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The Munster champions fought their way back, and an O' Dwyer penalty tapped over the bar made it a one-point game.
It’s something that I’ll never forget and is probably the best memory that I have of playing with Kilkenny." “I think we deserved it.The managers There has been change on the sideline too.Michael Ryan has reached an All-Ireland final in his first year in charge, after serving in the management teams of Liam Sheedy and Eamon O' Shea.“That made it that extra bit special, to be playing with John, who started corner-forward on the day," admits Richie.“The two of us getting the goals was a huge thing for the family and it was great to share that with John.“There might be one or two changes here or there, Bubbles might come back in.
But Kilkenny are still trying to find what the best mix is. They have a habit of throwing in guys and them doing very well." “It will be felt on Sunday from an experience point of view but both teams have found new players as well," agrees Power.
Again Tipperary led by two points at half-time, 1-07 to 0-08, thanks to Callanan's first goal of the day.
But Kilkenny produced their now customary blitz upon the restart and scored five points without reply.
“I only came on for the last few minutes, when Bubbles was shooting the free.
“I could see what Eamon was doing, in case Bubbles didn’t reach the goals, but I knew going on he would have enough distance and more. “From where I was standing I could see that it had just tailed off, so I kind of knew even before Hawk-Eye came back." Richie Power was grateful the score-detection system had been introduced at Croke Park the previous summer. I turned around and was looking up at the screen at the Hill 16 end, just waiting for the Tá or the Níl.
“Luckily enough, the umpire called for Hawk-Eye and it was in play.