Tipperary supervisor Liam Sheedy has declared almost a full invoice of well being for the approaching championship. In a distant media briefing on Wednesday, he was requested about accidents with the championship opener due in 11 days in opposition to the winners of Clare and Waterford within the Munster semi-final.
“We have just a few niggles, essentially the most critical one clearly Niall O’Meara who acquired his appendix out so I believe it should come too fast for Niall. He’ll solely be out of hospital there firstly of this week. Other than that, we’ll prepare away as much as the Tuesday evening after which we’ll clearly be easing off for the weekend.”
Out with long-term accidents are Patrick Maher and Billy McCarthy, who will miss the championship.
He additionally mirrored on the league marketing campaign, which noticed the county place third in Division 1A and concluded with a defeat by Waterford in an entertaining match however one wherein Tipp had been nicely overwhelmed within the second half.
“Certainly the beginning of the second half in opposition to Waterford after we had been outscored eight factors to 1, utterly over-run, utterly outplayed. So I believe we all know now that if you end up off or not so good within the championship you’re going to be beneath critical strain as a result of the standard of the competitors is important irrespective of which facet of the draw you’re on.
“To be truthful, we had an consciousness of what groups in Munster are going to deliver. I imply we performed Cork, Waterford and Limerick over the course of the league so it’s only a actually high quality area.”