Tipp FM’s live coverage of the match gets underway at 10 to 2 tomorrow and will be brought to you in association with Tipperary Renault dot ie That’s according to manager Liam Kearns, whose side face the Lilywhites at the Sportsfield in Clonmel.Tipp are currently fourth in the Division 3 table with 6 points – the top two at the end of the seven game campaign will go up.Liam says the results last time out means a number of counties are in with a chance of securing a place in Division 2 next year.
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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreen Last Updated: 15th October, 2019 23:32 IST WC Silver Is A Tight Slap On My Detractors’ Face: Manju Rani Women’s World Boxing Championship silver medal winner Manju Rani talks about her struggles and missions during an exclusive interview to RepublicTV on Tuesday. COMMENT LIVE TV Fire in her eyes refusing to douse, as the ignition is, from her within. She was on a roll winning bouts after bouts shrugging off big names with utter disdain. Now, she is on a mission to prove herself right and her detractors wrong. “No one gave me a chance. No one thought I would win. No one used to give me any value any respect. I was ridiculed and humiliated. People used to say Iss Ladki main Dum Nahi hai (This girl does not have enough power). Now, what will they say? My medal is a tight slap on their face. I have proved that I am a champion,” Manju Rani told Republic TV in an exclusive interview on Tuesday after returning from the World Championship. Manju Rani’s brilliant debut campaign in 48kg at the Women’s World Boxing Championships culminated in a silver medal.On her struggleRecalling her struggle and ordeal, Manju said: “All those memories are coming before my eyes. At times no food to eat. No electricity. No water. I had to go through extreme poverty. I did not have gloves and shoes to wear. I practised bare-footed and borrowed gloves from others. I was not allowed entry into many coaching centres and district and state tournaments. I was a victim of dirty politics. We had to shift places. We moved to Punjab from Haryana. I had to struggle a lot.”Read: Manju Rani rewrites history with a silver on World Championship debutCoach Sube Singh Beniwal’s commentManju’s coach Sube Singh Beniwal had told Republic TV on Sunday: ‘Its an unbelievable story of struggle, strength, commitment and talent. I spotted her at the age of 12 when she used to box for fun. I knew that I was seeing something special.and this child was destined for glory. I trained her and then Politics in sports was trying to sabotage everything. We shifted her to participate from Punjab and in no time she became the state and then national champion but even I did not think she would achieve this in her very first World Championship.” And this is just beginning. Manju Rani, who made history by becoming the first Indian since MC Mary Kom to win a silver medal in her maiden World Boxing Championship, said that she was not losing her sleep over it and only thinking about the future ahead.Read: Mary Kom forced to “settle” for bronze, Manju Rani reaches WC finalManju Rani’s spirit during the tournamentThe Haryana girl was fantastic throughout the tournament. Showing no nerves in her maiden appearance at this elite tournament, she refused to be intimidated by the bigger names of the sport. Her spirit and zeal were evident in ample amounts when the Strandja Cup silver medallist pulled off a stunning upset win over the top seed Kim Hyang of North Korea in the quarter-finals. She took that confidence into the semis and avenged her Thailand Open semi-final defeat to former World Championships bronze medallist Chuthamat Raksat of Thailand.Read: Manju Rani enters quarters, Bamboriya loses in WCAbout Manju RaniIn January this year, her journey for glory began when she won the national championship in Vijaynagar in her maiden effort followed by a silver medal in the 70th Strandia Memorial in Sofia and then back to back bronze medals in India Open and Thailand Open. After her heroics in World Championship, her Olympic dream will mean a change in not just intensity but weight category as well as unfortunately, Manju won’t be able to participate in 2020 Tokyo Games as 48 kg is no longer an Olympic medal category. But she is already planning for the 2024 Paris and 2028 Los Angeles Olympics.Read: Manju Rani, Jamuna Boro assure two more medals in World Championship 10 months ago Manju Rani rewrites history with a silver on World Championship debut FOLLOW US First Published: 15th October, 2019 23:32 IST 10 months ago Manju Rani, Jamuna Boro assure two more medals in World Championship WE RECOMMEND 10 months ago Mary Kom forced to “settle” for bronze, Manju Rani reaches WC final Written By Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00Loaded: 0%Duration 0:00Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedSubtitlessubtitles settings, opens subtitles settings dialogsubtitles off, selectedAudio TrackQuality LevelsFullscreenThis is a modal window. 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Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error CLIPPERS at BUCKSTip-off: 5 p.m.TV/Radio: Prime Ticket, The Beast 980AMUpdate: The Clippers are coming off a 110-106 victory Monday at Minnesota. It was their second consecutive victory and fifth in their past six games. But they are still just 12-9 and of those five victories, none came against an elite team — though Saturday’s win over Orlando came against a good team. … The other good news is the Clippers on Monday saw the return of starting guards Chris Paul and J.J. Redick. Paul had missed the previous two games with inflamed rib cartilage, Redick had missed all but 17 seconds of those game games with a sprained right ankle. Redick shot just 1 of 9 Monday, but made all 11 of his free throws. “My wind was good,” Redick said. “It’s about rhythm. I’ve had two separate weeks out of the last four weeks where I haven’t been able to literally do anything with the basketball.” Redick previously missed three games with back spasms, Paul missed three others with a groin strain. … Sixth-man Jamal Crawford has had two good shooting games in a row, making 10 of 15 from 3-point range. … The Bucks (9-13) have won two consecutive games under coach Jason Kidd. They are led in scoring by 6-foot-11 forward Giannis Antetokounmpo, who is averaging 16.0 points, 6.4 rebounds and 2.6 assists. Center Greg Monroe is averaging 15.8 points and 9.9 rebounds. … Milwaukee is shooting 35.9 percent from 3-point range, eighth in the league. The Clippers are at 32.6 percent, tied with Dallas for 23rd.