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Liam Sheedy Personal information Irish name Liam Ó Siodaigh Sport Hurling Position Left wing-back Born 24 October 1969 (1969-10-24) (age 41) Portroe, County Tipperary, Ireland Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Occupation Bank official Club(s) Years Club 1980s–2000s Portroe Club Titles Tipperary titles 0 Inter-county(ies) Years County Apps (scores) 1997–1999 Tipperary 7 (0-00) Inter-county titles Munster titles 0 All Irelands 0 NHL 1 All Stars 0 Liam Sheedy (born 24 October 1969 in Portroe, County Tipperary, Ireland) is an Irish former hurler and manager. He played for his local club Portroe and was a member of the Tipperary senior inter-county team from 1997 until 1999. Sheedy served as manager of the Tipperary senior team from 2007 until 2010. Contents 1 Playing career 1.1 Club 1.2 Minor, under-21 & junior 1.3 Senior 2 Management career 2.1 Early managerial career 2.2 Managing Tipperary 2.2.1 2008: League & Munster titles 2.3 2009 2.4 2010 3 Honours 3.1 Player 3.1.1 Tipperary 3.2 Manager 3.2.1 Tipperary 3.3 Awards 4 References 5 External links 6 Teams Playing career Club Sheedy played his club hurling with his local club in Portroe and enjoyed some success. The highlight of his club hurling career came in 1990 when he captured a county title at intermediate level with Portroe. Minor, under-21 & junior Sheedy first came to prominence on the inter-county scene in the early 1980s as a member of the Tipperary under-16 team. He won a Munster title at this level before later joining the county minor team. Here he enjoyed much more success, winning a Munster title with the team in 1987.[1] Sheedy later lined out in the All-Ireland final with Leinster champions Offaly providing the opposition. It was a disappointing day for Tipp as Sheedy’s side lost by 2–8 to 0–12.[2] Two years later in 1989 Sheedy was a key member of the Tipperary under-21 team. That year he collected a Munster title in that grade following a 5–16 to 1–6 trouncing of Limerick.[3] The subsequent All-Ireland final pitted Tipperary against Offaly. On this occasion Sheedy ended up on the winning side as Tipp won by 4–10 to 3–11.[4] This victory gave him a coveted All-Ireland under-21 medal. In 1990 Sheedy captured a second consecutive Munster title in the under-21 grade following another heavy defeat of Limerick.[5] He later lined out in a second consecutive All-Ireland final. On this occasion Kilkenny were the opponents, however, Sheedy’s side were defeated by 2–11 to 1–11 on this occasion.[6] By this stage Sheedy had also joined the Tipperary junior hurling team. He captured a Munster title in this grade in 1989 following a 2–14 to 2–8 defeat of Cork.[7] He later lined out in the All-Ireland final with Galway providing the opposition. It was a successful day for Sheedy as Tipp defeated the men from the west by 0–12 to 0–8 to take the All-Ireland title.[8] Two years later in 1991 Sheedy added a second Munster junior title to his collection after an exciting draw and a replay with Cork.[9] After a defeat of Kilkenny in the ‘home’ All-Ireland final Tipp later took on London in the All-Ireland proper. A 4–17 to 1–5 trouncing gave Sheedy his second All-Ireland medal at junior level.[10] Senior While still a member of both the Tipperary under-21 and junior hurling teams Sheedy joined the senior team. He made his debut in 1989 in a National Hurling League game against Dublin. In spite of this Sheedy was still not chosen on the Tipp senior team in the championship until 1997. That year he lined out in his first provincial decider. Clare provided the opposition on that occasion, however, it was an occasion to forget for Sheddy as Tipp lost a close and exciting game by 1–18 to 0–18.[11] The introduction of the new ‘back-door’ system resulted in both Clare and Tipperary meeting for the second time in the first all-Munster All-Ireland final. The game itself was one of the best of the decade. Clare were well on top for much of the game, however, Liam Cahill and Eugene O’Neill scored twice for Tipp in the last ten minutes. John Leahy missed a goal chance in the last minute. At the full-time whistle Clare were deserving winners by a single point – 0–20 to 2–13.