semple Stadium.

Conor won the Annerville Award for Gaelic Football for his performances for Tipperary during the 2014 season. Conor was nominated for an All-Star award in 2016. Conor played for Munster in the 2016 Interprovincial Football competition.

Position: Forward

Championship Debut: 2010 vs. Laois

No. of Appearances: 20

Scored: 8-50

Conor was born on March 29th 1990 and plays for the Ballyporeen club.

Conor played Minor Football with Tipperary in 2007 and 2008 (as Captain) and was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Football panel from 2009 to 2011, winning a Munster Under 21 Football medal in 2010. Conor made his Senior competitive debut for Tipperary against UL in the 2010 McGrath Cup. Conor made his National Football League debut as a substitute against Laois in February 2010, scoring 3 points. Conor made his Championship debut as a corner-forward against Laois in June 2010 in an All-Ireland Senior Football Qualifier game at Semple Stadium.

Conor won the Annerville Award for Gaelic Football for his performances for Tipperary during the 2014 season. Conor was nominated for an All-Star award in 2016. Conor played for Munster in the 2016 Interprovincial Football competition.

Championship Debut: 2010 vs. Laois

No. of Appearances: 20

Scored: 8-50