After a thrilling 2014 All Ireland Hurling Final ended in a draw Kilkenny 3-22 Tipperary 1-28, both teams get to do it all again tomorrow.

After a thrilling 2014 All Ireland Hurling Final ended in a draw Kilkenny 3-22 Tipperary 1-28, both teams get to do it all again tomorrow. The hurling replay makes up one half of a great weekend of GAA with the Ladies All Ireland Football Final between Cork and Dublin in Croke Park on Sunday.

To whet the appetite for the hurling final here are those closing dramatic moments from earlier this month. With time almost up John 'Bubbles' O'Dwyer of Tipperary hits a free from inside his own half as 82,179 spectators hold their breath. It is not clear if he has scored until technology through Hawk-Eye provides the verdict.

The 2014 All Ireland Hurling Final was broadcast on 'The Sunday Game Live' 7 September 2014. The match commentator was Ger Canning.

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