• Padraic Maher
    Padraic was born on February 9th 1989. Padraic plays for the Thurles Sarsfields club and made his Senior debut with the club in 2006.
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Padraic won All-Ireland Minor Hurling medals as a full-back in 2006 and 2007. Padraic also won a Munster Minor Hurling medal in 2007, Munster Under 21 Hurling medals in 2008 and 2010 (as Captain) and 5 Munster Senior Hurling medals (2009, 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2016). In 2010, Padraic won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal playing at left half-back in the final against Kilkenny and repeated the feat in 2016, scoring a point from play in the All-Ireland final against Kilkenny. Padraic captained Tipperary to Munster and All-Ireland Under 21 honours in 2010, playing at centre-back in the Munster Final and at full-back in the All-Ireland Final.

With Durlas Og, Padraic won two County Under 16 A Hurling medals (2004 and 2005). He has also won 2 County Minor “A” Hurling medals (2006 and 2007), 2 County Minor “A” Football medals (2005 and 2006), 2 County Under 21 “A” Hurling medals (2008 and 2009) and 4 County Senior Hurling medal (2009, 2010, 2012 and 2014), winning the man of the match award in the 2009 County Senior Hurling Final. Padraic won a Munster Club Hurling medal in 2012. Padraic won the Corn Na Mac Leinn All Ireland Football title in 2007 with the Tipperary Institute. Padraic’s father Paddy won an All-Ireland Minor Hurling medal in 1980. Padraic made his National League debut as a substitute against Dublin in March 2009. Padraic will be the Tipperary Senior Hurling Captain for 2017.

Padraic won All-Star awards in 2009 (full-back), 2011 (wing-back), 2014 (centre-back) and 2016 (wing-back). Padraic was nominated for the Hurler of the Year award in 2011 and 2016.

Padraic won an InterProvincial Hurling medal with Munster in 2016.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2009 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 37

Scored: 0-11

Padraic won All-Ireland Minor Hurling medals as a full-back in 2006 and 2007. Padraic also won a Munster Minor Hurling medal in 2007, Munster Under 21 Hurling medals in 2008 and 2010 (as Captain) and 5 Munster Senior Hurling medals (2009, 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2016). In 2010, Padraic won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal playing at left half-back in the final against Kilkenny and repeated the feat in 2016, scoring a point from play in the All-Ireland final against Kilkenny. Padraic captained Tipperary to Munster and All-Ireland Under 21 honours in 2010, playing at centre-back in the Munster Final and at full-back in the All-Ireland Final.

With Durlas Og, Padraic won two County Under 16 A Hurling medals (2004 and 2005). He has also won 2 County Minor “A” Hurling medals (2006 and 2007), 2 County Minor “A” Football medals (2005 and 2006), 2 County Under 21 “A” Hurling medals (2008 and 2009) and 4 County Senior Hurling medal (2009, 2010, 2012 and 2014), winning the man of the match award in the 2009 County Senior Hurling Final. Padraic won a Munster Club Hurling medal in 2012. Padraic won the Corn Na Mac Leinn All Ireland Football title in 2007 with the Tipperary Institute. Padraic’s father Paddy won an All-Ireland Minor Hurling medal in 1980. Padraic made his National League debut as a substitute against Dublin in March 2009. Padraic will be the Tipperary Senior Hurling Captain for 2017.

Padraic won All-Star awards in 2009 (full-back), 2011 (wing-back), 2014 (centre-back) and 2016 (wing-back). Padraic was nominated for the Hurler of the Year award in 2011 and 2016.

Padraic won an InterProvincial Hurling medal with Munster in 2016.

Championship Debut: 2009 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 37

Scored: 0-11

  • Brendan Maher
    Brendan was born on January 5th, 1989. Brendan plays for the Borris-Ileigh club.
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Brendan made his Senior inter-county debut for Tipperary against Waterford in the 2009 Waterford Crystal Cup, lining out at left corner-back in a Tipperary victory. Brendan made his National Hurling League debut against Cork in February 2009, lining out at wing-back. Brendan made his Championship debut as a substitute against Cork in the 2009 Munster Senior Hurling Championship. Brendan’s first Championship start came at left half-back in the 2009 All-Ireland semi-final vs. Limerick. Brendan was an ever present at midfield in the 2010 All-Ireland Championship, helping Tipperary to capture the All-Ireland title at the expense of Kilkenny with Brendan scoring 2 points from play in the final. Brendan captained Tipperary to lift the Liam MacCarthy Cup in 2016, playing at midfield against Kilkenny in the final and becoming the fourth captain from the Borris-Ileigh club to lift the Liam MacCarthy following in the footsteps of Sean Kenny (1950), Jimmy Finn (1951) and Bobby Ryan (1989).

Brendan lined out with the Tipperary Under 21 Hurlers in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010, winning Munster medals in 2008 and 2010 and an All-Ireland medal in 2010, playing at centre-back in the final. Brendan has been nominated for All-Star awards in 2010 (midfield), 2014 (half-back), 2015 (half-forward) and 2016 (midfield), winning an All-Star in 2010 and 2014 in addition to capturing the 2010 Young Hurler of the Year award. Brendan was shortlisted for the 2010 Bord Gáis Energy Breaking Through Player of the Year award.

Brendan lined out with the Munster hurlers in the Inter-Provincial Championship in 2012, 2013 and 2016, winning medals as captain from midfield in 2013 and 2016. Brendan was Vice-Captain of the Tipperary Senior Hurling team in 2013 and Captain in 2014, 2015 and 2016, In all, Brendan has won 5 Munster Senior Hurling medals.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2009 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 36

Scored: 0-14

Brendan made his Senior inter-county debut for Tipperary against Waterford in the 2009 Waterford Crystal Cup, lining out at left corner-back in a Tipperary victory. Brendan made his National Hurling League debut against Cork in February 2009, lining out at wing-back. Brendan made his Championship debut as a substitute against Cork in the 2009 Munster Senior Hurling Championship. Brendan’s first Championship start came at left half-back in the 2009 All-Ireland semi-final vs. Limerick. Brendan was an ever present at midfield in the 2010 All-Ireland Championship, helping Tipperary to capture the All-Ireland title at the expense of Kilkenny with Brendan scoring 2 points from play in the final. Brendan captained Tipperary to lift the Liam MacCarthy Cup in 2016, playing at midfield against Kilkenny in the final and becoming the fourth captain from the Borris-Ileigh club to lift the Liam MacCarthy following in the footsteps of Sean Kenny (1950), Jimmy Finn (1951) and Bobby Ryan (1989).

Brendan lined out with the Tipperary Under 21 Hurlers in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010, winning Munster medals in 2008 and 2010 and an All-Ireland medal in 2010, playing at centre-back in the final. Brendan has been nominated for All-Star awards in 2010 (midfield), 2014 (half-back), 2015 (half-forward) and 2016 (midfield), winning an All-Star in 2010 and 2014 in addition to capturing the 2010 Young Hurler of the Year award. Brendan was shortlisted for the 2010 Bord Gáis Energy Breaking Through Player of the Year award.

Brendan lined out with the Munster hurlers in the Inter-Provincial Championship in 2012, 2013 and 2016, winning medals as captain from midfield in 2013 and 2016. Brendan was Vice-Captain of the Tipperary Senior Hurling team in 2013 and Captain in 2014, 2015 and 2016, In all, Brendan has won 5 Munster Senior Hurling medals.

Championship Debut: 2009 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 36

Scored: 0-14

  • Cathal Barrett
    Cathal was born on July 21st 1993 and plays for the Holycross-Ballycahill club.
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Cathal played Minor Hurling with Tipperary in 2010 and 2011 and was on the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel from 2012 through to 2014.

Cathal made his competitive debut with the Tipperary Senior Hurlers in January 2014 when he lined out at right corner-back versus the Limerick Institute of Technology in the Waterford Crystal Cup. Cathal won a Waterford Crystal Cup medal with Tipperary in 2014, lining out at right corner-back in the defeat of Clare in the final. Cathal won Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2015 and 2016 and an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016 at right corner-back.

Cathal made his National League debut at right-corner-back versus Waterford in February 2014. Cathal made his Championship debut at right corner-back versus Limerick in the 2014 Munster Championship.

Cathal was nominated for an All-Star award in 2014, 2015 and 2016, winning an All-Star at right corner-back in 2016. Cathal was named as the 2014 Young Hurler of the Year. Cathal was named the RTE man of the match following his performance versus Limerick in the 2016 Munster Semi-Final.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2014 vs. Limerick

No. of Appearances: 14

Scored: 0-0

Cathal played Minor Hurling with Tipperary in 2010 and 2011 and was on the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel from 2012 through to 2014.

