Jerome Cahilll (Kilruane MacDonaghs), Paddy Cadell (JK Brackens) and Jake Morris (Nenagh Éire Óg) won the All Ireland SHC and the inaugural U20 championship medals in one week. They hold the James Nowlan Cup (U20) and Liam MacCarthy Cup (SHC) at the homecoming for the U20 hurlers in Cloughjordan.

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Concern over new garda division – Local concerns raised over plan to merge Tipperary Garda Division with Clare in national restructuring of the force;


Shannondoc issues call for political support to stave off cuts to the out-of-hours GP service;


Planning permission granted for solar farm outside Nenagh, and for a new coffee kiosk at Stereame;


Gardaí investigating vandalism at Methodist Church in Cloughjordan;


Bishop of Killaloe pays tribute to the late Fr Tom Seymour at Funeral Mass;


Celebrity authors announced for the 2019 Dromineer Nenagh Literary Festival;


Launch of 'A Taste of Lough Derg';


Walking around Nenagh with local guide and historian Kevin Whelan;


Pearse and Lulu Bergin's annual garden party at Curraquill, Ballycommon, to support CARMHA;


Nenagh author Julian Gough's children's book series is translated into 29 languages;


Roscrea Enhancement Committee Awards;


Roscrea man Adrian Byrne to represent Tipperary on 'Ireland's Ball' ahead of the Rugby World Cup;


Nenagh Éire Óg hosting match between hurling legends from Tipp and Limerick in aid of Alzheimer Society...


You'll also find lots of photos from the victorious Tipp U20s' celebrations and the seniors' homecoming in Portroe in this week's Guardian, which is out now (Cover photo taken by Bridget Delaney).