Cork 0-21 Tipperary 0-9
A powerplay of the second half of Cork ensured that the place of the champion in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Final was insured for another fifteen minutes.
However, the margin of 12 points does little justice to Tipperary's efforts, and it was probably a combination of fatigue that crept at their working speed and Cork stepping through the accelerations that contributed to the increase in the Rebel scoring percentage. .
Pamela Mackey has chosen the main scorer of the championship, Cáit Devane, who entered the game 4-41.
The star Clonoulty-Rossmore brought Mackey to the middle of the field, when Tipp chose to leave the pacy Sarah Fryday and Grace O & # 39; Brien inside.
Meanwhile it was Hannah Looney who threw deep into Cork and the duel player of Killeagh went on to have a great game, disassemble the game and have a hand in a bunch of scores.
year quarterfinal, The hope of Tipperary was blown apart by Galway towards the end of the opening quarter.
The first target must have been certain to not let Cork run fast, and they have achieved that, going halfway behind with only 0-9 to 0-6 and walking to the locker rooms with very visible positivity.
They actually hit the front thanks to a successful Devane free, but Cork reacted with a monster free with wingback and player of the contest Chloe Sigerson, which would end with three points, including a whopper from the middle of the field in the second half.
A couple freed from Orla Cotter, who was infallible everywhere and ended with nine points, gave Cork a lead that they would never give up.
Caoimhe Burke deserved an excellent rescue from Katrina Mackey and it is proof of the organization of Tipperary's defense, in which Karen Kennedy in particular seemed to be the only sniff of a large side of Cork that has so far averaged 3-20 had played until this.
Devane converted a few more frees to keep her side in mind and after Sigerson, Katrina Mackey and Cotter pointed out, Tipp responded with scores from Caoimhe Maher and O & # 39; Brien to leave three between them at the break .
Maher's score could easily have been a goal and it came at the end of an excellent move with Sarah Fryday and Ciardha Maher, but her rising shot flew in inches across the bar.
Tipp missed two good chances to get within a short distance shortly after the restart and was punished when Cork hit four points.  O & # 39; Dwyer stopped for a while, but the Leesiders beat the next five, including a brace from substitute Linda Collins.
Devane and Sarah Fryday found the target for Tipp but Paudie Murray was empty of his bank and eventually he had been content with eight individual scorers, including a few of his subs.
The moment everyone waited arrived in the 58th minute, with the introduction of the returning legend Briege Corkery after a two year
The Cloughduv player raised a cheer with her first touch, but the primary goal was reached , with Cork back in the All-Ireland Final.
CORK: A Murray; N O & # 39; Callaghan, L Treacy, P Mackey (0-1); L Coppinger, G O & # 39; Connor, C Sigerson (0-3); J White, A Thompson; A O & # 39; Connor (0-1), O Cronin (0-1), O Cotter (0-9, seven freed); K Mackey (0-3), N McCarthy, H Looney.
Subs: L Collins (0-2) for McCarthy (41 minutes), L Homan (0-1) for O & # 39; Connor (50), A Sheehan for White, L O & # 39; Sullivan for O & # 39; Callaghan (both 56); B Corkery for Coppinger (58).
TIPPERARY: C Bourke; J A Bourke, G Grace, C Quirke; C Mullaney, K Kennedy, Mary Ryan; L Loughnan, E Fryday; Ciarda Maher, Caoimhe Maher (0-1), O O & # 39; Dwyer (0-1); G O & # 39; Brien (0-1), C Devane (0-5, freed five), S Fryday (0-1).
Subs: Megan Ryan for Caoimhe Maher (29 min.), R Cahill for Loughnane, E Loughman for Mullaney (both 45), C Hennessey for Ciardha Maher (49), M Campion for E Fryday (52).
Referee: E Cassidy (Derry)