Check out our recap of 10 significant moments in Tipperary's 2-29 to 2-20 victory over Kilkenny in the All-Ireland SHC final at HQ. 

16 mins Séamus Callanan contrived to miss the easiest of scores. It wasn’t strictly a ‘miss’ as Cillian Buckley stopped the effort on the line. It sort of summed up Tipp’s half, one which they went on to dominate, but they were to lead by just two points at the break. Kilkenny 0-06 Tipperary 0-06

18 mins Colin Fennelly spurned a great goal chance. Darren Gleeson deserved some credit for making the save, but Fennelly made it all too easy him, driving his shot into the Croke Park turf. Kilkenny 0-06 Tipperary 0-06

34 mins Callanan conjures up one of the scores of the half. He pivoted in a central position after controlling the sliotar with a majestic first touch, and blazed just over the bar. Kilkenny 0-12 Tipperary 0-13 

39 mins Thou shalt not pass! Colin Fennelly bore down on goal, but the Tipperary defence swarmed en masse and Fennelly ended up flummoxed after running into a wall of blue. Kilkenny 0-14 Tipperary 0-15

42 mins Kevin Kelly found the back of the net in his first All-Ireland final for Kilkenny. Liam Blanchfield’s mishit spilled kindly into the path of the St Patrick’s man, who possibly never scored an easier goal. Kilkenny 1-14 Tipperary 0-15

48 mins Bubbles blew the Kilkenny defence to smithereens. John O’Dwyer’s marauding run culminated in a drive to the bottom right of the net. The Premier County’s response to Kilkenny’s goal proved to be immense. Kilkenny 1-14 Tipperary 1-18

49 mins Oh Bubbles! O’Dwyer showed great vision in his goal a minute earlier, but a blinkered approach here prevented another goal. He drew Gleeson and a Tipp defender and as a result Callanan was free in front of goal. However, Bubbles never found his team-mate. Kilkenny 1-14 Tipperary 1-18

55 mins Kilkenny really needed a goal. Kevin Kelly was in a wonderful position to provide it, but Darren Gleeson made himself big and pulled off a fine save. Kilkenny 1-16 Tipperary 1-22

61 mins Tipp’s second goal of the game was a family affair. Noel McGrath released brother John, who found the top left corner of the Kilkenny goal with laser-like precision. Kilkenny 1-16 Tipperary 2-22

62 mins Richie Hogan fired through a sea of bodies to keep their faint, faint hopes alive. However, that porous defence made a comeback impossible. Kilkenny 2-16 Tipperary 2-22