1967 All-Ireland Hurling Final: Kilkenny v Tipperary


The big focus of attention going into this final is whether Tipperary’s great defender John Doyle can win a record ninth All-Ireland medal, one more than Christy Ring. Kilkenny haven’t beaten their neighbouring rivals since the 1922 All-Ireland. But recent form is good and they emerged victorious from the NHL final last year – signs that Tipperary’s overwhelming physical strength isn’t proving as difficult to counter as in the past. The Minor final – Tyrone v Cork (commentary in Irish) Kilkenny (3-08) Tipperary (2-07)

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