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      • 76'

        Cork 0-14 0-17 Tipperary Result

      • 74'

        Ian McGuire point, three in it

      • 73'

        Philip Austin puts Tipperary 4pts up

      • 71'

        Cathal OMahoney the Cork sub gets them within 3pts

      • 69'

        Cork will need goals to win this

      • 67'

        Michael Quinlivan puts Tipperary 4pts

      • 66'

        Evan Comerford keeps Tipp 3pts up with a lovely kick

      • 60'

        Mark Collins free, three in it

      • 57'

        Conor Sweeney and Mark Collins trade free kicks, four in it

      • 56'

        Off: Kevin Fahey On: Paudie Feehan

      • 55'

        Tipperary point from play by Liam Casey

      • 53'

        Its the water-break and its Tipp 12pts Cork 9pts

      • 50'

        No score for the last eight minutes, Tipp still lead by 3pts

      • 42'

        Brian Hurley point, three in it

      • 38'

        Mark Collins free

      • 36'

        Conor Sweeney point

      • 35'

        Luke Connolly is off the Cork team

      • 35'

        Michael Quinlivan puts Tipperary 4pts up at half time. Cork 0-07 0-11 Tipperary

      • 35'

        Much needed Cork point by John O’Rourke

      • 34'

        Tipperary point from play Kevin Fahey

      • 33'

        Conor Sweeney point from a free

      • 30'

        Killian O’Hanlan

      • 29'

        Michael Quinlivan with a stunning point

      • 28'

        Michael Quinlivan free

      • 24'

        Colm O’Callaghan point

      • 23'

        Kevin Fahey

      • 18'

        Liam Casey with a nice score after a clever mark

      • 17'

        Conor Sweeney point before the water-break, sides level

      • 16'

        Luke Connolly with a super free, Cork lead

      • 15'

        Luke Connolly 3rd point, sides are level

      • 14'

        It's another free from Conor Sweeney

      • 10'

        Mark Collins levels it up

      • 7'

        Luke Connolly kicks over a free

      • 5'

        Luke Connolly gets the first Cork point

      • 4'

        Michael Quinlivan puts Tipperary 3pts up

      • 3'

        It's a second point for Conor Sweeney

      • 2'

        Conor Sweeney point

      • Tipperary : Evan Comerford; Alan Campbell, Jimmy Feehan, Colm O'Shaughnessy; Bill Maher, Kevin Fahey, Robbie Kiely; Steven O'Brien, Liam Casey; Conal Kennedy, Michael Quinlivan, Emmet Moloney; Brian Fox, Conor Sweeney, Colman Kennedy. Subs: Michael O’Reilly, Tadhg Fitzgerald, Daire Brennan, Colin O’Riordan, Padraic Looram, Paudie Feehan, Sean O’Connor, Philip Austin, Jason Lonergan, Shane Foley, Liam Boland.

      • Cork : Michael Martin, Kevin O’Donovan, Maurice Shanley, Paul Ring, Tadgh Corkery, Sean Meehan, Mattie Taylor, Ian McGuire, Killian O’Hanlan, John O’Rourke, Colm O’Callaghan, Ruairi Deane, Mark Collins, Brian Hurley, Luke Connolly

      Results

      TeamLive ScoreOutcome
      Cork0-14
      Tipp0-17

      Recap

      It’s a surprise 2020 Munster Football final Cork v Tipperary after the rebel county beat Kerry, we have live score commentary and team news, start time 1:30pm Sunday.

      The first Munster Final without Kerry since 2012 is the one with the highest reward. The winner of Cork vs Tipperary will go straight to an All-Ireland semi-final against Mayo on the 6th of December. Tipperary played Mayo at that stage of the competition in 2016 but should this fixture come around again they’ll fancy their chances even more. Meanwhile, Cork haven’t been in an All-Ireland semi-final since 2012.

      Fighting for the Final

      There is little need for a reminder about how Cork got to this final. Their last-minute defeat of Kerry is one of the greatest GAA upsets in recent memory. After salvaging extra-time, Cork looked as if they were finally beat when the clock was in the red and Kerry had a two-point lead. However, the script wasn’t written in stone and Mark Keane emerged as the Rebels’ saviour. Luke Connolly backed himself from far out on the left-hand side to kick the equaliser but his shot was short. Thankfully, Keane was in the right place and he plucked the ball out of the Páirc Uí Chaoimh floodlights and poked it goalwards. As a result, Cork march on and the 2019 runners-up won’t be heard from again in 2020.

      There was similar drama in the other Munster semi-final. Tipperary went in as favourites. But, as time was up they were a point-down and had a free from the sideline in the Limerick ’45. Conor Sweeney fancied it and rightly so. A sweet strike with the outside of his left foot hit the post and went over. Next, extra-time continued in that same manner. The Championship’s first-ever penalty shoot-out seemed certain but Brian Fox had other ideas. The Premier County veteran kicked a point in injury time that Limerick could not cancel out.

      Super Sunday

      Now, Tipperary have a golden opportunity to win their first Munster title since 1935. They enter the game as underdogs though given the manner in which Cork won their semi-final.

      Ronan McCarthy will expect his Cork team to lift the Munster Cup after dethroning Kerry. However, Tipperary have the players to upset the Rebel parade. Last time out both Cork and Tipperary displayed huge amounts of heart and desire to win. It may take the same sort of display again to separate these teams.

      With that in mind, both managers will be glad for the two-week recovery their players have had.

      The Munster Final is live on RTÉ on Sunday.

      Cork are 11/5 favourites with Paddy Power versus Tipperary’s 4/1. A draw is 12/1.

      Prediction: Cork. It may be another game that requires extra-time. But, Cork will be desperate not to let such a remarkable opportunity to go abegging.

      Munster Football Final: Cork vs Tipperary, Sunday, 22nd November, 13:30 (Páirc Uí Chaoimh). 

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      Details

      DateTimeLeagueSeasonMatch DayFull Time
      November 22, 202013:30Munster Championship202022/11/2070'

      Venue

      Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork
      Páirc Uí Chaoimh, The Marina, Dundanion, Mahon A, Cork, Cork City 2019, County Cork, Munster, T12 Y0EH, Ireland

      Cork

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      Past Meetings

      GAA - Division 3 Football
      Semple Stadium, Tipperary