[12] Sheedy added a National League medal to his collection in 1999; however, success in the championship still eluded him.[13] He lined out in the National League final again in 2000, however, Tipp lost out to Galway. After failing to make an appearance in the championship that year Sheedy retired from inter-county hurling. Management career Early managerial career Shortly after his retirement from playing, Sheedy became involved in team management. In 2000 he took charge of the Tipperary intermediate hurling team and enjoyed some initial success. He guided his team to the Munster title in this grade in 2000 following a 1–19 to 0–15 defeat of Cork.[14] Sheedy’s side later qualified for the All-Ireland final where Galway were the opponents. Tipp were successful on that occasion and trounced the men from the west by 2–17 to 1–10 to take the All-Ireland title.[15] It was Sheedy’s first major success as a manager. In 2005 Sheedy took charge of the Tipperary minor hurling team. His first season in charge was an unsuccessful one. In 2006 things didn't seem to be better as Tipp lost the Munster final to Cork. Tipp, however, later reached the All-Ireland final via the 'back-door system.' Galway provided the opposition on that occasion; however, Tipperary won the game by 2–18 to 2–7.[16] Managing Tipperary 2008: League & Munster titles Sheedy’s performance as manager of the Tipperary minor team brought him to the attention of the county board when they were looking for a successor to Michael 'Babs' Keating as manager of the county senior team. In spite of a number of high profile names being mentioned, including Davy Fitzgerald and Declan Ryan, Sheedy was appointed manager in September 2007.[17][18] Sheedy's term in charge of the Tipperary senior team got off to a good start. In early 2008 his side breezed through the Waterford Crystal Cup before defeating Waterford by 3–13 to 0–13 in the final.[19] Tipp were undefeated in that competition. In the National Hurling League Tipp's run of success continued. Sheedy's side defeated Laois, Offaly and Limerick and drew with Galway and Clare to come second in Division 1B. The team later defeated Waterford in the quarter-final and Kilkenny in the semi-final of the competition, resulting in a league final showdown with Galway. The final was a tough, competitive game with Tipp preserving their unbeaten record in 2008 by defeating Galway on a score line of 3–18 to 3–16.[20] Sheedy's next competitive game in charge was a Munster semi-final showdown with Cork on June 8. The omens pointed to a Cork victory as Tipp hadn't defeated Cork in the championship in Cork since 1923. On this occasion, however, Tipp broke the hoodoo and defeated 'the Rebels' by 1–19 to 1–13.[21] Tipperary later continued their unbeaten run with a 2–21 to 0–19 defeat of Clare in the Munster final.[22] It was Tipp's first provincial final victory since 2001 and it gave the team a save passage into the All-Ireland semi-final. Waterford, the perennial losers at this stage of the competition over the last decade, provided the opposition on this occasion, however, it was a different story for the men from the Déise. At the full-time whistle Waterford had broken their semi-final hoodoo and defeated Tipp by 1–20 to 1–18.[23] After the success of his first term in charge Sheedy was unanimously appointed for a second term for the 2009 season.[24] 2009 On 12 July 2009, Sheedy guided Tipperary to their second Munster title in a row with a 4–14 to 2–16 win over Waterford in Thurles.[25] Tipperary went on to defeat Limerick in the All Ireland Semi-Final by 6–19 to 2–7 on 16 August 2009, to set up a final meeting with Kilkenny.[26] Sheedy revealed that his side have used the memory of the 2008 All-Ireland hurling semi-final defeat to Waterford as a motivational tool for the semi-final in 2009, he said 'There was a lot of hurt in our dressing room this time last year, the 17th of August was anything but a nice day and it hurt a lot of us, We waited a year to get back up here and redeem ourselves.'[27] In the final on the 6 September, Tipperary lost to Kilkenny by 2–22 to 0–23 in a match described as one of the best finals ever.