Cathal made his competitive debut with the Tipperary Senior Hurlers in January 2014 when he lined out at right corner-back versus the Limerick Institute of Technology in the Waterford Crystal Cup. Cathal won a Waterford Crystal Cup medal with Tipperary in 2014, lining out at right corner-back in the defeat of Clare in the final. Cathal won Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2015 and 2016 and an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016 at right corner-back.

Cathal made his National League debut at right-corner-back versus Waterford in February 2014. Cathal made his Championship debut at right corner-back versus Limerick in the 2014 Munster Championship.

Cathal was nominated for an All-Star award in 2014, 2015 and 2016, winning an All-Star at right corner-back in 2016. Cathal was named as the 2014 Young Hurler of the Year. Cathal was named the RTE man of the match following his performance versus Limerick in the 2016 Munster Semi-Final.

Championship Debut: 2014 vs. Limerick

No. of Appearances: 14

Scored: 0-0

  • James Barry
    James was born on June 29th 1990 and plays with the Upperchurch-Drombane club.
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James was born on June 29th 1990 and plays with the Upperchurch-Drombane club. James played Minor Hurling with Tipperary in 2007 and 2008, winning Munster and All-Ireland Medals in 2007 at wing-back. James played Under 21 Hurling with Tipperary in 2010 and 2011, also winning Munster and All-Ireland Medals in 2010 at wing-back. James lined out at wing-back for the Tipperary Intermediate Hurlers in 2012, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals. James won a Fitzgibbon Cup medal with University College Cork in 2013 and captained UCC to the 2014 Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals. James won Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2015 and 2016 and an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016 at full-back.

James made his League debut as a substitute versus Dublin in March 2014. James made his Championship debut at right half-back versus Limerick in the 2014 Munster Championship. James was nominated for an All-Star award in 2015 and 2016, winning an All-Star at full-back in 2016. James won an InterProvincial Hurling medal with Munster in 2016.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2014 vs. Limerick

No. of Appearances: 15

Scored: 0-0

James was born on June 29th 1990 and plays with the Upperchurch-Drombane club. James played Minor Hurling with Tipperary in 2007 and 2008, winning Munster and All-Ireland Medals in 2007 at wing-back. James played Under 21 Hurling with Tipperary in 2010 and 2011, also winning Munster and All-Ireland Medals in 2010 at wing-back. James lined out at wing-back for the Tipperary Intermediate Hurlers in 2012, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals. James won a Fitzgibbon Cup medal with University College Cork in 2013 and captained UCC to the 2014 Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals. James won Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2015 and 2016 and an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016 at full-back.

James made his League debut as a substitute versus Dublin in March 2014. James made his Championship debut at right half-back versus Limerick in the 2014 Munster Championship. James was nominated for an All-Star award in 2015 and 2016, winning an All-Star at full-back in 2016. James won an InterProvincial Hurling medal with Munster in 2016.

Championship Debut: 2014 vs. Limerick

No. of Appearances: 15

Scored: 0-0

  • Kieran Bergin
    Kieran was born on January 25th 1986 and plays with the Killenaule club.
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Kieran played with the Tipperary Minor Hurlers in 2003 and 2004, winning a Munster medal in 2003. Kieran lined out with the Tipperary Under 21 hurlers in 2005, appearing as a substitute in their Munster Final defeat to Cork alongside future Senior team-mates Conor O’Mahony, Conor O’Brien, Shane McGrath and Paddy Stapleton. Kieran then moved to the USA for a number of years where he continued playing hurling in New York. On his return to Ireland, Kieran was part of the Tipperary Senior Football panel for the 2013 McGrath Cup, appearing as a substitute for Tipperary in their defeat of Cork before joining the Tipperary Senior Hurling panel in April. Kieran made his Senior competitive debut for Tipperary in the 2013 Allianz Hurling League Final v Kilkenny, lining out at wing-back. Kieran made his Championship debut at wing-back vs. Limerick in the 2013 Munster Senior Hurling Championship. Kieran was nominated for an All-Star award in 2014 as a half-back. Kieran has won 2 Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2015 and 2016 and an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016.

Kieran’s brother Niall won an All-Ireland Minor Hurling medal in 2006 at wing-forward while Kieran’s uncles Liam and Jack both captained the Tipperary Senior Hurlers in 1983 and 1985 respectively. Jack Bergin was also a selector alongside Ken Hogan and Nicky English when Tipperary won the 2001 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final. Another of Kieran’s uncles Jimmy Leahy won Munster & All-Ireland Minor Hurling medals in 1980 and captured a Munster Under 21 Hurling medal in 1984. Finally, Kieran is a first cousin of former Galway Footballer Joe Bergin.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2013 vs. Limerick

No. of Appearances: 16

Scored: 0-6

Kieran played with the Tipperary Minor Hurlers in 2003 and 2004, winning a Munster medal in 2003. Kieran lined out with the Tipperary Under 21 hurlers in 2005, appearing as a substitute in their Munster Final defeat to Cork alongside future Senior team-mates Conor O’Mahony, Conor O’Brien, Shane McGrath and Paddy Stapleton. Kieran then moved to the USA for a number of years where he continued playing hurling in New York. On his return to Ireland, Kieran was part of the Tipperary Senior Football panel for the 2013 McGrath Cup, appearing as a substitute for Tipperary in their defeat of Cork before joining the Tipperary Senior Hurling panel in April. Kieran made his Senior competitive debut for Tipperary in the 2013 Allianz Hurling League Final v Kilkenny, lining out at wing-back. Kieran made his Championship debut at wing-back vs. Limerick in the 2013 Munster Senior Hurling Championship. Kieran was nominated for an All-Star award in 2014 as a half-back. Kieran has won 2 Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2015 and 2016 and an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016.

Kieran’s brother Niall won an All-Ireland Minor Hurling medal in 2006 at wing-forward while Kieran’s uncles Liam and Jack both captained the Tipperary Senior Hurlers in 1983 and 1985 respectively. Jack Bergin was also a selector alongside Ken Hogan and Nicky English when Tipperary won the 2001 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final. Another of Kieran’s uncles Jimmy Leahy won Munster & All-Ireland Minor Hurling medals in 1980 and captured a Munster Under 21 Hurling medal in 1984. Finally, Kieran is a first cousin of former Galway Footballer Joe Bergin.

Championship Debut: 2013 vs. Limerick

No. of Appearances: 16

Scored: 0-6

  • Michael Breen
    Michael was born on July 16th 1994 and plays for the Ballina club.
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Michael played for the Tipperary Minor Hurlers in 2011 and 2012, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals in 2012 playing at full-back. Michael played with the Tipperary Under 21 Hurlers from 2013 to 2015. Michael won Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2015 and 2016 and an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016 lining out at midfield. Michael won North and County Intermediate Hurling medals with his club Ballina in 2013.

Michael made his League debut for Tipperary as a substitute in the 2014 League semi-final versus Clare. Michael made his Senior Championship debut for Tipperary as a substitute in the 2015 Munster Semi-Final versus Limerick, scoring a goal from play. Michael was named at full-back in the Bord Gais Energy Under 21 Hurling team of the year in 2015. Michael was nominated for an All-Star award at midfield in 2016.

Michael won an InterProvincial Hurling medal with Munster in 2016.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2015 vs. Limerick

No. of Appearances: 8

Scored: 4-6

Michael played for the Tipperary Minor Hurlers in 2011 and 2012, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals in 2012 playing at full-back. Michael played with the Tipperary Under 21 Hurlers from 2013 to 2015. Michael won Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2015 and 2016 and an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016 lining out at midfield. Michael won North and County Intermediate Hurling medals with his club Ballina in 2013.

Michael made his League debut for Tipperary as a substitute in the 2014 League semi-final versus Clare. Michael made his Senior Championship debut for Tipperary as a substitute in the 2015 Munster Semi-Final versus Limerick, scoring a goal from play. Michael was named at full-back in the Bord Gais Energy Under 21 Hurling team of the year in 2015. Michael was nominated for an All-Star award at midfield in 2016.

Michael won an InterProvincial Hurling medal with Munster in 2016.

Championship Debut: 2015 vs. Limerick

No. of Appearances: 8

Scored: 4-6

  • Michael Cahill
    Michael was born on January 3rd 1989 and plays for the Thurles Sarsfields club.
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Michael was born on January 3rd 1989 and plays for the Thurles Sarsfields club. Michael won All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2010 and 2016. Michael won All-Ireland Minor Hurling medals in 2006 and 2007, an All-Ireland Under 21 Hurling medal in 2010 as well as winning Munster Minor (2007), Munster Under 21 (2008 and 2010) and Munster Senior (2011, 2012, 2015 and 2016) Hurling medals. Michael was a key member of the Thurles CBS team which lost to St. Flannan’s in the 2005 Dr. Harty Cup Final.

