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Cork remain in pole position in the Munster SHC Championship following Saturday's 1-25 to 0-28 draw with Limerick at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Cork made it two draws from two games in six days, following last Sunday's 1-23 to 2-20 draw with Tipperary in Thurles, and remain top of the round-robin table with four points from their three matches so far.
All the action from a simply brilliant game at Páirc Uí Chaoimh!!!
It ends level, 1-25 to 0-28, as Cork draw for the second week in a row. #MSHC #GAAClips pic.twitter.com/r8WW22ia84
— eir Sport (@eirSport) June 2, 2018
Limerick were reduced to 14 men in the 26th minute, with Aaron Gillane shown a red card for two digs with the hurley at Cork's Sean O’Donoghue.
John Meyler's side took a three-point lead on 45 minutes thanks to Patrick Horgan's goal from a Seamus Harnedy pass, but the Treaty County stuck to the task and opened a three-point advantage of their own by the 57th minute.
In front of a bumper 34,607 crowd on the banks of the Lee, reigning Munster champions Cork hit back with four successive points between the 66th and 69th minutes.
Horgan looked to have given the home side victory with an injury-time free following a Mike Casey foul, but Kyle Hayes kept his nerve to claim a point for John Kiely's side.
Unbeaten Limerick, with three points from two matches, play their third game of the championship against Waterford at the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday, 10 June, while Cork have a break after three matches over three successive weekends.
The Rebels face Waterford in their final round-robin game in Thurles on 17 June.
Image: ©INPHO/James Crombie
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