Kiladangan have won their first-ever Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship crown, scoring a goal in the last minute of extra time to beat Loughmore-Castleiney on a scoreline of 1-28 to 3-20.
Prior to the match, both sides were looking to end title droughts, with Loughmore-Castleiney looking for their first crown since 2013, while last year's beaten finalists Kiladangan had never won the crown.
Loughmore started strongly with an early goal from Evan Sweeney, finishing well after a goal-mouth scramble. Things got even better shortly after when they found the back of the net again in the 19th minute, Tomás McGrath raising the green flag this time, and a third goal arrived a few minutes later.
While Loughmore-Castleiney were prolific with their goal-scoring chances, Kiladangan continued to chip away at the scoreboard and stayed in contention throughout.
What a finish - FBD Insurance Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship Final (FT-AET) Kiladangan 1-28 Loughmore-Castleiney 3-20 A Bryan McLoughey last gasp goal wins Kiladangan their first ever county title in epic fashion. Thanks to both teams for such a superb game
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With 12 minutes remaining in normal time, Paul Flynn gave Kiladangan the lead as they looked to be on the brink of a first-ever county title, holding onto a one-point lead in injury time.
However, Noel McGrath stepped up and produced a wonderful long-range point from the sideline to send the game to extra time.
However, it was to be Kiladangan's day in the most dramatic circumstances.
Trailing by a point as extra-time entered its final moments, a memorable goal from Bryan McLoughney with the last puc of the game was enough to secure the win.
Take a look as the drama unfolds.
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