It's a week that keeps on giving for Tipperary's Jake Morris.

On Sunday last, he came on as a substitute as the Premier County stormed to All-Ireland senior success against Kilkenny. 

Six days later, the Nenagh Éire Óg clubman was to the fore, firing over eight points as Tipp retained their All-Ireland U20 hurling crown when defeating Cork at the LIT Gaelic Grounds.

"It's what dreams are made of to win two All-Irelands in one week," Morris revealed to RTÉ Sport's Martin Kiely after the 11-point win over the Rebels.

"Many players go through their careers without winning any. I am very privileged to be part of two great set ups. We have worked very hard in both set ups.

"I was very focused all week in the build-up to this game. That said, it was difficult at times after the euphoria of last Sunday and in the first five minutes I was a bit leggy, getting used to the surroundings and all that.

"Look, i'm absolutely thrilled now; this has been the best week of my life."

Jake Morris is adding to his collection of All-Ireland medals 

Four goals inside the first eight minutes set Tipp' on their way as they certainly made hay in their quest to make a bright start.

"Liam Cahill (Tipperary manager) really drilled into us the importance of starting well," Morris added.

"We blitzed Cork in that opening period and it was hard for them to come back with us 12 points up. In the end, maybe the scoreline didn't do them justice because they are a fabulous side."

Morris also mentioned the importance of club in his career so far.

"It''s a proud day for Nenagh Éire Óg as I'm after winning an All-Ireland medal with my best friend Conor McCarthy and I went to primary school with Craig Morgan. 

"And then you had what Barry Heffernan did last Sunday. 

"It's a great privilege to bring all-Ireland medals back to your club."