Papertalk GAA Podcast: Was it a false renaissance for Tipp hurlers? And how solid are Cork football's new foundations?

Anthony Daly and Tony Leen review the weekend's Championship action with Colm O'Connor.

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Dalo was amazed at Tipperary's second-half revival against Cork but suspects it may be a false kick of the sort his own team experienced towards the end of the line.

Of Waterford's injury woes, Anthony says it would be Derek McGrath's greatest achievement to get them out of Munster now.

Dalo also says the new championship structure is proving a tremendous success.

Plus Tony Leen was in Thurles on Saturday where the Cork footballers got back to basics in a hugely encouraging display and began the process of making football fun again on Leeside.

Tipp, meanwhile, were left in a state of shock.

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