On the face of it, it was a brave statement from Tipperary Manager Michael Ryan - Tipp want the Munster Final and are making no bones about it.
He had just watched his charges clincially put Cork away in the Munster senior hurling quarter final at Semple Stadium, and he knew the win was significant - it was after all, Tipperary's first win over Cork since 1916, in a year ending in a 6.
However, he also knew that more is needed if provincial silverware - the goal for the squad - is to be achieved.
See this weeks Tipperary Star for full reports, analysis and reaction to the win over Cork.
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