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Tipp will ‘more than likely’ appeal Callanan red card

first_imgMeanwhile the Tipp senior hurlers will take on Waterford in Nowlan Park on April 19th as part of a National League semi-finals double header. The first will see Cork versus Dublin throw-in at 2 o’clock with the Premier County’s game against Waterford getting underway at 4.Tipp will be without Kieran Bergin for that clash with the Deise after the wing-back was stretchered-off during yesterday’s win over Offaly in Tullamore and it’s now been confirmed that he’s facing up to six weeks out of action with an ankle injury. Tipperary will “more than likely” appeal Seamus Callanan’s straight red card during yesterday’s National Hurling League quarter-final victory over Offaly. Sources have told Tipp FM they are going to review the match footage but there is a strong possibility they’ll lodge an appeal of referee John Keenan’s decision. Manager Eamon O’Shea has praised his side’s work ethic throughout the Offaly game.last_img

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