[28] After the game Sheedy commented on the game and Kilkenny saying "“I felt the lads really gave it everything. We just needed a goal at some stage to really kick on, push on. We’d one or two chances, but found PJ Ryan on a very good day today, but these lads have done everything I’ve asked of them in last eight months, everything I could possible want them to, so to just come up short is very, very disappointing, we knew we were facing the best team in probably the history of the game".[29] 2010 On 30 May, Tipperary started the 2010 Munster Championship with a quarter final defeat to Cork in Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Tipperary lost the game by 3–15 to 0–14, the county’s biggest defeat to Cork in 68 years.[30] After the game Sheedy was criticised over the collapse to Cork by former manager Babs Keating who said that "I think if Liam and his selectors sat down with us at that stage for a couple of hours, they needn't necessarily have taken our ideas on board, that he could have taken a few shortcuts along the way and he'd be in a better position today than he is".[31] On 3 July, in the All-Ireland SHC phase 1 qualifier, Tipperary comfortably won by 3–24 to 0–19 against Wexford at Semple Stadium to advance to the next phase of qualifiers.[32] In the next round on 18 July , Tipperay defeated Offaly by 0–21 to 1–12 to advance to the quarter finals.[33] On 25 July, Tipperary met Galway in the quarter final's at Croke Park. In what was generally described as the best game of the year so far, Tipperay won by 3–17 to 3–16 with a late winning point coming from Lar Corbett.[34][35] In the semi final on 15 August at Croke Park, Tipperary defeated Munster rivals Waterford by 3–19 to 1–18 to set up a second All Ireland final in a row against Kilkenny.[36] On 5 September, Sheedy managed Tipperary to win their 26th All Ireland title, beating reigning champions Killkenny by 4–17 to 1–18 in the final, preventing Kilkenny from achieving an historic 5-in-a-row.[37] On 7 October 2010 it was announced that Sheedy would be stepping down from his position as Tipperary manager.[38] Sheedy and his selectors, who found themselves working up to 16 hours a day during their three-year term, cited work commitments as the reason for stepping down and Sheedy thanked the board for their “top class” support.[39] Sheedy was named the Philips Sports Manager of the Year for 2010.[40][41] Honours Player Tipperary All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship: Winner (0): Runner-up (1): 1997 Munster Senior Hurling Championship: Winner (0): Runner-up (1): 1997 National Hurling League: Winner (1): 1999 Runner-up (1): 2000 All-Ireland Junior Hurling Championship: Winner (2): 1989, 1991 Munster Junior Hurling Championship: Winner (2): 1989, 1991 All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling Championship: Winner (1): 1989 Runner-up (1): 1990 Munster Under-21 Hurling Championship: Winner (2): 1989, 1990 All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship: Winner (0) Runner-up (1): 1987 Munster Minor Hurling Championship: Winner (1): 1987 Manager Tipperary All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship: Winner (1): 2010 Runner-up (1): 2009 Munster Senior Hurling Championship: Winner (2): 2008, 2009 National Hurling League: Winner (1): 2008 Runner-up (1): 2009 Waterford Crystal Cup: Winner (1): 2008 Runner-up (1): 2009 All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship: Winner (1): 2006 Awards 2010 Philips Sports Manager of the Year[42] References ^ Des, Donegan (2005). 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RTÉ Sport. 2008-08-17. http://www.rte.ie/sport/gaa/championship/2008/0817/tipperary_waterford.html. Retrieved 2008-10-31.  ^ "Reappointment of Tipp's Sheedy 'a formality'". Irish Independent. 2008-08-27. http://www.independent.ie/sport/hurling/reappointment-of-tipps-sheedy-a-formality-1463797.html. Retrieved 2008-10-31.  ^ "Classy Corbett Tipps the scales". Irish Independent. 2009-07-13. http://www.independent.ie/sport/gaa-championships/hurling/classy-corbett-tipps-the-scales-1818855.html. Retrieved 2009-07-14.  ^ "Tipperary 6–19 Limerick 2-07". RTÉ Sport. 2009-08-16. http://www.rte.ie/sport/gaa/championship/2009/0816/tipperary_limerick.html. Retrieved 2009-08-26.  ^ "Sheedy: Tipp driven by 2008 defeat". RTÉ Sport. 