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Do you agree with The Sunday Game’s Munster hurling final man-of-the-match selection?

John McGrath, Seamus Callanan and Cathal Barrett were the nominees.

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TIPPERARY CUT LOOSE to consign Waterford to a second 21-point Munster senior hurling final whipping in five years yesterday.

Tipperary’s wind-assisted aerial assault on the Deise in the second-half reaped dividends, with John McGrath and Seamus Callanan combining for 4-13.

Michael Ryan’s side booked their place in the All-Ireland semi-final with a thrilling display, one that leaves them as frontrunners for Liam MacCarthy along with champions Kilkenny.

McGrath scooped the man-of-the-match award from RTÉ’s Sunday Game pundits Eddie Brennan and Cyril Farrell, while Callanan and Cathal Barrett were also nominated.

Do you agree with the panel’s selection?

Poll Results:

John McGrath (Tipperary) (2221)
Cathal Barrett (Tipperary) (450)
Seamus Callanan (Tipperary) (243)

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