Match report and features as Kerry reach the Munster last with a 1-19 to 1-8 make an impression on Tipperary at Semple Stadium, Thurles. Sean O’Shea (0-8) and David Clifford (1-2) brought the range for all the Kingdom, while they establish a Munster last time with Cork.
Latest Updated: 10/07/21 9:04pm
Kerry bring create a Munster best showdown with Cork, after dethroning the reigning provincial champions Tipperary with a 1-19 to 1-8 victory at Semple arena.
It’s a testament to the improvements are made by this Kerry professionals to suggest they never really caught flame in an 11-point away victory over a year ago’s Munster champions.
The empire yet again demonstrated their particular fire-power up front as Sean O’Shea and David Clifford directed the line in impressive style.
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Tipperary devote a major change in the early phases, maintaining ownership and irritating the Kerry assault. It started out as a low-scoring competition, because of the teams closed at 0-1 apiece after 12 mins.
But the favourites ultimately discover their breakthrough inside 15th instant, as a storming work from Gavin White drawn in three defenders, before the guy starred it out to David Clifford. The Fossa artificial no error, rifling they past Evan Comerford from a good position into the roofing system for the net.
Kerry observed it up with points from Paul Geaney and Sean O’Shea, ahead of the premiere County receive an answer. Jack Kennedy was put lower entering the square, while he was about to pull the cause, and Conor Sweeney converted from the penalty spot to take it back once again to 1-3 to 1-7.
But the website visitors completed the one half with a flourish, with O’Shea including some nice scores to stretch the space to eight, 1-11 to 1-3.
Frees from Conor Sweeney and Jack Kennedy have the scoreboard moving for Tipp, but any minor hope of a reappearance is finished whenever Michael Quinlivan was actually revealed a right reddish credit for an off-the-ball challenge on Gavin Crowley.
The home side’s worries had been combined times after when Jason Lonergan had been revealed a black cards.
The 13 boys of Tipp appeared to limit the damage.
Stephen O’Brien, Sean O’Shea, Tommy Walsh and Diarmuid O’Connor all spurned goal ventures. Kerry will likely be aspiring to be more clinical whenever the Rebels started to Killarney.
The floodgates never rather exposed, as Kilian Spillane, David Moran and Tommy Walsh tagged on points to deliver the last margin to 11 information.
On the whole it absolutely was a reasonable evening for Peter Keane and Co. Following upwards is actually a Munster last time with Cork in Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney.
Revenge might be on Kerry’s plan, as they plot a return to Croke Park.
Kerry: Sean O’Shea (0-8, 0-5f, 0-1 ’45), David Clifford (1-2, 0-1f), Tom O’Sullivan (0-2), Killian Spillane (0-2), Diarmuid O’Connor (0-1), Paudie Clifford (0-1), Paul Geaney (0-1), David Moran (0-1), Tommy Walsh (0-1).
Tipperary: Conor Sweeney (1-4, 1-0p, 0-3f), Jack Kennedy (0-3, 0-2f), Kevin Fahey (0-1).
1. Evan Comerford
2. Shane O’Connell3. James Feehan4. Colm O’Shaughnessy
5. Costs Maher6. Kevin Fahey7. Robbie Kiely
8. Jack Kennedy9. Conal Kennedy
10. Emmet Moloney11. Conor Bowe12. Padraic Looram
13. Brian Fox14. Conor Sweeney15. Michael Quinlivan
SubsJason Lonergan for Emmet Moloney (nineteenth minute)Paudie Feehan for Padraic Looram (half-time)Steven O’Brien for Conor Bowe (52nd minute)Shane Foley for Colm O’Shaughnessy (61st minute)Jack Harney for Robbie Kiely (61st minute)Colman Kennedy for Conal Kennedy (69th minute)
2. Brian O Beaglaoich3. Jason Foley4. Tom O’Sullivan
5. Mike Breen6. Gavin Crowley7. Gavin White
8. David Moran9. Diarmuid O’Connor
10. Stephen O’Brien11. Sean O’Shea12. Paul Geaney
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13. David Clifford14. Micheal Burns15. Paudie Clifford
SubsPaul Murphy for Mike Breen (42nd minute)Tommy Walsh for Paul Geaney (46th minute)Killian Spillane for Micheal Burns (46th minute)Jack Barry for David Clifford (54th minute)Tadhg Morley for Gavin Crowley (62nd second)