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Tipperary v Clare match reaction — with Shane Stapleton

Shane Stapleton was at the Gaelic Grounds to watch the Munster SHC clash of Tipperary and Clare — and it was a contentious clash

Shane Stapleton was at the Gaelic Grounds to watch the Munster SHC clash of Tipperary and Clare — with both sides hoping to earn a place in the decider against Limerick.

Tipperary are through to the Munster SHC final but their win over Clare hinged on a contentious decision by referee James Owens.

Jake Morris was upended by Aidan McCarthy on the sideline near the ’21 in the 38th minute, with the official awarding a penalty and issuing a black card.

Jason Forde slotted home the penalty, and it kick-started a run of 2-4 to 0-2 to Tipp while the Banner were down to 14 men.

Brian Lohan’s charges started and finished the game well, but will now head for the qualifiers.
Tipp, meanwhile, face champions Limerick in the Munster decider on July 18.

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