Sweeney sees Cork win as turning point

Sep 16, 2020 hixaginc

first_imgTipp’s Conor Sweeney says beating Cork in the Munster championship gave the Premier County’s senior footballers the belief that has seen them reaching this weekend’s All-Ireland semi-final.The Ballyporeen full-forward has been one of Tipp’s star performers in the run to the last four.Mayo provide the opposition on Sunday with a place in the Sam Maguire Cup decider up for grabs. Conor says the win over the Rebels is at the root of this year’s success.Tipp FM will have live commentary on the match, which gets underway at 3.30 on Sunday afternoon.  Our coverage will be brought to you in association with John Kennedy Motors, Cashel Road, Clonmel.In Hurling, Kilkenny boss Brian Cody is planning for the All Ireland final against Tipperary without Michael Fennelly.The former player of the year has been ruled out with Achilles tendon injury and former Cats goalkeeper Michael Walsh says he’ll be a big loss.last_img

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