1988 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final

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1988 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final
Event 1988 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship
Date4 September 1988
Venue Croke Park, Dublin
Man of the Match Tony Keady [1]
Referee G. Kirwan (Offaly)
Attendance63,545
WeatherDry
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The 1988 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final was the 101st All-Ireland Final and the culmination of the 1988 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship, an inter-county hurling tournament for the top teams in Ireland. The match was held at Croke Park, Dublin, on 4 September 1988, between Galway and Tipperary. The Munster champions lost to the Connacht men on a score line of 1-15 to 0-14. [2]

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Match details

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Galway 1–15 – 0–14 Tipperary
N. Lane (1–0), P. Malone (0–3), M. Naughton (0–2), M. McGrath (0–2), T. Keady (0–2, 0-1f, 0-1(70)), G. McInerney (0–2), J. Cooney (0–1), E. Ryan (0–1), B. Lynskey (0–1), C. Hayes (0–1f). Report N. English (0–6, 0-5f, 0-1pen), D. Ryan (0–4), D. O'Connell (0–2), A. Ryan (0–1), P. Delaney (0–1f).
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 63,545
Referee: G. Kirwan (Offaly)
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Galway
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Tipperary
GALWAY GAA:
1 John Commins
2 Sylvie Linnane
3 Conor Hayes (c)
4 Ollie Kilkenny
5 Pete Finnerty
6 Tony Keady
7 Gerry McInerney
8 Michael Coleman
9 Pat Malone
10 Anthony Cunningham
11 Joe Cooney
12 Martin Naughton
13 Michael McGrath
14 Brendan Lynskey
15 Éanna Ryan
Substitutes Used:
19 N. Lane for A Cunningham (43 mins)
18 Tony Kilkenny for M. Naughton (57 mins)
21 Gerry Burke for B. Lynskey (68 mins)
Manager:
Cyril Farrell
TIPPERARY GAA:
1 Ken Hogan
2 Paul Delaney
3 Conor O'Donovan
4 John Heffernan
5 Bobby Ryan
6 Noel Sheehy
7 John Kennedy
8 Colm Bonnar
9 Joe Hayes
10 Declan Ryan
11 Donie O'Connell
12 John Leahy
13 Pat Fox
14 Nicky English (c)
15 Aidan Ryan
Substitutes Used:
20 Cormac Bonnar for J. Hayes (54 mins)
Manager:
Michael Babs Keating

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