Kiladangan joint-captains Darragh Egan and Alan Flynn pictured alongside county final referee John McCormack and Thurles Sarsfields captain Pádraic Maher.
You simply can't miss out on this week's edition of the Tipperary Star - we lead with Noel Dundon's report concerning the 'shafting' of Our Lady's Hospital, Cashel.
Fears are growing for the future of the ambulance fleet in North Tipperary while Councillor Tom Woods has called for unity in a bid to get Minister for Health Simon Harris to Cashel.
In a heart-warming story the Newport community is rallying to help toddler Evan Jones who has been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer while our Templemore pages feature an appreciation of the late Francis Bourke from Knockinroe.
The Abbey Court Hotel in Nenagh has come to the rescue for a Cashel couple on their wedding day and North Tipperary dairy farmers secure top prize while a new global company has emerged from the pit of Lisheen Mine.
The James O'Donoghue Hall burst with pride as CBS as past pupils bring the house down, Stapleton's Bakery in Roscrea win top food award while Tipperary food and drink producers have swept the boards at Blas na hÉireann.
In sport we report on all the action as the respective hurling and football championships race to a frantic conclusion while Noel Dundon previews next Sunday's eagerly-anticipated county senior hurling final between Thurles Sarsfields and Kiladangan. The minor final between JK Bracken's and St Mary's Clonmel will entertain the crowd as a precursor to the senior decider while the Tipperary Star, in association with the County Board, will also mark the achievements of the 1991 county title-winning Cashel King Cormacs.
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