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Do you agree with The Sunday Game's man-of-the-match selections?

Conor Lehane and Patrick Durcan scooped yesterday’s awards.

THE MUNSTER HURLING Championship started with a bang in Thurles yesterday as Cork stunned defending All-Ireland champions Tipperary.

Despite being outsiders entering the clash, the Rebels came out on top by four points in a thrilling encounter.

On a day where several players shone, The Sunday Game panel named Cork forward Conor Lehane as the man-of-the-match. His personal tally was 0-10 — five of those from play.


Lehane’s teammate Mark Coleman and Tipperary midfielder Michael Breen were also nominated by Jackie Tyrrell and Anthony Daly, who joined Des Cahill in studio.

Beforehand, Mayo beat Sligo to book a Connacht semi-final date with Galway.

Mayo defender Patrick Durcan scooped the award, while his teammate Tom Parsons and Sligo’s Brendan Egan were also nominated.


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