Tipperary beat holders Kilkenny in All-Ireland Hurling Final

You are viewing content from Q Mid Ulster 106. Would you like to make this your preferred location?

TIpp win their 27th Liam MacArthy Cup

Tipperary secured their first Senior Hurling Championship since 2010 with a 2-29 to 2-20 victory over Kilkenny.  Tipp led 0-14 to 0-13 at halftime, but Kilkenny took an early second-half victory after Kevin Kelly scored for the Cats.  

Tipperary responded well though with goals form John O'Dwyer and John McGrath, and then rarely relinquished control of the game from there on in.  There was time for Richie Hogan to score a late consolation, but a determined Tipp team were not to be denied. 

More from Q Radio Local Sport

Join the Thank Q Club

Sign up for the Thank Q Club and receive exclusive offers, fun competitions and amazing prizes - it's quick and easy to do!

Sign Up Log In

Listen on the go

Download the Q Radio app to keep listening, wherever you are! It's available on Apple and Android devices.

Download from the App Store Download from Google Play