DONAL O'GRADY: Fitzgibbon switch key to Cork’s turnaround

There was a delay in Cork’s return to proceedings after half-time yesterday. They had gone in four points behind, but it could have been more. Cork used the time well at the break and were a different outfit in the second period.

Eoin Cadogan shows his determination as he bursts past Colm Galvin in yesterday's Munster SHC final. Picture: Inpho/James Crombie

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