John McGrath in action for Tipp
With two teams in Sunday's All-Ireland Finals, demand in the county has never been as high.
Demand for tickets for Sunday's All-Ireland senior and minor hurling finals has never been as high with Tipperary in both deciders against Limerick and Kilkenny respectively.
Tickets have been given out through the clubs of the county and there is hope that more will accrue towards the end of the week. However, with such demand, an allocation of 30,000 to Tipp would hardly have satisfied the demand - the county received roughly half of that and it means that supporters will be scouring the country in search of the precious tickets.
The Premier County is in with a chance of winning the minor and senior double for the first time since 1949 - the last time they were in both deciders in the same year was 1991, winning the senior against Kilkenny, but losing the minor to the same opposition.
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