All Ireland champions Tipperary regained the Munster Senior Hurling Championship title with a seven goal demolition of holders Waterford in the final at Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Sunday.
Four goals from Lar Corbett, two from team captain Eoin Kelly and one from Seamus Callanan set Tipp on the road to victory.
Four of the goals came in the space of six minutes just before half time to give Tipp an interval lead of 5-10 to 0-8 and make a Waterford revival virtually impossible.
Tipperary are now through to the All Ireland semi-final.
See The Nationalist on Wednesday for match report, analysis, reaction and photographs.