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2019 Munster Senior Hurling Championship – Cork 1-26 Limerick 1-19

May 19 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Cork defeated Limerick by 1-26 to 1-19 in the 2019 Munster Senior Hurling Championship on Sunday May 19th at the LIT Gaelic Grounds, Limerick.


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Munster SHC: Cork earn convincing win

CORK 1-26 LIMERICK 1-19

Report By Cian O’Connell at the LIT Gaelic Grounds for GAA.ie

Suddenly all sorts of exciting summer possibilities exist for Cork.

Having endured such a disappointing opening weekend defeat on home turf against Tipperary, John Meyler’s charges summoned a hearty display to defeat the All Ireland champions at the Gaelic Grouds.

There was so much to admire about the manner in which Cork thundered into this revealing encounter and by the end the visitors were worthy seven point victors.

A gutsy defence, marshalled by the effective Eoin Cadogan, restricted Limerick to two second half scores from play, while further up the pitch Bill Cooper’s battling qualities added real physicality to Cork’s centrefield pairing.

Daniel Kearney craved involvement mining four points, a tally matched by the immense Seamus Harnedy, who strained every sinew for the Cork cause.

Inside Alan Cadogan carried a potent threat and Patrick Horgan struck 1-9 with the Glen Rovers talisman blasting the crucial 52nd minute goal which was the decisive moment in an action packed afternoon.


Patrick Horgan goal


Horgan’s major steered Cork four clear and Limerick simply couldn’t recover in the closing stages as Meyler’s team closed out the deal in impressive fashion with substitute Declan Dalton drilling two splendid points.

Tight initially Limerick edged 1-8 to 0-8 ahead in the 27th minute when Graeme Mulcahy rifled an opportunistic goal when gathering a Declan Hannon attempt before unleashing a blistering drive to the back of the Cork net.


Graeme Mulcahy goal


Cork came within a whisker of an immediate response, but Nickie Quaid bravely denied Harnedy as Limerick survived a scare.

Still by the time the interval rolled around Limerick were fairly content to depart armed with a 1-11 to 0-12 interval advantage.

Worryingly, though, for the green and outfit Cork were crafting chances which was confirmed by their 1-26 total from 44 shots during the game.

Six of the first eight second half scores enabled Cork to move 0-18 to 1-13 in front with Kearney becoming increasingly influential.

An Aaron Gillane free trimmed the gap to the minimum, but Cooper’s delivery found Horgan, who made the Limerick net dance with 18 minutes remaining.

With momentum increasing and confidence rising Cork clipped three of the next four points courtesy of Alan Cadogan, Harnedy, and Luke Meade.

Tom Morrissey’s 62nd minute point was one of two Limerick second half scores from play as Cork dictated the agenda late on.

Fittingly Horgan, Kearney, and Dalton contributed in the dying embers as Cork left Limerick with the spoils pocketed and a prized scalp taken. Further drama is imminent down south.



Scorers for Cork: Patrick Horgan 1-9 (6fs), Daniel Kearney and Seamus Harnedy 0-4 each, Alan Cadogan 0-3, Luke Meade and Declan Dalton 0-2 each, Darragh Fitzgibbon and Conor Lehane 0-1 each.

Scorers for Limerick: Aaron Gillane 0-9 (8fs), Graeme Mulcahy 1-4, Diarmuid Byrnes (2fs) and Shane Dowling (2fs) 0-2 each, Kyle Hayes and Tom Morrissey 0-1 each.

CORK: Anthony Nash; Sean O’Donoghue, Eoin Cadogan, Niall O’Leary; Robert Downey, Mark Ellis, Mark Coleman; Bill Cooper, Darragh Fitzgibbon; Daniel Kearney, Seamus Harnedy, Luke Meade; Conor Lehane, Patrick Horgan, Aidan Walsh.
Subs: Alan Cadogan for Lehane (6), Stephen McDonnell for O’Donoghue (HT), Christopher Joyce for Downey (53), Shane Kingston for Meade (61), Declan Dalton for Walsh (68)

LIMERICK: Nickie Quaid; Sean Finn, Mike Casey, Richie English; Diarmuid Byrnes, Declan Hannon, Dan Morrissey; Cian Lynch, Darragh O’Donovan; Gearoid Hegarty, Kyle Hayes, Tom Morrissey; Peter Casey, Aaron Gillane, Graeme Mulcahy.
Subs: Seamus Flanagan for P Casey (55), Shane Dowling for Hegarty (56), Barry Murphy for Mulcahy (61), William O’Donoghue for O’Donovan (61), David Dempsey for Gillane (66)

REFEREE: Paud O’Dwyer (Carlow).


John Kiely Post-Match Interview


Ticket Information

Stand Tickets for this game have now sold out. Clare End Terrace tickets only will be available for sale outside the LIT Gaelic Grounds from 12:30pm today or you can buy tickets for both terraces now via Centra and Supervalu outlets while stocks last

2019 Munster Senior Hurling Championship – Cork 1-26 Limerick 1-19

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Garda Traffic Management Plan

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to view the Garda Traffic Management Plan in place for Sunday’s game in the Gaelic Grounds Limerick


Team News

LIMERICK (SHC v Cork): N. Quaid; S. Finn, M. Casey, R. English; D. Byrnes, D. Hannon (c), D. Morrissey; D. O’Donovan, C. Lynch; G. Hegarty, K. Hayes, T. Morrissey; P. Casey, A. Gillane, G. Mulcahy. Subs: B. Hennessy, D. Dempsey, S. Dowling, S. Flanagan, R. Hanley, B. Murphy, B. Nash, W. O’Donoghue, P. O’Loughlin, W. O’Meara, D. Reidy.

CORK (SHC v Limerick): A. Nash; S. O’Donoghue, E. Cadogan, N. O’Leary; R. Downey, M. Ellis, M. Coleman; B. Cooper, D. Fitzgibbon; D. Kearney, S. Harnedy, L. Meade; C. Lehane, P. Horgan (c), A. Walsh. Subs: P. Collins, S. McDonnell, D. Cahalane, T. O’Mahony, C. Joyce, G. Millerick, R. O’Flynn, S. Kingston, A. Cadogan, D. Dalton, J. O’Connor.


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Fixture Details

Sunday May 19th
Munster Senior Hurling Championship Round 2
Limerick v Cork
Venue: LIT Gaelic Grounds @ 4pm
Referee: Paud O’Dwyer (Carlow)

Electric Ireland Munster Minor Hurling Championship Round 2
Limerick v Cork
Venue: LIT Gaelic Grounds @ 2pm
Referee: Philip Kelly (Tipperary)


Video – Limerick Manager John Kiely looks ahead to Cork match


Video – Munster Magic – Cork’s Seamus Harnedy


Match Programme

Pick up a copy of the 56 page souvenir match programme on the day for 5 euro.


Video – Dan Morrissey shares his #HomeComforts looking forward to this weekend’s game V Cork in Limerick


Match Information

They served up two of the best games in last year’s championship, both finishing level in normal time. They drew in the Munster ’round robin’ game in Pairc Ui Chaoimh and were level again after 70 minutes in the All- Ireland semi-final before Limerick powered to victory in extra-time.

This will be Limerick’s first outing in Championship 2019 while Cork have already loast a game, going down to Tipperary by 2-28 to 1-24 in Pairc Ui Chaoimh last Sunday.

LAST FIVE CHAMPIONSHIP MEETINGS

2018: Limerick 3-32 Cork 2-31 aet (All-Ireland semi-final)
2018: Cork 1-25 Limerick 0-28 (Munster ’round robin’)
2014: Cork 2-24 Limerick 0-24 (Munster Final)
2013: Limerick 0-24 Cork 0-15 (Munster Final
2010: Cork 2-19 Limerick 0-12 (Munster semi-final)

*Limerick go into the championship as All-Ireland and Allianz League champions. Other than Kilkenny, no other county has done that since Galway in 1989.

*Pat Horgan scored 0-14 (0-10 frees) for Cork against Tipperary last Sunday.

*Cork beat Limerick by 2-21 to 1-21 in the Allianz League in Gaelic Grounds in February in front of a crowd of 13,047. Pat Horgan (1-9,0-9 frees) and Conor Lehane (1-1) were top scorers for the Rebels with Shane Dowling (0-6,0-3 frees), Peter Casey 1-3) and Diarmuid Byrnes 0-6 (0-4 frees, 0-1 ’65’) were Limericks leading marksmen.


Video – Limerick Manager John Kiely speaking before Cork game

Details

Date:
May 19
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Venue

LIT Gaelic Grounds
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