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Tipperary Hurling
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      • 73'

        Paul Flynn puts Tipp 5pts up

      • 71'

        Three min injury time to play

      • 70'

        Jack Morris GOAL, Tipp lead by 4pts

      • 69'

        Darragh Fitzgibbon wide

      • 67'

        Horgan and Breen trade scores

      • 66'

        Paul Flynn puts Tipp ahead

      • 63'

        Dan McCormack levels it up

      • 60'

        Horgan puts them ahead

      • 58'

        Robbie O’Flynn levels it up

      • 57'

        Jack O'Connor

      • 55'

        Horgan free, one in it

      • 54'

        Seamus Harnedy hits his 4th point

      • 52'

        Seamus Harnedy point, but Tipp lead by 2pts at waterbreak

      • 50'

        Seamus Callanan point, Tipp by 4pts

      • 48'

        Another Horgan score

      • 46'

        Horgan gets Cork back to within 4pts

      • 42'

        Seamus Callanan point, Tipp 5pts up

      • 41'

        Jason Forde GOAL

      • 40'

        Patrick Horgan point, only one in it and Cork have breeze

      • 40'

        Seamus Harnedy point

      • 39'

        Micheal Breen puts Tipp 3pt sup

      • 37'

        Willie Connors point for Tipp

      • 36'

        Shane Kingston point

      • 35'

        Tipperary 0-09 1-04 Cork, Halftime

      • 35'

        Jason Forde free puts Tipp 2pts up

      • 35'

        Dan McCormack puts Tipp ahead

      • 32'

        Jason Forde with his first from play

      • 29'

        Great team score finished by Tim O’Mahony

      • 28'

        Luke Meade

      • 28'

        Tipp hit their 10th wide

      • 26'

        Micheal Breen levels it up

      • 25'

        Horgan free and Cork go ahead

      • 22'

        GOAL for Patrick Horgan, Tipp have hit 10 wides already

      • 18'

        Tipp lead by 3pts at water break but they have a significant breeze

      • 17'

        Patrick Horgan free

      • 16'

        4th Jason Forde free

      • 15'

        Michael Breen with a nice point

      • 9'

        3rd free for Jason Forde

      • 8'

        Declan Dalton point

      • 4'

        Second free for Jason Forde

      • 2'

        Jason Forde with the opening score

      • Tipperary : Brian Hogan; Cathal Barrett, Ronan Maher, Alan Flynn; Niall O’Meara, Brendan Maher, Padraic Maher; Noel McGrath, Michael Breen; Dan McCormack, John McGrath, Patrick Maher; Jason Forde, Seamus Callanan, Jake Morris.

      • Cork : Anthony Nash; Damien Cahalane, Colm Spillane, Sean O’Donoghue; Tim O’Mahony, Robert Downey, Mark Coleman; Bill Cooper, Luke Meade; Seamus Harnedy, Shane Kingston, Robbie O’Flynn; Jack O’Connor, Declan Dalton, Patrick Horgan. Subs: Patrick Collins, Stephen McDonnell, Niall O’Leary, Sean O’Leary Hayes, Christopher Joyce, Billy Hennessy, Darragh Fitzgibbon, Conor Lehane, Aidan Walsh, Daire Connery, Conor Cahalane.

      Results

      TeamLive ScoreOutcome
      Tipperary2-18
      Cork1-17

      Recap

      Cork vs Tipperary: Hurling Qualifiers – Starting Teams & Live Score Commentary, the match starts at 4pm on Saturday.

      TEAM NEWS

       

      • Tipperary : Brian Hogan; Cathal Barrett, Ronan Maher, Alan Flynn; Niall O’Meara, Brendan Maher, Padraic Maher; Noel McGrath, Michael Breen; Dan McCormack, John McGrath, Patrick Maher; Jason Forde, Seamus Callanan, Jake Morris.

        Cork : Anthony Nash; Damien Cahalane, Colm Spillane, Sean O’Donoghue; Tim O’Mahony, Robert Downey, Mark Coleman; Bill Cooper, Luke Meade; Seamus Harnedy, Shane Kingston, Robbie O’Flynn; Jack O’Connor, Declan Dalton, Patrick Horgan. Subs: Patrick Collins, Stephen McDonnell, Niall O’Leary, Sean O’Leary Hayes, Christopher Joyce, Billy Hennessy, Darragh Fitzgibbon, Conor Lehane, Aidan Walsh, Daire Connery, Conor Cahalane

      Championship holders Tipperary suffered a first-round loss to Limerick in the Munster hurling championship.

