AUDIO: Cork Under 21 Manager & Captain Post Clare Victory
The Cork Under 21 Footballers enjoyed a fifteen point win over Clare in their Munster Championship Quarter Final against Clare on Thursday night.
The Rebels led ten points to five at half time in Cooraclare and while The Banner opened scoring in the second half to bring it back to a four point game, Cork pushed on to finish strongly and close out the contest with ease.
Click PLAY below to hear the post match reaction of Manager Sean Hayes and Captain Stephen Cronin.
Cork will now face Waterford in the provincial semi finals next Wednesday night, Fraher Field in Dungarven is the venue with a 7:30 throw in time.
Kerry and Limerick will contest the other semi final on the same night after the Kingdom dumped defending champions Tipperary out of the competition at the quarter final stage with a one point winning margin on Thursday night, at 0-11 to 1-07.
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