Ireland Final

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Seán Condon - Playing Career - Inter-county
... Condon later led his team to an All-Ireland decider against Kilkenny ... to 2-2 score line gave Cork the victory and gave Condon a coveted All-Ireland medal ... In 1942 Condon made his senior championship debut in a Munster semi-final defeat of Limerick ...
Morgan Madden - Playing Career - Inter-county
... Cork hurling selectors following his performance in the 1927 county final ... That year Cork faced Clare in the Munster final for the second year in-a-row ... Cork later defeated Dublin in the All-Ireland semi-final before lining out against Galway in the championship decider ...
Liz Neary - Playing Career - Inter-county
... Kilkenny won by 3-3 to 1-5 and Neary captured her first All-Ireland medal ... Kilkenny surrendered their All-Ireland crown in 1975, however, Neary lined out in a third All-Ireland final in 1976 ... It was Neary’s second All-Ireland medal ...
Liam Reidy - Playing Career - Inter-county
... in 1942 following a 3-10 to 0-4 defeat of Dublin, however, the subsequent All-Ireland series of games were later suspended ... Leinster winners' medal, however, he didn't line out in the subsequent All-Ireland final ... Reidy missed Kilkenny's Leinster final triumph in 1946, however, he was back on the team for the All-Ireland final with Cork ...
All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship 1888 - Format
... championships were played in Leinster and Munster with the winners meeting in the All-Ireland final ... Semi-finals (2 matches) The four participating teams make up the semi-final pairings ... Two teams are eliminated at this stage while the two winning teams advance to the Leinster final ...

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