Tipperary minor hurlers too strong for Kerry

Tipperary had little difficulty overcoming the challenge of Kerry in the Munster minor hurling championship at Semple Stadium on Wednesday evening.

Tipperary had little difficulty overcoming the challenge of Kerry in the Munster minor hurling championship at Semple Stadium on Wednesday evening.

The home side enjoyed a facile 28 points victory, 6-21 to 0-11.

The tie was virtually over at half time when Tipp led 3-10 to 0-5.

Goal scoring hero was Toomevara’s Mark McCarthy with three goals while others to shine in a sparkling attack were Jack Shelly, Dylan Fitzelle, Stephen Cahill and John McGrath.

Kilsheelan’s Bill Maher played a captain’s role at midfield.

Tipperary were in a different league to the visitors who were reduced to fourteen men with the late dismissal of Tom McElligot.