On Sunday 7 September 2014, Kilkenny and Tipperary played out one of the most thrilling All-Ireland finals in modern times, the game concluding at 3-22 to 1-28 setting up a return date on Saturday 27 September.
Kilkenny made sure of the victory at the second attempt, dispatching Tipperary by three points to win 2-17 to 2-14 and secure their 35th All-Ireland final win.
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The final has been described by many as the greatest final in history and also the greatest hurling match in history. Check out where it ranks in our article on Brian Codys greatest victories, or where the 2014 side ranks in last decades best All Ireland winning teams.
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It was their 35th All-Ireland title and the 10th senior All-Ireland of Brian Cody’s managerial career the 10th All-Ireland of Henry Shefflin’s playing career.
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