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It was 7 points to 5 in Tipp’s favour at half time. The game finished with Tipp running out 1-12 to 1-9 winners. Dean Lonergan got the vital goal for Tipp in the game with Annacarthy’s Kevin Fox top scorer with four points for Tipp.