Larry Corbett of Tipperary in the 2010 final.
Gaelic Football, Hurling and Rugby.
The 2011 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final attracted an audience share of almost 75 per cent, with three quarters of the available audience watching the final from beginning to end.
No county has lost three All-Ireland Hurling finals in a row. Lots have lost two in a row, but no county has lost three in a row.
Hurling has at least three meanings. It can mean getting sick by vomitting. It can mean throwing something. It is the name of the fastest field game in the world, one of Ireland's national sports.
Galway lost the All-Ireland Football finals of 1940, 1941 and 1942. No county has lost three All-Ireland Hurling finals in a row.
Scotland, Ireland Wales.
The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Tipperary have never won four All-Ireland Senior Hurling Titles in a row. They have twice won three in a row in 1898, 1899, 1900 and also in 1949, 1950, 1951.
All counties of Ulster are in Ireland. What you mean is which three counties are not in Northern Ireland. Donegal, Cavan and Monaghan are in Ulster, but not in Northern Ireland.
A group of Celtic peoples inhabiting Ireland and parts of the UK. The Gaels were originally the Celtic group who inhabited Ireland. They later spread to Britain, particularly Scotland and the Isle of Man. These are the three places where Gaelic languages are spoken. Anyone from Ireland, Scotland or the Isle of Man might be described as a Gael. In modern Ireland, 'Gael' is sometimes also used to describe someone who plays one of Ireland's most popular sports, the national sports of Gaelic football and hurling.
There is no prize for the 2nd and 3rd place in final three. It depends what season. The first place gets $1,000,000! GO JET AND CORD!!