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Uploaded on Mar 5, 2011
Tipperary 4-24 : Antrim 3-09
Tipperary are on the verge of a first All-Ireland in 18 years and Antrim are in a first final since 1943 after a blazing semi-final defeat of Offaly. Under Babs Keating's management Tipp have finally overcome their arch rivals Galway in a bad-tempered encounter, overshadowed by the controversial suspension of Tony Keady. This will be a colourful occasion and regardless of result a celebration for Ulster hurling.
1989 All-Ireland Final Tipp 4-24 Antrim 3-9 Croke Park 1 Ken Hogan Lorrha 2 3 4 John Heffernan Conor O'Donovan Noel Sheehy Eire Og Nenagh Eire Og Nenagh Silvermines 5 6 7 Conal Bonnar Bobby Ryan (Capt.) John Kennedy Cashel King Cormacs Borris-Ileigh Clonoulty/Rossmore 8 & 9 Colm Bonnar/Declan Carr (0-2) Cashel/Holycross-Ballycahill 10 11 12 Michael Cleary (0-2) Declan Ryan (1-3) John Leahy (0-3) Eire Og Nenagh Clonoulty/Rossmore Mullinahone 13 14 15 Pat Fox (1-2) Cormac Bonnar Nicholas English (2-12) Eire Og Annacarty Cashel King Cormacs Lattin/Cullen On Off Subs : Joe Hayes (Clonoulty-Rossmore) Cormac Bonnar Donie O'Connell (Killenaule) John Leahy Aidan Ryan (Borris-Ileigh) Michael Cleary Other Subs : John Leamy (Golden-Kilfeacle) Pat McGrath (Loughmore-Castleiney) John Cormack (Loughmore-Castleiney) John Madden (Lorrha) Richard Stakelum (Borris-Ileigh)