Michael made his debut with the Thurles Sarsfields Senior Hurling team in 2006. Michael has won 2 County U16 A Hurling medals with Durlas Og (2004, 2005). He has also won 2 County Minor “A” Hurling medals (2006 and 2007), 2 County Minor “A” Football medals (2005, 2006) and 2 County Under 21 “A” Hurling medals (2008 and 2009). Michael won County Senior Hurling medals with Sarsfields in 2009, 2010, 2012 and 2014 and a Munster Club Hurling medal in 2012. Michael played Fitzgibbon Cup Hurling with UCC in 2007, 2008 and 2009, winning a Fitzgibbon Cup medal in 2009. Michael made his Senior inter-county debut as a substitute in the 2009 National Hurling League against Limerick. Michael made his Championship debut at left half back against Cork in May 2010. Michael was nominated for an All-Star award in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2016, winning an All-Star award at left corner-back in 2011. Michael lined out for the Munster hurlers in the Inter-Provincial competition in 2012.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2010 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 29

Scored: 0-2

Michael was born on January 3rd 1989 and plays for the Thurles Sarsfields club. Michael won All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2010 and 2016. Michael won All-Ireland Minor Hurling medals in 2006 and 2007, an All-Ireland Under 21 Hurling medal in 2010 as well as winning Munster Minor (2007), Munster Under 21 (2008 and 2010) and Munster Senior (2011, 2012, 2015 and 2016) Hurling medals. Michael was a key member of the Thurles CBS team which lost to St. Flannan’s in the 2005 Dr. Harty Cup Final.

Michael made his debut with the Thurles Sarsfields Senior Hurling team in 2006. Michael has won 2 County U16 A Hurling medals with Durlas Og (2004, 2005). He has also won 2 County Minor “A” Hurling medals (2006 and 2007), 2 County Minor “A” Football medals (2005, 2006) and 2 County Under 21 “A” Hurling medals (2008 and 2009). Michael won County Senior Hurling medals with Sarsfields in 2009, 2010, 2012 and 2014 and a Munster Club Hurling medal in 2012. Michael played Fitzgibbon Cup Hurling with UCC in 2007, 2008 and 2009, winning a Fitzgibbon Cup medal in 2009. Michael made his Senior inter-county debut as a substitute in the 2009 National Hurling League against Limerick. Michael made his Championship debut at left half back against Cork in May 2010. Michael was nominated for an All-Star award in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2016, winning an All-Star award at left corner-back in 2011. Michael lined out for the Munster hurlers in the Inter-Provincial competition in 2012.

Championship Debut: 2010 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 29

Scored: 0-2

  • Stephen Cahill
    Stephen was born on December 22nd 1994 and plays for the Thurles Sarsfields club.
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Stephen was born on December 22nd 1994 and plays for the Thurles Sarsfields club.

Stephen played Minor Hurling for Tipperary in 2011 and 2012, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals in 2012. Stephen was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel from 2013 to 2015. Stephen won a Munster Senior Hurling medal as an unused sub in 2016.

Stephen has won 5 County Senior Hurling titles with his club Thurles Sarsfields, winning the man of the match award for his performances in the 2014 and 2015 finals.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: N/A

No. of Appearances:

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Stephen was born on December 22nd 1994 and plays for the Thurles Sarsfields club.

Stephen played Minor Hurling for Tipperary in 2011 and 2012, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals in 2012. Stephen was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel from 2013 to 2015. Stephen won a Munster Senior Hurling medal as an unused sub in 2016.

Stephen has won 5 County Senior Hurling titles with his club Thurles Sarsfields, winning the man of the match award for his performances in the 2014 and 2015 finals.

Championship Debut: N/A

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  • Seamus Callanan
    Seamus was born on September 15th, 1988. Seamus won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling Medal in 2010 as a substitute against Kilkenny.
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Seamus helped his club Drom & Inch win Mid Senior Hurling titles in 2006, 2008, 2009, 2013 and 2014 and captained his club to win the 2011 Tipperary County Senior Hurling title. Seamus made his National League debut as a substitute against Offaly in 2008, scoring 0-3. Seamus won a National Hurling League medal as a late forward substitute in 2008.

Seamus made his Championship debut against Cork in the 2008 Munster Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final, scoring 3 points from play. In his next 5 Championship matches, Seamus scored a goal in each game. Seamus has won 6 Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2016. Seamus won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling Medal in 2010 as a substitute against Kilkenny before going on to score 0-13 (0-9 from play) in a man of the match performance in the 2016 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final victory over Kilkenny.

Seamus was nominated for an All-Star award in 2008, 2009, 2014, 2015 and 2016, winning All-Stars at full-forward in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Seamus was nominated as Young Hurler of the Year in 2008 and Hurler of the Year in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Seamus lined out for Munster in the Inter-Provincial competition in 2008 and 2016, winning a medal in 2016.

Seamus is the Tipperary Vice-Captain for 2017.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2008 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 38

Scored: 24-158

Seamus helped his club Drom & Inch win Mid Senior Hurling titles in 2006, 2008, 2009, 2013 and 2014 and captained his club to win the 2011 Tipperary County Senior Hurling title. Seamus made his National League debut as a substitute against Offaly in 2008, scoring 0-3. Seamus won a National Hurling League medal as a late forward substitute in 2008.

Seamus made his Championship debut against Cork in the 2008 Munster Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final, scoring 3 points from play. In his next 5 Championship matches, Seamus scored a goal in each game. Seamus has won 6 Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2016. Seamus won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling Medal in 2010 as a substitute against Kilkenny before going on to score 0-13 (0-9 from play) in a man of the match performance in the 2016 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final victory over Kilkenny.

Seamus was nominated for an All-Star award in 2008, 2009, 2014, 2015 and 2016, winning All-Stars at full-forward in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Seamus was nominated as Young Hurler of the Year in 2008 and Hurler of the Year in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Seamus lined out for Munster in the Inter-Provincial competition in 2008 and 2016, winning a medal in 2016.

Seamus is the Tipperary Vice-Captain for 2017.

Championship Debut: 2008 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 38

Scored: 24-158

  • Sean Curran
    Sean was born on September 15th 1991 and plays for the Mullinahone GAA Club.
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Sean made his competitive debut with the Tipperary Senior Hurlers as a second half sub against the University of Limerick in the 2012 Waterford Crystal Cup Quarter-Final. Sean made his National League debut as a sub against Galway in March 2012 and won Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2012 (unused sub) and 2016 coming on as a substitute in the final versus Waterford. Sean won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal as a sub in 2016.




Sean made his Senior Championship debut at wing-forward in the 2016 Munster Senior Hurling Quarter-Final victory over Cork. Sean won a Munster Senior Hurling medal in 2016, coming on as a substitute in the final versus Waterford.

Sean has won 3 South Senior Hurling Medals with Mullinahone in 2009, 2011 and 2012 and also a County Intermediate Football medal in 2011.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2016 v Cork

No. of Appearances: 3

Scored: 0-0

Sean made his competitive debut with the Tipperary Senior Hurlers as a second half sub against the University of Limerick in the 2012 Waterford Crystal Cup Quarter-Final. Sean made his National League debut as a sub against Galway in March 2012 and won Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2012 (unused sub) and 2016 coming on as a substitute in the final versus Waterford. Sean won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal as a sub in 2016.




Sean made his Senior Championship debut at wing-forward in the 2016 Munster Senior Hurling Quarter-Final victory over Cork. Sean won a Munster Senior Hurling medal in 2016, coming on as a substitute in the final versus Waterford.

Sean has won 3 South Senior Hurling Medals with Mullinahone in 2009, 2011 and 2012 and also a County Intermediate Football medal in 2011.

Championship Debut: 2016 v Cork

No. of Appearances: 3

Scored: 0-0

  • Jason Forde
    Jason was born on December 22nd 1993 and plays for the Silvermines club.
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Jason was born on December 22nd 1993 and plays for the Silvermines club. Jason played Minor Hurling for Tipperary in 2010 and 2011 (as captain). Jason was also part of the Tipperary Under 21 team which played in the Munster Finals of 2012 and 2013 and captained Tipperary in the 2014 Munster Under 21 Championship. Jason has won 2 Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2015 and 2016 and an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016, scoring 2 points as a sub in the final versus Kilkenny. Jason won an All-Ireland Post-Primary Schools medal with Nenagh CBS in the 2011/2012 season. Jason won a Fitzgibbon Cup medal with the University of Limerick in 2015.

At club level, Jason won North, Tipperary and Munster Intermediate Hurling medals with Silvermines in 2012. Jason made his Senior inter-county debut in the semi-final of the 2013 Waterford Crystal Cup, scoring three points from wing-forward against LIT. Jason made his National League debut as a second half substitute against Cork in February 2013, scoring two points from play. Jason made his Championship debut as a second half substitute against Kilkenny in July 2013.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2013 vs. Kilkenny

No. of Appearances: 14

Scored: 1-12

Jason was born on December 22nd 1993 and plays for the Silvermines club. Jason played Minor Hurling for Tipperary in 2010 and 2011 (as captain). Jason was also part of the Tipperary Under 21 team which played in the Munster Finals of 2012 and 2013 and captained Tipperary in the 2014 Munster Under 21 Championship. Jason has won 2 Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2015 and 2016 and an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016, scoring 2 points as a sub in the final versus Kilkenny. Jason won an All-Ireland Post-Primary Schools medal with Nenagh CBS in the 2011/2012 season. Jason won a Fitzgibbon Cup medal with the University of Limerick in 2015.

