TIPPERARY AND CORK stars collected the Sunday Game man-of-the-match awards this weekend following another instalment of thrilling Munster SHC action.

Eoin Cadogan produced a towering display at full-back for Cork, as he held Limerick star Aaron Gillane to just one point from play in a much-needed victory over the All-Ireland champions.

That result sees John Meyler’s men get their provincial campaign back on track after suffering defeat to Tipperary last weekend.

They will now prepare for a home game on 8 June against a Waterford side who have suffered two defeats on the bounce in the round-robin series.

Cork's Eoin Cadogan, man of the match, said today was as good as any to lay down a marker. #sundaygame pic.twitter.com/ib7IYuovYE

— The Sunday Game (@TheSundayGame) May 19, 2019

Meanwhile, Jason Forde top-scored for Tipperary with an impressive 1-9 as Liam Sheedy’s men comfortably defeated Waterford in their Round 2 encounter at Semple Stadium. 

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Forde nailed a superb score from a sideline cut in the first half, while his 53rd minute goal put Tipperary firmly on the way to victory.

Both players received their RTÉ Sunday Game man-of-the-match awards as the Munster SHC continues to heat up.

Source: Tipperary GAA Twitter.

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