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Do you agree with the Connacht and Munster final man-of-the-match selections?

Cork and Roscommon were celebrating yesterday.

pjimage (2) Alan Cadogan and Enda Smith were the star men. Source: INPHO

THERE WAS GLORY for the Cork hurlers and the Roscommon footballers yesterday as they picked up provincial titles.

The Munster final win in Thurles was a personal triumph for Cork’s Alan Cadogan as he scored 1-4 from play to claim the man-of-the-match award ahead of team-mate Patrick Horgan and Clare’s Colm Galvin.

Douglas player Cadogan pounced for Cork’s only goal of the game in the 11th minute, had 1-2 to his name by half-time and added two further points after the break as Cork withstood a late Clare rally.

Cadogan Source: RTÉ Player

CorkClarenominees Source: RTÉ Player

In Salthill, Boyle’s Enda Smith was central to Roscommon stunning Galway with his midfield display.

Smith claimed the man-of-the-match award with team-mates Niall Kilroy and Conor Devaney both nominated as well.

EndaSmith Source: RTÉ Player

RoscNominees Source: RTÉ Player

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‘We’re all Cork men. Munster medal on the field or off the field, it’s the same thing.’

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