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John Mullane


One flat performance doesn’t make Waterford a bad team and they can still have a say if results go their way

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Niall O’Leary of Cork and Austin Gleeson of Waterford tussle during the Munster SHC clash at Walsh Park in Waterford. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

Niall O’Leary of Cork and Austin Gleeson of Waterford tussle during the Munster SHC clash at Walsh Park in Waterford. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

Niall O’Leary of Cork and Austin Gleeson of Waterford tussle during the Munster SHC clash at Walsh Park in Waterford. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

Just when you thought their chance had passed, Cork saved their best for last as Waterford’s worst fears became a reality.

The Rebels took a long look at the man in the mirror before delivering an inspired display in Walsh Park, with Conor Lehane stating afterwards that the squad had some frank and honest words before “showing a bit of heart and fire in the belly”.


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