Intermediate hurlers step down following great success

The Tipperary Intermediate Hurling Management Team of Manager Michael Ryan (Fethard), Coach Michael Ferncombe (Holycross Ballycahill) and selectors Sean O’Meara (Shannon Rovers) and Eamon O’Dwyer (Arravale Rovers) have stepped down after three years in charge.

The Tipperary Intermediate Hurling Management Team of Manager Michael Ryan (Fethard), Coach Michael Ferncombe (Holycross Ballycahill) and selectors Sean O’Meara (Shannon Rovers) and Eamon O’Dwyer (Arravale Rovers) have stepped down after three years in charge.

Tipperary County Board would like to thank them sincerely for their excellent contribution, and in particular their success in winning two All Ireland and Munster titles back to back with two separate teams as those who played in the 2012 final were ineligible for the 2013 panel. We wish them well for the future.

In recognition of their achievements over the last twoyears the outgoing management team have been invited, together with the 2013 All Ireland Intermediate Hurling winning captain, David Young of Toomevara, to attend the New York Tipperary Hurling Club Dinner Dance on the December 7 next.

The Guest of Honour that night will be Joe Grace of Silvermines, who has given great service to Tipperary GAA in New York as a player and selector having emigrated in 1985.