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Do you agree with the Sunday Game man-of-the-match winners from this weekend's action?

Cork defender Eoin Cadogan and Tipperary’s Jason Forde were both selected.

Forde and Cadogan both starred for their sides over the weekend.
Forde and Cadogan both starred for their sides over the weekend.
Image: Inpho Photography.

TIPPERARY AND CORK stars collected the Sunday Game man-of-the-match awards this weekend following another instalment of thrilling Munster SHC action.

Eoin Cadogan produced a towering display at full-back for Cork, as he held Limerick star Aaron Gillane to just one point from play in a much-needed victory over the All-Ireland champions.

That result sees John Meyler’s men get their provincial campaign back on track after suffering defeat to Tipperary last weekend.

They will now prepare for a home game on 8 June against a Waterford side who have suffered two defeats on the bounce in the round-robin series.

Meanwhile, Jason Forde top-scored for Tipperary with an impressive 1-9 as Liam Sheedy’s men comfortably defeated Waterford in their Round 2 encounter at Semple Stadium. 

Forde nailed a superb score from a sideline cut in the first half, while his 53rd minute goal put Tipperary firmly on the way to victory.

Both players received their RTÉ Sunday Game man-of-the-match awards as the Munster SHC continues to heat up.

Jason Forde Source: Tipperary GAA Twitter.

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