      As a result, they are in the qualifiers where a win will see them advance to the quarter-finals. Cork are the ones standing in their way. The rebels have an extra game played so far. Firstly, they lost to Waterford before going on to beat Dublin. The last time a team won consecutive Championships was when Kilkenny won in 2015. Tipperary left themselves much to do to replicate that feat by going down to Limerick a fortnight ago.

      Cork bounced back from their opening defeat to Waterford with a 6 point win over Dubin last weekend. Kieran Kingston’s side were very impressive as they dismantled the DUblin challenge with precision.

      It was a game where the sweeper system was on full display. Mark Coleman was Cork’s designated extra defender and he excelled. His positional awareness allowed him to snuff out Dublin attacks and his passing accuracy, in turn, put Cork on the front foot. Kingston may well opt to deploy such a system again against Tipperary given its success.

      The Cork wing-forwards, Seamus Harnedy and Robert O’Flynn, proved elusive all day. Their success in the middle third resulted in five direct points and a constant supply line to the inside forwards.

      Can the Premier Strike Back?

      Last year’s Champions Tipperary looked tame in their first outing against Limerick. Jason Forde’s frees proved to be the main source of scores for them. In addition, they never threatened to stretch the Limerick defence, apart from when Jake Morris found the net in the first half.

      Tipperary trailed by nine at half-time. When they began to show signs of a comeback in the second half, Limerick made a duel out of the middle third and their superior conditioning made sure they came out on top.

      When John McGrath scored Tipperary’s second goal in the 55th minute, there was still never a real sense of them catching Limerick.

      In a similar way, Tipperary lost the Munster Final to Limerick before going on to win the Championship in 2019. So, the holders may be down but they’re certainly not out. If the Premier County can return to playing to their strengths they will be at the business end of the Championship again. But, Cork will provide a tough challenge.

      The game is live on Sky Sports Mix on Saturday.

      Tipperary are 8/15 favourites with Paddy Power versus Cork’s 15/8. A draw is 9/1.

      Prediction: Tipperary. But, Cork will be a tough test of their title credentials.

      They meet in the championship for the 88th time, with Tipperary leading 40-38 in wins.  There have also been eight draws and one abandoned game. 

      HOW THEY GOT HERE 

      Waterford 1-28 Cork 1-24 (Munster semi-final) 

      Cork 1-25 Dublin 0-22 (All-Ireland qualifier) 

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      Limerick 3-23 Tipperary 2-17 (Munster semi-final)  

      LAST FIVE CHAMPIONSHIP MEETINGS 

      2019: Tipperary 2-28 Cork 1-24 (Munster ‘round robin’) 

      2018: Tipperary 2-20 Cork 1-23 (Munster ‘round robin’) 

      2017: Cork 2-27 Tipperary 1-26 (Munster quarter-final) 

      2014: Tipperary 2-18 Cork 1-11 (All-Ireland semi-final) 

      2012: Tipperary 1-22 Cork 0-24 (Munster semi-final) 

      Stats and Figures

      Patrick Horgan scored a total of 1-16 (1-8 frees, 0-1 ‘65’) for Cork against Waterford and  Dublin. Seamus Harnedy and Shane Kingston scored 0-8 each. 

      Jason Forde on 0-10 (all frees) was Tipperary’s top scorer against Limerick in the semi final. 

      Cork beat Tipperary two points in this year’s Allianz League. 

      The winners will play the losers of the Leinster or Munster finals in the All-Ireland quarter -finals.

      HURLING ALL-IRELAND SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS 2020 

      LEINSTER 

      Quarter-final 

      October 24: Dublin 2-31 Laois 0-23, Croke Park. 

      Semi-finals 

      October 31: Kilkenny 3-20 Dublin 2-22, Croke Park; Galway 1-27 Wexford 0-17, Croke Park Final 

      November 14: Galway v Kilkenny, Croke Park 

      Hurling Championship Round 2 Qualifier: Cork vs Tipperary, Saturday, 14th November, 16:00 (LIT Gaelic Grounds).

      5 biggest GAA shocks this century

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      Details

      DateTimeLeagueSeasonMatch DayFull Time
      November 14, 202016:00All Ireland Championship 2020202014/11/2070'

      Venue

      LIT Gaelic Grounds, Limerick
      Gaelic Grounds, Rushdale Drive, Clareview, Coolraine, The Metropolitan District of Limerick City, County Limerick, Munster, V94 K5TX, Ireland

      Tipperary

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      Cork

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      Past Meetings

      (1/02/20)
      GAA - Division 1A Hurling
      Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork