Munster slight hurling championship effects
- Tipperary 1-22 Waterford -23
TIPPERARY AND CORK claimed victories as the Electrical Eire Munster insignificant hurling championship motion commenced tonight.
The opposition is getting organised on a team phase with Tipperary defeating Waterford by 1-22 to -23 in Team 1, Clare being the other aspect in their group.
James Woodlock’s Tipperary crew experienced two details to spare at the Fraher Field, inspite of Waterford staying in front -14 to 1-8 at the break.
Damien Corbett, who scored 1-8 all round, elevated the inexperienced flag for Tipperary although Ciarán Foley, Paddy McCormack and Tom Delaney were some others to make important place-scoring contributions for the Leading. Jack Twomey was Waterford’s best scorer with -12.
Cork were being cozy winners by 3-25 to -11 against Kerry in Tralee, the county’s All-Eire winning camogie boss Paudie Murray getting cost of the insignificant staff for the very first time in competitive motion.
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Adam O’Sullivan, Timmy Wilk, a member of final year’s All-Eire profitable team, and Ben Walsh strike the internet for Cork, whilst Ross O’Sullivan (-10) and Daniel Murnane (-4) also amazed in the scoring stakes.
Cork future encounter Limerick in Páirc Uí Chaoimh following Tuesday night.