Hurling round-up: Limerick edge Cork, Waterford overcome Galway
A round-up of Sunday’s National Hurling League Activity, as Tipperary, Waterford and Limerick picked up wins.
Limerick battled to 2-21 win over Cork to some 0-29 in P??irc U?? Chaoimh. The Treaty had to weather a fightback in the Rebels who scored targets via Aidan Walsh and Shane Kingston, after having a lead at the break.
But, John Kiely’s side found another equipment down the home straight to secure the success.
Elsewhere, Waterford continued their promising beginning under Liam Cahill since they defeat Galway 0-17 at Walsh Park to 0-16. Victory was snatched by the D??ise from Peter Hogan at the departure with a late point.
Tipperary ran out comfortable victors at Semple Stadium, storming to 0-16 triumph to your 3-27.
In Group B, two goals in Shane O’Donnell rescued a point for Clare, that keep their unbeaten start under Brian Lohan. Kilkenny headed for large parts of the struggle, but couldn’t watch out it since the Banner fought to a 1-19 into 3-19 draw.
Meanwhile, the Laois overcame 0-15 to 0-14 about Saturday, Carlow night to condemn the Barrowsiders. Elsewhere, Wexford staged a late recovery to deny Dublin in Croke Park.
Antrim listed a comprehensive 5-27 to 1-15 victory at home to Meath. Offaly were similarly too strong for Mayo, winning.
This followed Kerry’s triumph Wicklow on Saturday.
Down and kildare picked up wins that were dominant over Roscommon and London respectively. The Lilywhites won 5-21 into 2-12, although the Mourne men come back to 0-17 succeed beneath their belts from the capital using a 2-25.
In Division 3, Donegal beat Monaghan 1-15 into 1-5, Armagh edged Louth 1-19 to 1-18, also Tyrone picked up a 0-23 into 1-15 win over Longford.
Meanwhile, Sligo overcame Leitrim, 2-17 into 1-15.