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Tipp ladies looking forward to Munster football finalTipp ladies looking forward to Munster football final
Their manager Shane Ronayne says he thinks the girls will be ready for the challenge. Tipp ladies footballers are looking ahead to their Munster final meeting with Clare, following an impressive win over Limerick.They defeated the Treaty county on a huge scoreline – it finished up 8-16 to 1-3 – to continue their unbeaten run this year.The squad won’t dwell on the win, however, and are already looking ahead to the Munster final. Photo © Ladies Football Facebook