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Cork beat Kilkenny to reach 2021 All Ireland Final

Cork emerged victorious over great rivals Kilkenny in extra-time to reach the All-Ireland final for the first time since 2013 winning Cork 1-37 Kilkenny 1-32.

Patrick Horgan scored 15 points in an outstanding performance, and another massive impact came from the Shane Kingston coming of the bench to score 7 points and earn a Man of the match performance. Jack O’Connor was tremendous scoring 1-3, but it’s fair to say everyone Cork player on the field today was incredible.

Cork will be looking to win there first All Ireland in 16years, with there last All Ireland success dating back to 2005. Cork will face Limerick at Croke Park on August 22nd! See scorers below.

Cork: Patrick Horgan (0-15, 0-9f), Shane Kingston (0-7), Jack O’Connor (1-3), Alan Cadogan (0-3), Seamus Harnedy (0-2), Robbie O’Flynn (0-2), Shane Barrett (0-1), Darragh Fitzgibbon (0-1), Niall O’Leary (0-1), Mark Coleman (0-1), Declan Dalton (0-1).

Kilkenny: TJ Reid (0-13, 0-9f, 0-3 ’65), Adrian Mullen (1-3), Billy Ryan (0-5), Eoin Cody (0-4), Alan Murphy (0-1), James Maher (0-1), Pádraig Walsh (0-1), Michael Carey (0-1), Richie Reid (0-1), Richie Hogan (0-1), Conor Fogarty (0-1).

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