Ryan says Tipp has to reset & refocus

first_imgBut Michael Cahalane’s second Cork goal was the decider in the final minutes.The rebels will go on to play Waterford next month in the semis while Tipp will have to wait until July to start their qualifiers campaign.Speaking to Tipp FM Manager Michael Ryan says they have a number of weeks now to sort their game planRyan also praised Cork’s performance as exceptional – for his part the Rebel’s keeper Anthony Nash paid tribute to their opponents but told Tipp FM that they won’t be getting ahead of themselves. Tipperary will have to battle through the back door if they want to successfully defend their All Ireland title.Cork causing a huge upset at Semple Stadium yesterday to claim a 2-27 to 1-26 victory in their quarter-final clash.Shane Kingston put the Rebels in the driving seat with his second half goal before John McGrath raised a green flag to get the Premier back in the game.last_img read more