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Similar to Clare’s revival earlier in the first period, Tipperary replied with 1-2 before the break to leave them just one point adrift.
TIPPERARY: P Hickey; L Morrissey, S Lambert, B Condon; A O’Dwyer, C O’Dwyer, J Grant (0-1); L O’Shea (0-1), S Crew; E Carroll, M Morrissey (0-2), E Myles (0-2); O O’Dwyer (0-1), A Mc Carthy (0-8, four frees), C Walsh (1-1).Since then we've been on many dates.” “I first contacted Rod when I saw his diary post.I was attracted to his smile and he was wearing his motorbike leathers and looked very handsome.This is a weekend of adventure activities, some of the best live musical bands around, great locally sourced food all in one of the most beautiful locations in the country in the company of single people.Clare 3-14 Tipperary 2-16 Clare will progress to meet Kildare in this year’s Ladies All-Ireland Intermediate football final following a dramatic win over their Munster rivals Tipperary in the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick on Saturday.Tipperary’s defence struggled to cope with O’Dea’s incisive runs and she finished the first half with 2-2 to her credit.
Just as the bulk of Clare’s attacks were going through O’Dea, Mairead Morrissey was the main conductor for Tipperary at the other end.
The tie was a repeat of the 2008 All-Ireland Intermediate final, but while Tipperary were victorious on that day, Clare reversed the end result today with just the minimum little to spare.
Tipperary had three crucial chances to force the encounter into extra-time but agonising misses from Aisling Mc Carthy and substitute Roisin Howard condemned Gerry Mc Gill’s side to second best in a high-scoring game.
Mr Custy is charged in connection with five separate counts of stealing €14,650 from the woman over a five-month period in 2013.
In Ennis Circuit Court, solicitor for Mr Custy, Tara Godfrey, told Judge Tom O’Donnell, “that there is an indication that there will be a plea in respect of Mr Custy and we are asking that the matter be put into June 23rd for arraignment”.
Clare’s ever potent scorer Niamh O’Dea finished the day with 2-4 from play, the last of which proved to be the decisive score of the game.