2009-08-16. http://www.rte.ie/sport/gaa/championship/2009/0817/tipperary.html. Retrieved 2009-08-26.  ^ "Kilkenny cement their greatness". Irish Independent. 2009-09-07. http://www.independent.ie/sport/hurling/kilkenny-cementtheir-greatness-1879828.html. Retrieved 2009-09-10.  ^ "Sheedy and Kelly promise Tipperary will come back stronger". Irish Times. 2009-09-07. http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/sport/2009/0907/1224254000520.html. Retrieved 2009-09-10.  ^ "Cork expose Tipp failings in ruthless fashion". The Irish Times (Irish Times Trust). 2010-05-31. http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/sport/2010/0531/1224271505325.html. Retrieved 2010-06-01.  ^ "'Babs' criticises Sheedy over Cork collapse". Irish Examiner (Thomas Crosbie Holdings). 2010-06-01. http://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/sport/babs-criticises-sheedy-over-cork-collapse-459952.html. Retrieved 2010-06-01.  ^ "Tipperary hurlers too strong for Wexford". Irish Examiner (Thomas Crosbie Holdings). 2010-07-03. http://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/sport/tipperary-hurlers-too-strong-for-wexford-464089.html. Retrieved 2010-07-07.  ^ "Tipperary never under serious threat". The Irish Times (Irish Times Trust). 2010-07-19. http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/sport/2010/0719/1224275018186.html. Retrieved 2010-07-26.  ^ Humphries, Tom (2010-07-26). "Corbett's last coup closes out an epic". The Irish Times (Irish Times Trust). http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/sport/2010/0726/1224275467773.html. Retrieved 2010-07-26.  ^ Breheny, Martin (2010-07-26). "Maher dictates another tale of woe for Galway". Irish Independent (Independent News & Media). http://www.independent.ie/sport/hurling/maher-dictates-another-tale-of-woe-for-galway-2272394.html. Retrieved 2010-07-26.  ^ "Tipperary to meet Kilkenny once more". The Irish Times (Irish Times Trust). 2010-08-15. http://www.irishtimes.com/sports/gaa/2010/0815/1224276867412.html. Retrieved 2010-09-09.  ^ Breheny, Martin (2010-09-06). "Rampant Tipp deny Cats immortality". Irish Independent (Independent News & Media). http://www.independent.ie/sport/hurling/rampant-tipp-deny-cats-immortality-2326052.html. Retrieved 2010-09-08.  ^ "Liam Sheedy steps down from Tipp post". RTÉ Sport (Raidió Teilifís Éireann). 2010-10-07. http://www.rte.ie/sport/gaa/championship/2010/1007/sheedyl_tipperary.html. Retrieved 2010-10-07.  ^ O'Reilly, Noel (2010-10-07). "Sheedy steps down as Tipp manager". The Irish Times (Irish Times Trust). http://www.irishtimes.com/sports/gaa/2010/1007/1224280589873.html. Retrieved 2010-10-07.  ^ "Sheedy claims top managerial award". RTÉ Sport (Raidió Teilifís Éireann). 2010-12-15. http://www.rte.ie/sport/gaa/championship/2010/1215/sheedyl.html. Retrieved 2010-12-15.  ^ "Sheedy open to return". Irish Independent (Independent News & Media). 2010-12-18. http://www.independent.ie/sport/gaelic-football/sheedy-open-to-return-2465800.html. Retrieved 2010-12-22.  ^ "Sheedy named manager of the year". Irish Times. 2010-12-15. http://www.irishtimes.com/sports/other/2010/1215/1224285644519.html. Retrieved 2010-12-15.  Achievements Preceded by Brian Cody (Kilkenny) All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final winning manager 2010 Succeeded by Incumbent Sporting positions Preceded by Paddy McCormack Tipperary Minor Hurling Manager 2005–2006 Succeeded by Declan Ryan Preceded by Michael 'Babs' Keating Tipperary Senior Hurling Manager 2007–2010 Succeeded by Declan Ryan External links Profile of Liam Sheedy Teams  Liam Sheedy's teams v · d · eTipperary - All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling Champions 1989 (7th title) 1 B. Bane | 2 L. Sheedy | 3 M. Ryan | 4 G. Frend | 5 C. Bonnar | 6 J. Madden | 7 S. Maher | 8 J. Leahy | 9 D. Ryan (c) | 10 P. Hogan | 11 C. Stakelum | 12 D. Ryan | 13 M. Nolan | 14 D. Quirke | 15 T. Lanigan | Subs used: J. Cahill | K. Ryan | D. Lyons | v · d · eTipperary - All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Runners-up 1997 1 B. Cummins | 2 P. Shelly | 3 N. Sheehy | 4 M. Ryan | 5 L. Sheedy | 6 Colm Bonnar | 7 Conal Bonnar | 8 T. Dunne | 9 C. Gleeson (C) | 10 L. McGrath | 11 D. Ryan | 12 J. Leahy | 13 M. Cleary | 14 E. O'Neill | 15 B. O'Meara | Subs used: A. Ryan | L. Cahill | Subs not used: K. O'Sullivan | A. Flanagan | P. Delaney | B. Carroll | B. Gaynor | G. Frend | R. Ryan | A. Butler | K. Tucker | Manager: L. Gaynor Reference: Tipperary GAA Archives Database searchable by team, year and/or player name. v · d · eTipperary - National Hurling League Champions 1999 (17th title) 1 B. Cummins | 2 D. Fahy | 3 F. Heaney | 4 L. Sheedy | 5 B. Horgan | 6 D. Kennedy | 7 E. Corcoran | 8 E. Enright | 9 D. Carr | 10 T. Dunne(C) | 11 D. Ryan | 12 B. O'Meara  | 13 L. Cahill | 14 P. Shelly | 15 J. Leahy | Subs used: Conal Bonnar, G. Maguire, C. Gleeson  | Manager: N. English Reference: Tipperary GAA Archives Database searchable by team, year and/or player name. v · d · eTipperary - All-Ireland Minor Hurling Champions 2006 (18th title) 1 J. Ryan | 2 M. Cahill | 3 P. Maher | 4 B. Maher | 5 E. Hogan | 6 T. Stapleton | 7 J. O'Keeffe | 8 J. McLoughney(C) | 9 G. Ryan | 10 S. Hennessy | 11 T. McGrath | 12 N. Bergin | 13 P. Bourke | 14 T. Dunne | 15 T. Dalton | Subs used: M. Gleeson | S. Callanan | Manager: L. Sheedy v · d · eTipperary - National Hurling League Champions 2008 (19th title) 1 B. Cummins | 2 É. Buckley | 3 P. Curran | 4 C. O'Brien | 5 É. Corcoran | 6 C. O'Mahoney | 7 S. Maher | 8 B. Dunne | 9 S. McGrath | 10 S. Butler | 11 R. O'Dwyer | 12 J. Woodlock | 13 E. Kelly (Playing Capt.) | 14 L. Corbett | 15 W. Ryan | Subs used: J. O'Brien | A. Byrne | H. Maloney | S. Callanan | D Hickey | Manager: L. Sheedy v · d · eTipperary - All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Runners-up 2009 1 B. Cummins | 2 P. Stapleton | 3 P. Maher | 4 P. Curran | 5 D. Fanning | 6 C. O'Mahony (vc) | 7 B. Maher | 8 J. Woodlock | 9 S. McGrath | 10 P. Kerwick | 11 S. Callanan | 12 J. O'Brien  | 13 N. McGrath | 14 E. Kelly | 15 L. Corbett | Subs: C. O'Brien | M. Webster | D. Gleeson | P. Bourke | É. Buckley | B. Dunne | D. FitzGerald | S. Hennessy | P. Kelly | P. Maher | G. Ryan | W. Ryan (c) | T. Scroope | T. Stapleton | G. Kennedy | S. Maher | D. Egan | H. Maloney | J. Devane | M. Cahill | Manager: L. Sheedy | Coach: É. O'Shea | Selector: M. Ryan | Trainer: C. O'Neill | Reference: Tipperary GAA Archives Database searchable by team, year and/or player name. v · d · eTipperary - All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions 2010 (26th title) 1 B. Cummins | 2 P. Stapleton | 3 P. Curran | 4 M. Cahill | 5 D. Fanning | 6 C. O'Mahony | 7 Pádraic Maher | 8 B. Maher | 9 S. McGrath | 10 G. Ryan | 11 Patrick Maher | 12 J. O'Brien  | 13 N. McGrath | 14 E. Kelly (c) | 15 L. Corbett | Subs used: C. O'Brien for C. O'Mahony | S. Callanan for J. O'Brien | B. Dunne for S. McGrath | S. Hennessy for B. Maher | D. Young for D. Fanning | Subs not used: D. Gleeson | P. Bourke | J. Brennan | D. Egan | T. Hammersley | M. Heffernan | P. Kerwick | S. Maher | H. Maloney | B. O'Meara | Manager: L. Sheedy | Coach: É. O'Shea | Selector: M. Ryan | Trainer: C. O'Neill | Reference: Tipperary GAA Archives Database searchable by team, year and/or player name. v · d · eTipperary Minor Hurling Team Managers P. McCormack (2000–04) · L. Sheedy (2005–06) · D. Ryan (2006–08) · M. O'Leary (2009-) · v · d · eTipperary Senior Hurling Team Managers D. Nealon (?–78) · L. Gaynor (1978–86) · T. Wall (1986) · M. Keating (1986–94) · Fr. T. Fogarty (1994–96) · L. Gaynor (1996–98) · N. English (1998–2002) · M. Doyle (2002–03) · K. Hogan (2003–05) · M. Keating (2005–07) · L. Sheedy (2007–10) · D. Ryan (2010) · v · d · ePhilips Sports Manager of the Year 1982 Pat Henderson | 1983 Brendan Edwards | 1984 Mick O'Dwyer | 1985 Mick Doyle | 1986 Jim McLaughlin | 1987 Jack Charlton | 1988 Jack Charlton | 1989 Jack Charlton | 1990 Billy Morgan and Fr Ml O'Brien | 1991 Pete McGrath | 1992 Brian McEniff | 1993 Jack Charlton | 1994 Eddie Jordan | 1995 Ger Loughnane | 1996 Liam Griffin | 1997 Brian Kerr | 1998 Brian Kerr | 1999 Sean Boylan | 2000 John Oxx | 2001 Mick McCarthy | 2002 Joe Kernan | 2003 Brian Cody | 2004 Eddie O'Sullivan | 2005 Mickey Harte | 2006 Brian Cody | 2007 Paul Doolin | 2008 Declan Kidney | 2009 Declan Kidney | 2010 Liam Sheedy | Persondata Name Sheedy, Liam Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1969-10-24 Place of birth Portroe, County Tipperary Date of death Place of death