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Canning on form as Tribesmen prove too much for Cork

Galway were six-point winners over the Rebels in Divisions 1A of the Allianz Hurling League.

Cork's Paudie O'Sullivan with Padraig Mannion and Adrian Tuohy of Galway.
Cork's Paudie O'Sullivan with Padraig Mannion and Adrian Tuohy of Galway.
Image: Mike Shaughnessy/INPHO

Galway 1-27
Cork 1-21

JOE CANNING SHOT nine points as Galway got their campaign up and running with a six-point win over Cork in front of 5,768 in this Allianz League Division 1A tie in Pearse Stadium.

It was Galway manager Micheal Donoghue’s first league game in charge, and David Burke first time captaining the side, and they ensured a winning start in a game which also marked Kieran Kingston’s first league match as Cork boss.

Cork, who haven’t won a league title since 1998, trailed 1-15 to 1-9 at half-time after an exciting opening half where there were only eight wides.

Canning led the way for Galway but fellow forwards Cathal Mannion, Niall Burke and Davy Glennon also contributed, with Padraig Brehony and Conor Whelan also linking well.

Five of Cork’s six starting forwards notched scores in the first-half against the breeze. Harnedy’s goal arrived in the 11th minute when he latched onto the breaking ball after Cormac Murphy’s high ball.

That gave Cork a 1-3 to 0-4 lead for the first time in the half. But Galway fought back inspired by captain David Burke and when Canning tapped down his delivery, and the in-rushing Niall Burke goaled after 29 minutes.

The Cork players stand for the National Anthem Source: Mike Shaughnessy/INPHO

Cork and Pa Horgan stormed into the second-half and he hit three in a row, before Galway replied with a five-point rally.

Cork unloaded their bench with Conor Lehane, Cian McCarthy and Daniel Kearney making an impact but it wasn’t enough to prevent the Tribesmen giving their new manager a winning start to the league.

Scorers for Galway: J Canning 0-9 (0-7f), N Burke 1-2, D Glennon 0-4, D Burke 0-3, C Whelan 0-3, C Mannion 0-2, P Brehony 0-2, G Lally 0-1 (0-1f), A Harte 0-1.

Scorers for Cork: P Horgan 0-9 (0-5f), S Harnedy 1-0, B Cooper 0-2, P O’Sullivan 0-2, C Murphy 0-1, A Nash 0-1 (0-1f), A Cadogan 0-1, L O’Farrell 0-1, C Lehane 0-1, L McLoughlin 0-1, C McCarthy 0-1, D Cahalane 0-1.

GALWAY

1. James Skehill (Cappataggle)

2. Johnny Coen (Loughrea)
17. John Hanbury (Galway)
4. Paul Hoban (Loughrea)

5. Padraig Mannion (Ahascragh-Fohenagh)
6. Greg Lally (Gort)
7. Aidan Harte (Gort)

8. Adrian Tuohy (Beagh)
9. David Burke (St Thomas’)

10. Padraig Brehony (Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry)
11. Cathal Mannion (Ahascragh-Fohenagh)
12. Niall Burke (Oranmore-Maree)

13. Conor Whelan (Kinvara)
14. Joe Canning (Portumna)
15. Davy Glennon (Mullagh)

Subs
20. David Collins (Liam Mellows) for Tuohy (35 mins)
23. Jason Flynn (Tommy Larkins) for Glennon (55)
22. Andy Smith (Galway) for Harte (67)
19. Fergal Moore (Turloughmore) for Hoban (67)

CORK

1. Anthony Nash (Kanturk)

2. Shane O’Neill (Bishopstown)
3. Christopher Joyce (Na Piarsaigh)
4. Stephen McDonnell (Glen Rovers)

5. Aidan Walsh (Kanturk)
6. William Egan (Kilbrin)
7. Damien Cahalane (St Finbarr’s)

8. Cormac Murphy (Mallow)
9. Lorcan McLoughlin (Kanturk)

10. Bill Cooper (Youghal)
11. Paudie O Sullivan (Cloyne)
12. Patrick Cronin (Bishopstown)

13. Alan Cadogan (Douglas)
14. Seamus Harnedy (St Ita’s)
15. Patrick Horgan (Glen Rovers)

Subs
23. Luke O’Farrell (Midleton) for Harnedy (12 mins)
18. Daniel Kearney (Sarsfields) for C Murphy (49)
24. Conor Lehane (Midleton) for Cadogan (51)
20. Cian McCarthy (Sarsfields) for Cronin (59)
19. Brian Lawton (Castlemartyr) for O’Sullivan (59)

Referee: Barry Kelly (Westmeath).

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