At club level, Jason won North, Tipperary and Munster Intermediate Hurling medals with Silvermines in 2012. Jason made his Senior inter-county debut in the semi-final of the 2013 Waterford Crystal Cup, scoring three points from wing-forward against LIT. Jason made his National League debut as a second half substitute against Cork in February 2013, scoring two points from play. Jason made his Championship debut as a second half substitute against Kilkenny in July 2013.

Championship Debut: 2013 vs. Kilkenny

No. of Appearances: 14

Scored: 1-12

  • Darren Gleeson
    Darren was born on March 19th 1981 and plays for the Portroe club.
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Darren was born on March 19th 1981 and plays for the Portroe club. Darren joined the Tipperary Senior Hurling panel in 2008 having had previous inter-county experience as sub-goalie on the 2002 Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel. Darren plays in goal and was sub-goalie for Tipperary in the first two rounds of the 2008 National Hurling League. Darren won a National Hurling League medal as a substitute in 2008. Darren has won 6 Munster Senior Hurling medals. Darren made his National League debut against Galway in the 2009 National Hurling League.

Darren made his Championship debut as a 10 minute blood sub against Cork in the 2009 Munster Senior Hurling Championship. Darren was sub-goalie on the 2010 Tipperary Senior Hurling panel which captured All-Ireland honours and was goalkeeper when Tipperary captured the 2016 All-Ireland title. Darren made his first Championship start for Tipperary in the 2014 Munster Championship Semi-Final versus Limerick and went on to start 7 Championship games that season helping Tipperary to the All-Ireland Final. Darren was nominated for an All-Star award in 2014, 2015 and 2016, winning the award in 2014. Darren won an InterProvincial Hurling medal with Munster in 2016.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2009 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 17

Scored: 0-0

Darren was born on March 19th 1981 and plays for the Portroe club. Darren joined the Tipperary Senior Hurling panel in 2008 having had previous inter-county experience as sub-goalie on the 2002 Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel. Darren plays in goal and was sub-goalie for Tipperary in the first two rounds of the 2008 National Hurling League. Darren won a National Hurling League medal as a substitute in 2008. Darren has won 6 Munster Senior Hurling medals. Darren made his National League debut against Galway in the 2009 National Hurling League.

Darren made his Championship debut as a 10 minute blood sub against Cork in the 2009 Munster Senior Hurling Championship. Darren was sub-goalie on the 2010 Tipperary Senior Hurling panel which captured All-Ireland honours and was goalkeeper when Tipperary captured the 2016 All-Ireland title. Darren made his first Championship start for Tipperary in the 2014 Munster Championship Semi-Final versus Limerick and went on to start 7 Championship games that season helping Tipperary to the All-Ireland Final. Darren was nominated for an All-Star award in 2014, 2015 and 2016, winning the award in 2014. Darren won an InterProvincial Hurling medal with Munster in 2016.

Championship Debut: 2009 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 17

Scored: 0-0

  • Tomas Hamill
    Tomas who was born on May 1st 1994 plays for the Moyne-Templetuohy club.
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Tomas played Minor Hurling with Tipperary in 2011 and 2012, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals in 2012 when lining out at centre-back. Tomas played with the Tipperary Under 21 Hurlers in 2013 and 2014. Other honours for Tomas include the 2012 Tipperary Supporters Club All Ireland Under 16 hurling title, Mid Division and County Under 21 B hurling champions 2011 (with Moyne Templetuohy Óg) as well as county and divisional juvenile titles. Tomas played for the Waterford Institute of Technology v Cork in the 2013 Waterford Crystal Cup, lining out at left half-back.

Tomas made his competitive debut for the Tipperary Senior Hurlers as a second half substitute v Kilkenny in the 2013 Allianz Hurling League. Tomas made his Championship debut as a substitute against Galway in the 2016 All-Ireland Semi-Final. Tomas won a Munster Senior Hurling medal as an unused sub in 2016 before going on to win an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal as a substitute versus Kilkenny in September 2016.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: N/A

No. of Appearances: N/A

Scored: N/A

Tomas played Minor Hurling with Tipperary in 2011 and 2012, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals in 2012 when lining out at centre-back. Tomas played with the Tipperary Under 21 Hurlers in 2013 and 2014. Other honours for Tomas include the 2012 Tipperary Supporters Club All Ireland Under 16 hurling title, Mid Division and County Under 21 B hurling champions 2011 (with Moyne Templetuohy Óg) as well as county and divisional juvenile titles. Tomas played for the Waterford Institute of Technology v Cork in the 2013 Waterford Crystal Cup, lining out at left half-back.

Tomas made his competitive debut for the Tipperary Senior Hurlers as a second half substitute v Kilkenny in the 2013 Allianz Hurling League. Tomas made his Championship debut as a substitute against Galway in the 2016 All-Ireland Semi-Final. Tomas won a Munster Senior Hurling medal as an unused sub in 2016 before going on to win an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal as a substitute versus Kilkenny in September 2016.

Championship Debut: N/A

No. of Appearances: N/A

Scored: N/A

  • Barry Heffernan
    Barry was born on August 26th 1995 and played for the Nenagh Eire Og club.
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Barry played with the Tipperary Minor Hurlers in 2011, 2012 and 2013, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals in 2012. Barry was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Barry won Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2015 and 2016 and an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016.

Position: GK

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Barry played with the Tipperary Minor Hurlers in 2011, 2012 and 2013, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals in 2012. Barry was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Barry won Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2015 and 2016 and an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016.

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  • Brian Hogan
    Brian was born on July 9th 1996 and plays for the Lorrha Dorrha club.
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Brian was born on July 9th 1996 and plays for the Lorrha Dorrha club.

Brian was part of the Tipperary Minor Hurling panel in 2013 and 2014 (as captain) and the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Brian was part of the Tipperary Intermediate Hurling panel in 2016. Brian won Munster and All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2016.

Brian is the son of former Tipperary goalkeeper and manager Ken Hogan.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: N/A

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Brian was born on July 9th 1996 and plays for the Lorrha Dorrha club.

Brian was part of the Tipperary Minor Hurling panel in 2013 and 2014 (as captain) and the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Brian was part of the Tipperary Intermediate Hurling panel in 2016. Brian won Munster and All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2016.

Brian is the son of former Tipperary goalkeeper and manager Ken Hogan.

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  • Seamus Kennedy
    Seamus was born on June 26th 1993 and plays for the Clonmel Commercials club (Football) and St. Mary’s Clonmel club (Hurling).
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Seamus was part of the Tipperary Minor Hurling panel in 2010 and 2011 and the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2012 through 2014. Seamus has also represented Tipperary at Minor Football in 2011 and Under 21 Football in 2013 (as captain) and 2014.

Seamus made his competitive debut for the Tipperary Senior Footballers in the 2015 McGrath Cup Quarter-Final defeat to Cork. Seamus made his Championship debut at wing-back versus Waterford in May 2015, scoring a point from play.

Seamus made his Senior Hurling Championship debut at wing-back in the 2016 Munster Senior Hurling Quarter-Final victory over Cork. Seamus won a Munster Senior Hurling medal at wing-back in 2016 before going on to win an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal that year, scoring a point from play in the final from wing-back.

Seamus 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. Seamus was nominated for a Hurling All-Star award in 2016 at wing-back.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2016 v Cork (Hurling) ; 2015 v Waterford (Football)

No. of Appearances: 5 (Hurling); 4 (Football)

Scored: 0-1 (Hurling); 0-2 (Football)

Seamus was part of the Tipperary Minor Hurling panel in 2010 and 2011 and the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2012 through 2014. Seamus has also represented Tipperary at Minor Football in 2011 and Under 21 Football in 2013 (as captain) and 2014.

Seamus made his competitive debut for the Tipperary Senior Footballers in the 2015 McGrath Cup Quarter-Final defeat to Cork. Seamus made his Championship debut at wing-back versus Waterford in May 2015, scoring a point from play.

Seamus made his Senior Hurling Championship debut at wing-back in the 2016 Munster Senior Hurling Quarter-Final victory over Cork. Seamus won a Munster Senior Hurling medal at wing-back in 2016 before going on to win an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal that year, scoring a point from play in the final from wing-back.

Seamus 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. Seamus was nominated for a Hurling All-Star award in 2016 at wing-back.

