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Tipperary v Cork player ratings after epic Munster draw

How did each player rate after old rivals shared the spoils in enthralling Munster derby in Páirc Uí Chaoimh


Barry Hogan – beaten twice in both halves but puck-outs were generally solid. 6.5/10

Cathal Barrett – picked up Patrick Horgan and kept him quiet from open play, as combative as ever. 7/10

Michael Breen – was having a great duel with Robbie O’Flynn before the Cork ace was forced off but will be disappointed with four goals going in. 6.5/10

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Johnny Ryan – Had his moments but also found the going tough at times before being replaced midway through the second half. 6/10

Bryan O’Mara – solid without being as spectacular as he can on what was just his second championship start for Tipp. 6.5/10

Ronan Maher – lorded the skies and got on a mountain of ball going forward, was put on the backfoot plenty also, though. 7.5/10

Dan McCormack – a warrior who repelled Cork throughout and had his hand in several big plays, including Mark Kehoe’s goal. 8/10

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Séamus Kennedy – one of his best games in a Tipp shirt, fired over 0-3 and had more possessions than many have had hot dinners. 8.5/10

Alan Tynan – what an addition the former Munster rugby player has been to the Premier, fired over 0-4 in a powerful display. 9/10

Gearóid O’Connor – was hit and miss and times and was off target from some frees that he’d usually nail but also fired in a superb goal. 7/10

Noel McGrath – the conductor of the Tipp orchestra. McGrath was on the world of ball and was as clever as ever in possession. 8.5/10

Conor Stakelum – put in his usual shift in the middle third before being replaced in the second half. 6.5/10

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Jason Forde – started brightly but was forced off with a hamstring injury that leaves his summer in some doubt. N/A

Jake Morris – showed much of the leadership which Cahill has instilled in him and fired over three key points. 7.5/10

Sean Ryan – Showed flashes but never really got motoring and was whipped off early. 6/10


Mark Kehoe – an early replacement for Forde, had a huge impact on the game with his second-half goal proving crucial. 8/10

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Conor Bowe – showed plenty of flashes but his shooting was off and he was called ashore in the dying minutes. 5.5/10

John McGrath – didn’t have any major bearing on the finale after replacing O’Connor. 6/10

Enda Heffernan – replaced Stakelum but wasn’t really involved in the final minutes. 6/10

Séamus Callanan – was denied a goal by the brilliant Collins but regrouped to fire over the rebound and showed his experience. 7/10

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