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Do you agree with The Sunday Game's man-of-the-match selection from Cork v Waterford?

A number of Rebels impressed once again.

THE CORK HURLERS followed up victory over the reigning All-Ireland champions last month with another serious statement of intent today.

Their five-point win over Waterford now sets up a first Munster senior final clash with Clare since 1999 – a season that ended with the Rebels’ captain Mark Landers hoisting the Liam MacCarthy at Croke Park.

They had a number of standout performers.

Patrick Horgan racked up 0-10, two of those from play, but RTE’s The Sunday Game decided against including him on their three-man shortlist.

Instead, they went with Seamus Harnedy (two points from play), fellow half-forward Conor Lehane (four points from play) and wing-back Mark Coleman.

And, in only his third Championship appearance, the vote went to the Blarney man.

Do you agree with the decision? Let us know in the comments section below.

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