Brendan Maher


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Brendan Maher Life

Brendan Maher (born 5 January 1989) is an Irish hurler who competes for Tipperary's Senior Championship club Borris-Ileigh and with the Tipperary senior hurling team.

He usually describes himself as a right wing-back.


Brendan Maher Career

Playing career

Maher came to prominence as a hurler at St Joseph's College in Borrisoleigh. He played in every grade before joining the senior hurling team and being drafted out in many Harty Cup campaigns.

Maher attended Mary Immaculate College in Limerick from 2006 to 2009, and he spent time on the senior hurling team in his second year. When Mary Immaculate College defeated Ulster 1–12 to 1–05 to win the Ryan Cup, he was named man of the match on March 7, 2009, he was named man of the match.

At a young age, Maher joined Borris-Ileigh and competed in all levels, both juvenile and underage. During the 2005 North Tipperary Championship, he joined the club's senior team as a 16-year-old.

Maher was on the bench when Borris-Ileigh defeated Nenagh Éire g in the North Tipperary Championship final on August 7, 2005, but in a late change, he was drafted into the starting 15. After a 1–12 to 0–13 win, he ended the game with a winners' medal.

When Borris-Ileigh revived their rivalry with Nenagh Éire g in the North Tipperary Championship final on September 9, 2007, Maher lined out at right wing-forward. Following a win by 0–19 to 0–16, he earned his second gold medal in three seasons.

When Borris-Ileigh defeated Nenagh Éire g in the North Tipperary Championship final on September 2, 2017, Maher stood out at centre-back. Following the 2–19 defeat to 0–18 triumph, he ended the game with a third winner's medal. Maher was picked at midfield but during the match against Thurles Sarsfields in the Tipperary Senior Championship final on October 8, 2017, he was playing at center-back. In the 1–24 to 0–11 loss, he led the team in five points from frees.

When Borris-Ileigh met Kiladangan in the Tipperary Senior Championship final on November 3, Maher was at center-back. Following the 1–15 to 1–12 triumph, he scored three points, two long-range frees, and received a winners' medal. Maher received a Munster Club Championship medal after putting on a man of the match effort in the 1–12 to 1–11 victory over Ballygunner in the final.

Maher first competed for Tipperary as a member of the minor team in the 2005 Munster Championships. Tipperary was an unused substitute throughout the tournament until he was defeated by Limerick in a 2–14-1-1 loss.

Maher made his first appearance for the team on April 5th, scoring three points from midfield in a 2–13 to 1–08 victory of Clare. He maintained his position at midfield in the Munster final, but he ended up losing after a 2–20 to 1–15 loss to Cork. Tipperary lost in the All-Ireland final after Maher was shifted to left corner-back against Galway. Following his victory by 2–18 to 2–07, he ended the game with a winners' medal.

Maher was eligible for the second and final season of the junior league in 2007 and was named captain of the team. Tipperary defeated Cork 0–18 to 1–11 on July 8, 2007, leaving him at left wing-forward. Maher was switched to midfield for the All-Ireland final against Cork on September 2nd. Following a 3–14 to 2–11 victory, he earned three points from play and claimed his second straight champion's medal.

Maher was drafted into the Tipperary under-21 team in the run-up to the 2008 Munster Championship. In a 1–13 to 0–15 loss to Limerick on July 17, he made his first appearance for the team on July 17, 2008, when he lined out at left corner-back. Maher earned a Munster Championship medal after starting out left wing-back in a tumultuous 1–16–12 win over Clare on July 30, 2008. Tipperary suffered a 2–13 loss to 0–15 defeat by Kilkenny in the All-Ireland final on September 14, 2008, so he kept his position at left wing-back.

Maher took his second Munster Championship medal on July 28, 2010 after lineing out at left wing-back in Tipperary's 1–22 to 1–17 victory over Clare. On September 11, 2010, he was switched to center-back for the All-Ireland final against Galway. Following the 5–22 to 0–12 win in what was his last game in the grade, Maher concluded the game with an All-Ireland medal.

Maher joined the Tipperary senior team ahead of the 2009 National League. In a 2–15 to 0–09 loss of Cork, he made his first appearance for the team on February 14, 2009. Maher came back as an 11th-minute replacement for Declan Fanning in a 2–26 to 4–17 extra-time loss in the National League final on May 3, 2009. In a 1-19 to 0-19 loss of Cork on May 31, 2009, he made his Munster Championship debut on Monday as a 55th-minute substitute for Conor O'Mahony. Maher started the Munster final on the bench on July 12, 2009, but after losing by 4–14 to 2–16, the game was ended with a winners' medal. He was selected at left wing-back for the All-Ireland final against Kilkenny on September 6, 2009, starting his championship career in the All-Ireland semi-final victory over Limerick. Following a 2–22 loss to 0–23 loss, Maher was on the losing side.