Championship Debut: 2016 v Cork (Hurling) ; 2015 v Waterford (Football)

No. of Appearances: 5 (Hurling); 4 (Football)

Scored: 0-1 (Hurling); 0-2 (Football)

  • Donagh Maher
    Donagh was born on July 28th 1988 and plays with the Burgess club.
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Donagh was born on July 28th 1988 and plays with the Burgess club.

Donagh made his League debut for Tipperary v Kilkenny in the 2012 National Hurling League, starting at right corner-back in a 2-17 to 0-15 defeat. Donagh made his Championship debut in May 2012, starting at right corner back in a 2-20 to 1-19 victory against Limerick at Semple Stadium. Donagh has won 2 Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2012 and 2016 and an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016, coming on as a sub in the final versus Kilkenny.


Donagh is the younger brother of Shane Maher who has also played senior hurling for Tipperary.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2012 v Limerick

No. of Appearances: 7

Scored: 0-0

Donagh was born on July 28th 1988 and plays with the Burgess club.

Donagh made his League debut for Tipperary v Kilkenny in the 2012 National Hurling League, starting at right corner-back in a 2-17 to 0-15 defeat. Donagh made his Championship debut in May 2012, starting at right corner back in a 2-20 to 1-19 victory against Limerick at Semple Stadium. Donagh has won 2 Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2012 and 2016 and an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016, coming on as a sub in the final versus Kilkenny.


Donagh is the younger brother of Shane Maher who has also played senior hurling for Tipperary.

Championship Debut: 2012 v Limerick

No. of Appearances: 7

Scored: 0-0

  • Patrick Maher
    Patrick “Bonner” Maher was born on October 12th, 1989. Patrick plays for the Lorrha club.
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Patrick “Bonner” Maher was born on October 12th, 1989. Patrick plays for the Lorrha club. Patrick made his Senior inter-county debut for Tipperary against Waterford in the 2009 Waterford Crystal Cup, lining out at left half-forward. Patrick scored a goal against Clare in the 2009 Waterford Crystal Cup Final. Patrick made his debut in the National Hurling League in February 2009, lining out at centre-forward against Waterford and scoring a point in a 2-13 to 1-12 Tipperary victory. Patrick made his Championship debut at left half-forward against Wexford in the 2010 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Qualifiers, scoring two points from play. Patrick has won 2 All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2010 and 2016 (when he scored 2 points from play in the final against Kilkenny). Patrick also won an All-Ireland Under 21 Hurling medal in 2010, lining out in the half-forward line and scoring a goal in the All-Ireland final against Galway.

Patrick won Munster and All-Ireland Minor Hurling medals in 2007, scoring 3-2 from play in the 2007 Minor Championship. Patrick won a County Intermediate Hurling title with his club in 2007 and helped Banagher Colleges win the Leinster Vocational schools title in 2007. Patrick was also on the Tipperary Intermediate Hurling panel which lost the 2008 Munster Final to Limerick. Patrick has won 5 Munster Senior Hurling medals (2009, 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2016) and a Munster Under 21 Hurling medal in 2010. Patrick was nominated for an All-Star award in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014 and 2016, winning an All-Star at centre-forward in 2014 and wing-forward in 2016. Patrick was selected as the 2012 Munster Senior Hurler of the Year. Patrick won an Inter-Provincial medal with Munster in 2013.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2010 vs. Wexford

No. of Appearances: 31

Scored: 3-16

Patrick “Bonner” Maher was born on October 12th, 1989. Patrick plays for the Lorrha club. Patrick made his Senior inter-county debut for Tipperary against Waterford in the 2009 Waterford Crystal Cup, lining out at left half-forward. Patrick scored a goal against Clare in the 2009 Waterford Crystal Cup Final. Patrick made his debut in the National Hurling League in February 2009, lining out at centre-forward against Waterford and scoring a point in a 2-13 to 1-12 Tipperary victory. Patrick made his Championship debut at left half-forward against Wexford in the 2010 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Qualifiers, scoring two points from play. Patrick has won 2 All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2010 and 2016 (when he scored 2 points from play in the final against Kilkenny). Patrick also won an All-Ireland Under 21 Hurling medal in 2010, lining out in the half-forward line and scoring a goal in the All-Ireland final against Galway.

Patrick won Munster and All-Ireland Minor Hurling medals in 2007, scoring 3-2 from play in the 2007 Minor Championship. Patrick won a County Intermediate Hurling title with his club in 2007 and helped Banagher Colleges win the Leinster Vocational schools title in 2007. Patrick was also on the Tipperary Intermediate Hurling panel which lost the 2008 Munster Final to Limerick. Patrick has won 5 Munster Senior Hurling medals (2009, 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2016) and a Munster Under 21 Hurling medal in 2010. Patrick was nominated for an All-Star award in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014 and 2016, winning an All-Star at centre-forward in 2014 and wing-forward in 2016. Patrick was selected as the 2012 Munster Senior Hurler of the Year. Patrick won an Inter-Provincial medal with Munster in 2013.

Championship Debut: 2010 vs. Wexford

No. of Appearances: 31

Scored: 3-16

  • Ronan Maher
    Ronan was born on October 9th 1995 and plays for the Thurles Sarsfields club.
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Ronan played with the Tipperary Minor Hurlers in 2012 and 2013, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals in 2012 at corner-back. Ronan was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Ronan won a Munster Senior Hurling medal in 2015, lining out at corner-back before winning another Provincial Senior medal in 2016, this time at centre-back. Ronan won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling at centre-back in 2016 and was nominated for that final's man of the match award. Ronan also played on the Thurles Sarsfields Senior Hurling panel which won Tipperary and Munster titles in 2012 and won a County Senior Hurling medal in 2014.

Ronan made his competitive debut for the Tipperary Senior hurlers in January 2014, lining out at midfield versus the Limerick Institute of Technology in the Waterford Crystal Cup. Ronan won a Waterford Crystal Cup medal in 2014, lining out at corner-back versus Clare in the Final. Ronan made his National League debut as a substitute versus Waterford in February 2014. Ronan made his Championship debut as a midfielder versus Galway in July 2014.

Ronan won an All-Star award in 2016 at centre-back. Ronan was nominated for the 2016 Young Hurler of the Year award.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2014 vs. Galway

No. of Appearances: 9

Scored: 0-1

Ronan played with the Tipperary Minor Hurlers in 2012 and 2013, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals in 2012 at corner-back. Ronan was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Ronan won a Munster Senior Hurling medal in 2015, lining out at corner-back before winning another Provincial Senior medal in 2016, this time at centre-back. Ronan won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling at centre-back in 2016 and was nominated for that final's man of the match award. Ronan also played on the Thurles Sarsfields Senior Hurling panel which won Tipperary and Munster titles in 2012 and won a County Senior Hurling medal in 2014.

Ronan made his competitive debut for the Tipperary Senior hurlers in January 2014, lining out at midfield versus the Limerick Institute of Technology in the Waterford Crystal Cup. Ronan won a Waterford Crystal Cup medal in 2014, lining out at corner-back versus Clare in the Final. Ronan made his National League debut as a substitute versus Waterford in February 2014. Ronan made his Championship debut as a midfielder versus Galway in July 2014.

Ronan won an All-Star award in 2016 at centre-back. Ronan was nominated for the 2016 Young Hurler of the Year award.

Championship Debut: 2014 vs. Galway

No. of Appearances: 9

Scored: 0-1

  • Aidan McCormack
    Aidan was born on September 19th 1992 and plays for the Thurles Sarsfields club.
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Aidan was born on September 19th 1992 and plays for the Thurles Sarsfields club. Aidan played with the Tipperary Minor Hurlers in 2010 and was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel from 2011 to 2013. Aidan played Intermediate Hurling with Tipperary in 2016.

Aidan made his Senior Championship debut as a substitute versus Waterford in the 2016 Munster Senior Hurling Final, scoring a point from play. Aidan won Munster and All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2016.



Aidan has won numerous County Senior Hurling medals with his club Thurles Sarsfields.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2016 v Waterford

No. of Appearances: 1

Scored: 0-1

Aidan was born on September 19th 1992 and plays for the Thurles Sarsfields club. Aidan played with the Tipperary Minor Hurlers in 2010 and was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel from 2011 to 2013. Aidan played Intermediate Hurling with Tipperary in 2016.

Aidan made his Senior Championship debut as a substitute versus Waterford in the 2016 Munster Senior Hurling Final, scoring a point from play. Aidan won Munster and All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2016.



Aidan has won numerous County Senior Hurling medals with his club Thurles Sarsfields.

Championship Debut: 2016 v Waterford

No. of Appearances: 1

Scored: 0-1

  • Dan McCormack
    Dan was born on January 28th 1993 and plays for the Borris-Ileigh GAA club.
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Dan was born on January 28th 1993 and plays for the Borris-Ileigh GAA club.

