1968 All-Ireland Hurling Final: Wexford v Tipperary


The fourth time the counties have played in a final this decade with Wexford looking to even the score. This is Tony Doran’s first final and his imposing presence is a serious threat to favourites Tipperary. But they have problems. Their own iconic forward, Jimmy Doyle, is carrying an injury and mightn’t be fit. This turns into one of the great finals, a high scoring see-saw of a match with one of the legendary All-Ireland performances from Tipp’s Mick Roche. Wexford (5-08) Tipperary (3-12)

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