Premier advance to Intermediate hurling semi

first_imgThe Lattin-Cullen man, who’s the son of former intercounty referee Paddy Russell, got two of Tipp’s three goals – they came within a minute of each other midway through the second period.Goalkeeper Brian Hogan scored the other one with a penalty early in the second half.Four other Tipperary players got on the scoresheet: Billy McCarthy registered 0-3 with Sean Ryan, Liam McGrath and Dylan Fitzell getting a point a piece.Cork got to within four points of the Premier early in the second half but that was probably as close as they came to snatching victory at Semple Stadium. William Maher’s side defeated the Rebels 3-20 to 1-15 and go on to face Limerick in the next round on June 19th.Aidan McCormack of Thurles Sarsfields led the Tipp scoring charge – the senior panel member racked up 0-14, 0-12 of which came from frees.Full-forward Mark Russell also had a major impact on the match.last_img

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