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Published: 19:52 | 24/7/16

Kearns thrilled by Tipp win


?Tipperary manager Liam Kearns says Tipp and Clare's All-Ireland qualifier victories on Saturday made it “a fantastic day for Munster”.

Tipp and Clare progressed to the All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals for the first time after beating Derry and Roscommon respectively.

Speaking after the Premier County's 1-21 to 2-17 win over Derry at Breffni Park, Kearns hailed the improvements in Munster football over the past few years.

“Clare have been down in Division Four and so have Tipperary, so I’m thrilled for both of them, he told the Irish Sun.

“They deserve their day in the sun. Munster must now be considered the strongest province with possibly four teams making the quarter-finals.

“So maybe the pundits will have to revise their options a little bit!”

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