AUDIO: Glen Rovers & CIT Management After SHC R3 Draw
A late goal from Waterford's Ryan Grey has earned the students of CIT another shot at dethroning County Champions Glen Rovers.
The last minute green flag in last nights Senior Hurling Championship round three tie at Pairc Ui Rinn was the final score in a low quality affair that ended 1-18 to 0-21.
Tallow man Grey registered 1-06, (0-04 frees) while Patrick Horgan was scorer in chief for The Glen recording 0-08 (0-04 frees, 0-01 65).
Click PLAY below to hear the assessment of CIT Selector Noel Collins followed by Glen Rovers Manager Richie Kelleher.
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