Tim Floyd says Tony is an iconic figure in the game. Tipperary County Board Chairman Michael Bourke said the name of Tony Reddin will go down in hurling folklore as one of hurling’s legends.He said his achievements list high among the greats not only of his own era, but also of those in modern times.Funeral arrangements have been announced.He will repose at his home on Tuesday from 12 noon until 7 o’clock, followed by removal to St. Rynagh’s Church Banagher arriving at 8pm. Tony Reddin will be laid to rest in Rathcabbin following funeral mass on Wednesday at 12 noon. Tipp County Board secretary Tim Floyd says Tony is recognised as the greatest goalkeeper in the history of hurling.The Lorrha-Dorrha clubman won three All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals as well as 3 Munster titles along with 5 National League medals during his hurling career. He was named goalkeeper of the Century and also on the hurling team of the Millenium.