WATCH: ‘Phenomenal’ atmosphere and Icelandic chanting - it was some night in Thurles

WATCH: ‘Phenomenal’ atmosphere and Icelandic chanting - it was some night in Thurles

There must be some tired heads and bodies around Thurles today, after what looked like an unbelievable homecoming last night.

Tipp FM were there to soak up the atmosphere and chatted to some of the stars of the night to ask how they felt about the reception.

Manager Mick Ryan,wing back Pádraic Maher and All Ireland man of the match Seamus Callanan were all blown away by the excitement and support of the massed crowds of Tipp fans.

And they also took the time to do their version of THE sporting celebration of 2016 - the Icelandic chant.


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