Maher was selected at midfield when Tipperary qualified to play Kilkenny in a second straight All-Ireland final on September 5th. After winning his first All-Ireland medal in the 4–17 to 1–18 win, he gained two points from play and was described as "outstanding" after winning his first All-Ireland medal. Maher ended the season by being drafted at midfield on the All-Star team, while still being named Young Hurler of the Year.

Maher's involvement in the latter stages of the National League came to an end in March 2011, when he also missed Tipperary's first games of the Munster Championship. He earned his second Munster Championship medal after arriving on as a 63rd-minute replacement for Pádraic Maher in the Munster final on July 10 — 719 to 0–19. Tipperary defeated Kilkenny in a third consecutive All-Ireland final on September 4, 2011, Maher was chosen on the bench. He was introduced as a 29th-minute replacement for John O'Keeffe, but the game was decided on the losing side following a 2–17 to 1–16 loss.

Tipperary qualified to play Waterford in a second consecutive Munster final on July 15, 2012. Maher lined out at midfield. Following a victory of 2–17 to 0–16, he tied for his third winners' medal in four seasons.

Maher was selected at midfield at Tipperary's National League final against Kilkenny on May 5, 2013. He had four points from play but was on the losing side after losing by 220 to 0-20.

Maher was appointed captain of the team for the 2014 season. He captained Tipperary in their second straight National League final against Kilkenny on May 4, 2014. Following a 2–25 loss to 1–27 victory, Maher ended the game on the losing side. In the All-Ireland final, on September 7, he captained the team from a 1–28 to 3–22 draw with Kilkenny. Maher captained the team from right wing-back for the replay on September 27, 2014, but after a 2–17 loss to 2–14 defeat, the team was on the losing side. He ended the season by receiving his second All-Star award.

Maher captained Tipperary to a Munster final appearance with Waterford on July 12, 2015, a journey that was not complete. Following the win by 0–21 to 0–16, he was held scoreless from center-forward but finished the game with a fourth winners' medal.

Maher retained the Tipperary captaincy for the third time in a row. In a 5–19 to 0–13 victory over Waterford in the final, he claimed his fifth Munster Championship medal on July 10, 2016. Tipperary defeated Kilkenny in their second All-Ireland final match in three seasons on September 5, 2016, according to Maher. Following a 2nd defeat, he earned his second All-Ireland medal but he also had the privilege of lifting the Liam MacCarthy Cup. Maher was also the fifth player to cap both a minor and senior hurling squads to victory in All-Ireland.

Maher lost his fourth National League final on April 23rd. After Galway's 3–21 win over, he scored a point from midfield but the game was on the losing side.

On April 8, 2018, Maher advanced to his second straight National League final – his fifth overall. Following a 2–23 to 2–17 loss to Kilkenny, Lining out at midfield, he was held scoreless and ended the game on the losing side.

Tipperary's defeat by Limerick in the Munster final on June 30, 2019, Maher came out on right wing-back when Tipperary suffered a 2–26 to 2–14 loss. When Tipperary defeated Kilkenny in the All-Ireland final on August 18, he was selected at center-back. Following the 3–25 to 0-20 victory, Maher ended the game with his third All-Ireland champions' medal. He ended the season by winning an All-Star nomination.

Maher announced his retirement from intercounty hurling after 13 years with the team on August 12th.

In preparation for the 2012 Railway Cup, Maher was called to the Munster team. In a 3–14 to 1–16 loss to Leinster, he made his first appearance for the team on February 19, 2012.

As Munster qualified to play Connacht in the Railway Cup final on March 3, 2013, Maher stood out at midfield. Following the 1–22 to 0–15 victory, he ended the game with a Railway Cup medal.

In 2016, Maher was named captain of Munster for the fourth time in his career. After captaining the team from midfield in a 220–2-16 loss of Leinster in the final, on December 15, he received his second Railway Cup medal.

Maher was selected on the Ireland squad for the Shinty/Hurling International Series on October 19, 2011. Following a two-game series, he lined out at center-forward when Ireland defeated Scotland on a scoreline of 3–25 to 3–19.

On October 22, 2013, Maher was selected for the Ireland team for the second time in his career. Following Ireland's 5–27 to 2–26 aggregate loss of Scotland on November 2, 2013, he claimed his second winners' medal from right wing-forward.


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