Dan was part of the Tipperary Minor Hurling panel from 2009 to 2011 and the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel from 2012 to 2014. Dan has won two Fitzgibbon Cup medals with UCC in 2013 and 2014, lining out in the half-forward line in both finals.
Dan helped his club to win the Kilmacud Hurling 7s title in 2015.

Dan was called in to the Tipperary Senior Hurling panel in 2015, making the 26 man squad for the All-Ireland semi-final versus Galway. Dan made his National Hurling League debut in February 2016, lining out at wing-forward versus Dublin.

Dan made his Senior Championship debut at centre-forward in the 2016 Munster Senior Hurling Quarter-Final victory over Cork. Dan won a Munster Senior Hurling medal in 2016, lining out at wing-forward in the final versus Waterford. Dan won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016, scoring a point from play from wing-forward in the final versus Kilkenny. Dan was nominated for an All-Star award in 2016.

Dan won an InterProvincial Hurling medal with Munster in 2016.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2016 v Cork

No. of Appearances: 5

Scored: 0-1

Dan was born on January 28th 1993 and plays for the Borris-Ileigh GAA club.

Dan was part of the Tipperary Minor Hurling panel from 2009 to 2011 and the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel from 2012 to 2014. Dan has won two Fitzgibbon Cup medals with UCC in 2013 and 2014, lining out in the half-forward line in both finals.
Dan helped his club to win the Kilmacud Hurling 7s title in 2015.

Dan was called in to the Tipperary Senior Hurling panel in 2015, making the 26 man squad for the All-Ireland semi-final versus Galway. Dan made his National Hurling League debut in February 2016, lining out at wing-forward versus Dublin.

Dan made his Senior Championship debut at centre-forward in the 2016 Munster Senior Hurling Quarter-Final victory over Cork. Dan won a Munster Senior Hurling medal in 2016, lining out at wing-forward in the final versus Waterford. Dan won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016, scoring a point from play from wing-forward in the final versus Kilkenny. Dan was nominated for an All-Star award in 2016.

Dan won an InterProvincial Hurling medal with Munster in 2016.

Championship Debut: 2016 v Cork

No. of Appearances: 5

Scored: 0-1

  • John McGrath
    John was born on July 28th 1994 and plays for the Loughmore-Castleiney club.
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John played Minor Hurling for Tipperary from 2010 to 2012, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals in 2012. John also played Minor Football for Tipperary in 2011 and 2012, winning two Munster medals and an All-Ireland Minor Football medal in 2011.

John was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Football panel in 2014 and 2015 and the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2013 and 2014. John won a Fitzgibbon Cup medal with the University of Limerick in 2015.

John made his National League debut for Tipperary at corner-forward versus Galway in February 2015, scoring two points from play. John made his Championship debut at corner-forward, scoring a point in the 2016 Munster Senior Hurling Quarter-Final victory over Cork. John won a Munster Senior Hurling medal in 2016, scoring 3-2 in a man of the match performance against Waterford. John went on to win an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016, scoring 1-3 in the final versus Kilkenny.

At club level, John has won two County Senior Football Championships with Loughmore in 2013 and 2014 and a County Senior Hurling Championship medal in 2013. John won an All-Star award at corner-forward in 2016.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2016 v Cork

No. of Appearances: 5

Scored: 5-8

John played Minor Hurling for Tipperary from 2010 to 2012, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals in 2012. John also played Minor Football for Tipperary in 2011 and 2012, winning two Munster medals and an All-Ireland Minor Football medal in 2011.

John was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Football panel in 2014 and 2015 and the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2013 and 2014. John won a Fitzgibbon Cup medal with the University of Limerick in 2015.

John made his National League debut for Tipperary at corner-forward versus Galway in February 2015, scoring two points from play. John made his Championship debut at corner-forward, scoring a point in the 2016 Munster Senior Hurling Quarter-Final victory over Cork. John won a Munster Senior Hurling medal in 2016, scoring 3-2 in a man of the match performance against Waterford. John went on to win an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016, scoring 1-3 in the final versus Kilkenny.

At club level, John has won two County Senior Football Championships with Loughmore in 2013 and 2014 and a County Senior Hurling Championship medal in 2013. John won an All-Star award at corner-forward in 2016.

Championship Debut: 2016 v Cork

No. of Appearances: 5

Scored: 5-8

  • Noel McGrath
    Noel was born on December 17th, 1990. Noel plays for the Loughmore-Castleiney club.
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Noel made his Senior inter-county debut for Tipperary against Clare in the 2009 Waterford Crystal Cup Final, scoring a point from play at right corner-forward. Noel made his National Hurling League debut against Cork in February 2009. Noel made his Championship debut at corner-forward against Cork in the 2009 Munster Senior Hurling Championship, scoring 3 points from play. Noel won a Munster Senior Hurling Medal in 2009, scoring 0-13 in three matches in that year’s Munster championship. Noel won further Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2011, 2012 and 2016. Noel has won two All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2010 and 2016, scoring a goal in the 2010 final and a point in the 2016 final, both versus Kilkenny.

Noel helped his club to win County and Munster Club Senior Hurling medals in 2007 followed by a Mid Tipperary Senior Hurling medai in 2011 and another County Senior Hurling title in 2013. Noel’s father Pat played for Tipperary at Minor, Under 21 and Senior level. Noel has been nominated for All-Star awards in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014 and 2016, winning All-Star awards in 2009 (right corner-forward) and 2010 (centre-forward). Noel was also voted as the 2009 Young Hurler of the Year. Noel was vice-captain of the Tipperary Senior Hurling team for 2014. Noel won an InterProvincial Hurling medal with Munster in 2016.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2009 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 35

Scored: 3-85

Noel made his Senior inter-county debut for Tipperary against Clare in the 2009 Waterford Crystal Cup Final, scoring a point from play at right corner-forward. Noel made his National Hurling League debut against Cork in February 2009. Noel made his Championship debut at corner-forward against Cork in the 2009 Munster Senior Hurling Championship, scoring 3 points from play. Noel won a Munster Senior Hurling Medal in 2009, scoring 0-13 in three matches in that year’s Munster championship. Noel won further Munster Senior Hurling medals in 2011, 2012 and 2016. Noel has won two All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2010 and 2016, scoring a goal in the 2010 final and a point in the 2016 final, both versus Kilkenny.

Noel helped his club to win County and Munster Club Senior Hurling medals in 2007 followed by a Mid Tipperary Senior Hurling medai in 2011 and another County Senior Hurling title in 2013. Noel’s father Pat played for Tipperary at Minor, Under 21 and Senior level. Noel has been nominated for All-Star awards in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014 and 2016, winning All-Star awards in 2009 (right corner-forward) and 2010 (centre-forward). Noel was also voted as the 2009 Young Hurler of the Year. Noel was vice-captain of the Tipperary Senior Hurling team for 2014. Noel won an InterProvincial Hurling medal with Munster in 2016.

Championship Debut: 2009 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 35

Scored: 3-85

  • Darragh Mooney
    Darragh was born on March 10th 1992 and plays for the Eire Óg Annacarty club.
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Darragh was born on March 10th 1992 and plays for the Eire Óg Annacarty club. Darragh was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2012 and 2013 before graduating to the Tipperary Intermediate Hurling panel in 2014 and 2015.

Darragh made his League debut versus Clare in the League Quarter-Final in April 2016. Darragh won a Munster Senior Hurling medal as an unused sub in 2016.

Darragh helped his club Eire Óg Annacarty to win three West Tipperary Senior Hurling titles in a row from 2013 to 2015.



Position: GK

Championship Debut: N/A

No. of Appearances: N/A

Scored: N/A

Darragh was born on March 10th 1992 and plays for the Eire Óg Annacarty club. Darragh was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2012 and 2013 before graduating to the Tipperary Intermediate Hurling panel in 2014 and 2015.

Darragh made his League debut versus Clare in the League Quarter-Final in April 2016. Darragh won a Munster Senior Hurling medal as an unused sub in 2016.

Darragh helped his club Eire Óg Annacarty to win three West Tipperary Senior Hurling titles in a row from 2013 to 2015.



Championship Debut: N/A

No. of Appearances: N/A

Scored: N/A

  • Conor O’Brien
    Conor was born on May 30th, 1985 and is from the Eire Og Annacarty club.
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Conor was born on May 30th, 1985 and is from the Eire Og Annacarty club. Conor won a Munster Minor medal in 2003 and Munster Under 21 medals in 2004 and 2006. Conor played with the Tipperary Intermediate Hurling team in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007. He finished second in the 1999 All-Ireland Feile Skills final behind Kilkenny’s James “Cha” Fitzpatrick. Conor helped his club to win the 2006 County Intermediate Hurling title playing at midfield. Conor has won two West Senior Hurling Championship medals in 2013 and 2014.

