Tip did not intimidate the rebels who shocked the Kerry team in the semi-finals.
Tim Floyd writes that the victory in the Munster final on Sunday, November 22 may be the most memorable in Tipperary football history, surpassing the 2011 MF All-Ireland title; 2016 All Ireland Semi-Final; And the 2010 and 2015 Munster U21 titles.
“It was a bloody Sunday commemorative weekend, and the green and white tipper of Grangemochler was as appropriate as the one Tipper wore 100 years ago. After inquiring about the homeway deal, Tip finally accepted Pierc U Chaoim as the venue to replace the previous meeting in 2018 at Semple Stadium. Tip did not intimidate the rebels who shocked the Kerry team in the semi-finals.
The disappointment of losing to Mayo in the All-Ireland semifinals was huge, but Tipperary still found time to reminisce.
“After the game, despite the disappointment, it took time for all the tipper panel and backroom to lay a wreath at Hill 16, known as Bloody Sunday, commemorating Michael Hogan who was shot and killed on the same pitch 100 years ago. .
Tipperary will look back on 2020 with great memories, having won five games in the trot leading to the Munster Senior Football Championship. We can build on this progress and move forward with the same effort and commitment that created the good feeling in 2021, ”he said.
CloneMel Commercials wins County Football Final:
Although they have won 19 Tipperary County Senior Football Championships, CloneMel Commercials have won five titles since 2010 and enjoyed the most successful decade in history.
“As 2015 dwindles into an extra special year, winning the Munster title in 2020 will be remembered as one of the longest-running county final victories of all time.
One of the darkest days in the country in a year commemorated by the GAA
History 1920, Bloody Sunday, Clone Commercials can be proud of their connection to that day when they lined up with their own Tommy Powell Tipperary. One hundred years later, the club is still one of the best football clubs not only in Kandy but also in the country, ”he added.
IT played an important role in all our activities in 2020 and Co IT Officer Lisa Stapleton was always ready to help clubs and committees. She was instrumental in streaming our games and in the trial run along with future ticketing. We were lucky to have Lisa’s experience when we faced these challenges in 2020, and we really appreciated her skill in getting us through it. ”