Munster Title

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Liam Devaney - Playing Career - Inter-county
... tasted success in 1952 when Tipp captured the Munster minor title ... Devaney later added an All-Ireland minor title as Tipp defeated Dublin ... Devaney added a second set of Munster and All-Ireland minor titles to his collection in 1953 ...
Colm Bonnar - Playing Career - Minor, Under-21 & Junior
... enjoyed his first major success when he captured a Munster title in that grade ... joined the Tipperary under-21 panel, winning a Munster title at this level in 1983 ... In 1984 he added a second consecutive Munster under-21 title to his collection before later lining out in a second consecutive All-Ireland medal ...
Patrick Clohessy - Playing Career - Inter-county
... pecking order in terms of the top teams in the Munster Championship ... the reigning provincial champions of Clare, giving Clohessy his first Munster title ... The game was a low-scoring affair with ‘the Cats’ claiming the title on a score line of 1-7 to 0-6 ...
Mick O'Connell (hurler) - Playing Career - Inter-county
... That year he came on as a substitute to collect his first Munster title ... Cork retained their Munster title in 1927 with a 5-3 to 3-4 victory over Clare ... In 1928 Cork faced Clare in the Munster final for the second year in-a-row ...
Martin Kennedy (hurler) - Playing Career - Inter-county
... The subsequent Munster final saw Tipperary draw with Limerick ... victory and gave Kennedy his first Munster title ... later in 1924 Kennedy captured a second Munster title as Tipp defeated reigning provincial champions Limerick by 3-1 to 2-2 ...

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