Conor made his National League debut at left corner-back against Dublin in the 2007 National Hurling League. Conor won a National Hurling League medal in 2008 playing at left corner-back. Conor made his Championship debut against Cork in the 2008 Munster Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final and has won 5 Munster Senior Hurling medals (2008, 2009, 2012, 2015 and 2016. Conor won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2010, coming on as a substitute in the final against Kilkenny. Conor was nominated for an All-Star award in 2008 at corner-back. Conor lined out at corner-back with the Munster hurlers in the 2008 and 2009 Inter-Provincial competition.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2008 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 22

Scored: 0-1

Conor was born on May 30th, 1985 and is from the Eire Og Annacarty club. Conor won a Munster Minor medal in 2003 and Munster Under 21 medals in 2004 and 2006. Conor played with the Tipperary Intermediate Hurling team in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007. He finished second in the 1999 All-Ireland Feile Skills final behind Kilkenny’s James “Cha” Fitzpatrick. Conor helped his club to win the 2006 County Intermediate Hurling title playing at midfield. Conor has won two West Senior Hurling Championship medals in 2013 and 2014.

Conor made his National League debut at left corner-back against Dublin in the 2007 National Hurling League. Conor won a National Hurling League medal in 2008 playing at left corner-back. Conor made his Championship debut against Cork in the 2008 Munster Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final and has won 5 Munster Senior Hurling medals (2008, 2009, 2012, 2015 and 2016. Conor won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2010, coming on as a substitute in the final against Kilkenny. Conor was nominated for an All-Star award in 2008 at corner-back. Conor lined out at corner-back with the Munster hurlers in the 2008 and 2009 Inter-Provincial competition.

Championship Debut: 2008 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 22

Scored: 0-1

  • Steven O’Brien
    Steven was born on December 22nd 1994 and plays for the Ballina club.
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Steven was part of the Tipperary Minor Football panel in 2011 and 2012, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals in 2011. Steven lined out with the Tipperary Under 21 Footballers and Senior Footballers in 2013, making his Senior Football Championship debut at midfield versus Galway in June 2013. Steven won Munster and All-Ireland Minor Hurling medals with Tipperary in 2012. Steven played Under 21 Football with Tipperary in 2013, 2014 and 2015, winning a Munster Under 21 Football medal in 2015. Steven won the Opel GAA/GPA Football Player of the Month for May 2015 following his performance against Waterford in the Munster Senior Football Quarter-Final, scoring six points from play.

Steven made his competitive debut with the Tipperary Senior Hurlers in February 2014 as a substitute in the Waterford Crystal Cup Final victory over Clare. Steven won a Sigerson Cup medal with Dublin City University in February 2015. Steven made his National Hurling League debut as a substitute versus Clare in the League Quarter-Final in April 2016. Steven won Munster and All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2016.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2013 vs Galway (Football)

No. of Appearances: 9 (Football)

Scored: 0-9 (Football)

Steven was part of the Tipperary Minor Football panel in 2011 and 2012, winning Munster and All-Ireland medals in 2011. Steven lined out with the Tipperary Under 21 Footballers and Senior Footballers in 2013, making his Senior Football Championship debut at midfield versus Galway in June 2013. Steven won Munster and All-Ireland Minor Hurling medals with Tipperary in 2012. Steven played Under 21 Football with Tipperary in 2013, 2014 and 2015, winning a Munster Under 21 Football medal in 2015. Steven won the Opel GAA/GPA Football Player of the Month for May 2015 following his performance against Waterford in the Munster Senior Football Quarter-Final, scoring six points from play.

Steven made his competitive debut with the Tipperary Senior Hurlers in February 2014 as a substitute in the Waterford Crystal Cup Final victory over Clare. Steven won a Sigerson Cup medal with Dublin City University in February 2015. Steven made his National Hurling League debut as a substitute versus Clare in the League Quarter-Final in April 2016. Steven won Munster and All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2016.

Championship Debut: 2013 vs Galway (Football)

No. of Appearances: 9 (Football)

Scored: 0-9 (Football)

  • Niall O’Meara
    Niall was born on December 16th 1992 and plays with the Kilruane MacDonaghs club.
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Niall was part of the Tipperary Minor Hurling panel in 2010 and the Under 21 Hurling in 2012 and 2013 (as captain). Niall was also part of the Tipperary Under 21 Football panel in 2012 and 2013 and won Munster and All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling medals in 2013. Niall won a Munster Senior Hurling medal in 2015, lining out at corner-forward and scoring 3 points in the final versus Waterford.

Niall made his League debut versus Cork in the 2014 Quarter-Final scoring a goal. Niall made his Championship debut at corner-forward versus Limerick in 2014 scoring a point from play. Niall won a Munster Senior Hurling medal in 2016, lining out at corner-forward in the final versus Waterford before winning an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal later in 2016 coming on as a sub in the final versus Kilkenny.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2014 vs. Limerick

No. of Appearances: 9

Scored: 0-5

Niall was part of the Tipperary Minor Hurling panel in 2010 and the Under 21 Hurling in 2012 and 2013 (as captain). Niall was also part of the Tipperary Under 21 Football panel in 2012 and 2013 and won Munster and All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling medals in 2013. Niall won a Munster Senior Hurling medal in 2015, lining out at corner-forward and scoring 3 points in the final versus Waterford.

Niall made his League debut versus Cork in the 2014 Quarter-Final scoring a goal. Niall made his Championship debut at corner-forward versus Limerick in 2014 scoring a point from play. Niall won a Munster Senior Hurling medal in 2016, lining out at corner-forward in the final versus Waterford before winning an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal later in 2016 coming on as a sub in the final versus Kilkenny.

Championship Debut: 2014 vs. Limerick

No. of Appearances: 9

Scored: 0-5

  • John O'Keeffe
    John was born on November 17th 1988 and plays for the Clonoulty-Rossmore club.
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John won an All-Ireland Minor Hurling medal in 2006, playing at wing-back. John was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel from 2007 to 2009, winning a Munster Under 21 medal in 2008.



John made his National Hurling League debut for Tipperary v Waterford in 2011. John's Championship debut came in May 2011, lining out at wing-back in the Munster Quarter-Final victory over Cork. John was an ever present that season as Tipperary won the Munster title before losing out to Kilkenny in the All-Ireland Final. John was part of the panel in 2012 as Tipperary retained their Munster Senior Hurling title. John won Munster and All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2016.




Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2011 v Cork

No. of Appearances: 5

Scored: 0-0

John won an All-Ireland Minor Hurling medal in 2006, playing at wing-back. John was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel from 2007 to 2009, winning a Munster Under 21 medal in 2008.



John made his National Hurling League debut for Tipperary v Waterford in 2011. John's Championship debut came in May 2011, lining out at wing-back in the Munster Quarter-Final victory over Cork. John was an ever present that season as Tipperary won the Munster title before losing out to Kilkenny in the All-Ireland Final. John was part of the panel in 2012 as Tipperary retained their Munster Senior Hurling title. John won Munster and All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2016.




Championship Debut: 2011 v Cork

No. of Appearances: 5

Scored: 0-0

  • Daire Quinn
    Daire Quinn was born on October 7th 1992 and plays for the Nenagh Eire Og club.
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Daire Quinn was born on October 7th 1992 and plays for the Nenagh Eire Og club.

Daire was part of the Tipperary Minor Hurling panel in 2010 before graduating to the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2013. Daire also played for the Tipperary Intermediate Hurlers in 2014 and 2015.

Daire was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Football panel in 2012. Daire helped his club Nenagh Eire Og to the 2015 Tipperary County Senior Hurling Final.

Daire made his National Hurling League debut in February 2016, lining out at midfield versus Dublin. Daire made his Championship debut as a substitute versus Limerick in the 2016 Munster Semi-Final. Daire won Munster and All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2016.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2016 v Limerick

No. of Appearances: 1

Scored: 0-0

Daire Quinn was born on October 7th 1992 and plays for the Nenagh Eire Og club.

Daire was part of the Tipperary Minor Hurling panel in 2010 before graduating to the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2013. Daire also played for the Tipperary Intermediate Hurlers in 2014 and 2015.

Daire was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Football panel in 2012. Daire helped his club Nenagh Eire Og to the 2015 Tipperary County Senior Hurling Final.

Daire made his National Hurling League debut in February 2016, lining out at midfield versus Dublin. Daire made his Championship debut as a substitute versus Limerick in the 2016 Munster Semi-Final. Daire won Munster and All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2016.

Championship Debut: 2016 v Limerick

No. of Appearances: 1

Scored: 0-0

  • Gearoid Ryan
    Gearoid was born on August 26th, 1988. Gearoid plays for the Templederry Kenyons club.
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Gearoid made his National Hurling League debut against Cork in February 2009, scoring a point from play. Gearoid won an All-Ireland Minor Hurling medal with Tipperary in 2006, lining out at midfield in the final. Gearoid was also on the Tipperary Intermediate Hurling panel in 2007 and 2008 Gearoid was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2007, 2008 and 2009, winning a Munster medal in 2008. Gearoid made his Championship debut as a substitute against Cork in the 2009 Munster Senior Hurling Championship. Gearoid has won 4 Munster Senior Hurling medals.

