Tipperary All Ireland Champions, 1937.
Tipperary beat Kilkenny 3-11 to 0-3. Tipperary and Kilkenny are great rivals to the present day.
Important note: The great Semple Stadium in Thurles is named after legendary hurler Tom Semple, seen at the back row (extreme left).
Back Row (left to right): W. O'Donnell, J. Maher, G. Cornally, J.Ryan, W. Wall, Phil Ryan, J. Lanigan, J. Cooney.
Second Row (left to right): M. Maher, J Gleeson, P. Purcell, J.(Butler) Coffey, D. Murphy, T. Treacy, T. Kennedy.
Front Row (left to right): D. Gorman, G. Doyle, T. Doyle, P. Ryan, T. Putler, W. Barry, P. Maher, D. Mackey.
Tom Semple (R.I.P.), famous captain of the 'Old Blues', is seen at the back row (extreme left) and Capt. Johnny Leahy (R.I.P.), Tipperary County Secretary, is at the extreme right of the same row.
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Dimensions: 16” X 10” approx.