Gearoid Ryan won the man of the match award in the 2010 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Final against Galway, scoring 1-2 from play. Gearoid played wing-forward on the Tipperary team which captured the 2010 All-Ireland Senior Hurling title, scoring a point in the final. Gearoid was nominated for an All-Star award in 2010 in the half-forward line and in 2011 at midfield. Gearoid lined out at wing-forward for the Munster hurlers in the 2012 Inter-Provincial competition.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2009 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 23

Scored: 2-24

Gearoid made his National Hurling League debut against Cork in February 2009, scoring a point from play. Gearoid won an All-Ireland Minor Hurling medal with Tipperary in 2006, lining out at midfield in the final. Gearoid was also on the Tipperary Intermediate Hurling panel in 2007 and 2008 Gearoid was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel in 2007, 2008 and 2009, winning a Munster medal in 2008. Gearoid made his Championship debut as a substitute against Cork in the 2009 Munster Senior Hurling Championship. Gearoid has won 4 Munster Senior Hurling medals.

Gearoid Ryan won the man of the match award in the 2010 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Final against Galway, scoring 1-2 from play. Gearoid played wing-forward on the Tipperary team which captured the 2010 All-Ireland Senior Hurling title, scoring a point in the final. Gearoid was nominated for an All-Star award in 2010 in the half-forward line and in 2011 at midfield. Gearoid lined out at wing-forward for the Munster hurlers in the 2012 Inter-Provincial competition.

Championship Debut: 2009 vs. Cork

No. of Appearances: 23

Scored: 2-24

  • John O’Dwyer
    John was born on September 17th 1991 and is a member of the Killenaule club.
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John was born on September 17th 1991 and is a member of the Killenaule club. John played Minor Hurling with Tipperary in 2008 and 2009 and Under 21 Hurling in 2010, 2011 and 2012 (as captain) – winning Munster and All-Ireland Under 21 Hurling medals in 2010 lining out at corner-forward. John won a Munster Senior Hurling medal in 2015, lining out at corner-forward and scoring 5 points in the final v Waterford. John won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016, scoring 1-5 in the final versus Kilkenny, a performance for which he received a nomination for man of the match.

John made his Senior inter-county debut with Tipperary in the 2013 Waterford Crystal Cup Quarter-Final, lining out at right half-forward v Limerick scoring a point from play. John made his Championship debut as a second half substitute v Limerick in the 2013 Munster Senior Hurling Championship, scoring 1-3 from play.

John was nominated for an All-Star award in 2014, 2015 and 2016, winning an All-Star at wing-forward in 2014. John won an InterProvincial Hurling medal with Munster in 2016.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2013 vs. Limerick

No. of Appearances: 16

Scored: 5-62

John was born on September 17th 1991 and is a member of the Killenaule club. John played Minor Hurling with Tipperary in 2008 and 2009 and Under 21 Hurling in 2010, 2011 and 2012 (as captain) – winning Munster and All-Ireland Under 21 Hurling medals in 2010 lining out at corner-forward. John won a Munster Senior Hurling medal in 2015, lining out at corner-forward and scoring 5 points in the final v Waterford. John won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal in 2016, scoring 1-5 in the final versus Kilkenny, a performance for which he received a nomination for man of the match.

John made his Senior inter-county debut with Tipperary in the 2013 Waterford Crystal Cup Quarter-Final, lining out at right half-forward v Limerick scoring a point from play. John made his Championship debut as a second half substitute v Limerick in the 2013 Munster Senior Hurling Championship, scoring 1-3 from play.

John was nominated for an All-Star award in 2014, 2015 and 2016, winning an All-Star at wing-forward in 2014. John won an InterProvincial Hurling medal with Munster in 2016.

Championship Debut: 2013 vs. Limerick

No. of Appearances: 16

Scored: 5-62

  • Willie Ryan
    Willie was born on April 21st 1991 and plays for the Clonakenny club.
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Willie was born on April 21st 1991 and plays for the Clonakenny club.

Willie was part of the Tipperary Minor Hurling team in 2009 before graduating to the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling team in 2012. Willie played with the Tipperary Intermediate Hurlers in 2013 and 2015, winning Munster and All-Ireland honours in 2013. Willie won Munster and All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2016 as part of the Tipperary panel.

Willie helped his club Clonakenny to win the 2015 County Intermediate Hurling title.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: N/A

No. of Appearances:

Scored:

Willie was born on April 21st 1991 and plays for the Clonakenny club.

Willie was part of the Tipperary Minor Hurling team in 2009 before graduating to the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling team in 2012. Willie played with the Tipperary Intermediate Hurlers in 2013 and 2015, winning Munster and All-Ireland honours in 2013. Willie won Munster and All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2016 as part of the Tipperary panel.

Willie helped his club Clonakenny to win the 2015 County Intermediate Hurling title.

Championship Debut: N/A

No. of Appearances:

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  • John O'Keeffe
    John was born on November 17th 1988 and plays for the Clonoulty-Rossmore club.
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John won an All-Ireland Minor Hurling medal in 2006, playing at wing-back. John was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel from 2007 to 2009, winning a Munster Under 21 medal in 2008.



John made his National Hurling League debut for Tipperary v Waterford in 2011. John's Championship debut came in May 2011, lining out at wing-back in the Munster Quarter-Final victory over Cork. John was an ever present that season as Tipperary won the Munster title before losing out to Kilkenny in the All-Ireland Final. John was part of the panel in 2012 as Tipperary retained their Munster Senior Hurling title. John won Munster and All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2016.




Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2011 v Cork

No. of Appearances: 5

Scored: 0-0

John won an All-Ireland Minor Hurling medal in 2006, playing at wing-back. John was part of the Tipperary Under 21 Hurling panel from 2007 to 2009, winning a Munster Under 21 medal in 2008.



John made his National Hurling League debut for Tipperary v Waterford in 2011. John's Championship debut came in May 2011, lining out at wing-back in the Munster Quarter-Final victory over Cork. John was an ever present that season as Tipperary won the Munster title before losing out to Kilkenny in the All-Ireland Final. John was part of the panel in 2012 as Tipperary retained their Munster Senior Hurling title. John won Munster and All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals in 2016.




Championship Debut: 2011 v Cork

No. of Appearances: 5

Scored: 0-0

  • Paddy Stapleton
    Paddy was born on August 3rd, 1985. Paddy plays for the Borris-Ileigh club.
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Paddy was born on August 3rd, 1985. Paddy plays for the Borris-Ileigh club and made his Senior competitive debut for Tipperary in the 2006 Waterford Crystal Shield against Waterford. Paddy made his National League debut against Limerick in 2008 coming on as a substitute. Paddy won a Munster Under 21 Hurling medal in 2006 at right corner-back and won a Munster Minor Hurling medal in 2003, lining out at centre-back.

Paddy won a National Hurling League medal as a substitute in 2008. Paddy has won 6 Munster Senior Hurling medals. Paddy made his Championship debut as a blood substitute in the 2008 All-Ireland Semi-Final against Waterford. Paddy made his first Championship start at right corner-back in the 2009 Munster Senior Hurling Championship vs. Cork. Paddy lined out at right corner back in the 2010 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final victory over Kilkenny before winning a second All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal as part of the 2016 Tipperary panel. Paddy has won 2 North Senior Hurling medals with his club in 2005 and 2007. Paddy was nominated for an All-Star award in 2009, 2010 and 2014 at corner-back.

Position: GK

Championship Debut: 2008 vs. Waterford

No. of Appearances: 27

Scored: 0-1

Paddy was born on August 3rd, 1985. Paddy plays for the Borris-Ileigh club and made his Senior competitive debut for Tipperary in the 2006 Waterford Crystal Shield against Waterford. Paddy made his National League debut against Limerick in 2008 coming on as a substitute. Paddy won a Munster Under 21 Hurling medal in 2006 at right corner-back and won a Munster Minor Hurling medal in 2003, lining out at centre-back.

Paddy won a National Hurling League medal as a substitute in 2008. Paddy has won 6 Munster Senior Hurling medals. Paddy made his Championship debut as a blood substitute in the 2008 All-Ireland Semi-Final against Waterford. Paddy made his first Championship start at right corner-back in the 2009 Munster Senior Hurling Championship vs. Cork. Paddy lined out at right corner back in the 2010 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final victory over Kilkenny before winning a second All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal as part of the 2016 Tipperary panel. Paddy has won 2 North Senior Hurling medals with his club in 2005 and 2007. Paddy was nominated for an All-Star award in 2009, 2010 and 2014 at corner-back.

Championship Debut: 2008 vs. Waterford

No. of Appearances: 27

Scored: 0-1