Jonathan Glynn’s goal helps UL shock Waterford
Students full value for their victory over disappointing Deise
Two Maurice Shanahan points helped Waterford into a 0-5 to 0-4 interval lead in a game played in awful conditions.
UL struck three minutes after the break when Jonathan Glynn flicked Brian Stapleton’s long ball beyond Stephen O’Keeffe to put the students ahead.A brace of excellent points from Stapleton ensured Limerick held the initiative.
WATERFORD: S O’Keeffe; S Fives, B Coughlan, T de Burca; P Mahony, M Walsh, K Moran (0-1); S O’Sullivan (0-2), J Nagle (0-1); J Dillon, S Walsh, R Barry; R Donnelly, M Shanahan (0-6, 0-5 frees), Jamie Barron. Subs: Ian O’Regan for O’Keeffe, Stephen Molumphy for Barry (both half-time), Pauric Mahony for Donnelly (38 mins), Stephen Roche for Barron (45 mins).
UL: S Hassett; M Carmody, J Sheehan, J Browne; D Quinn, D Morrissey, P Walsh (0-1); B Maher, T Ryan; C Malone, B Stapleton (0-2), T O’Brien (0-1, free); J Forde, J Glynn (1-0), Eamonn Murphy. Subs: Tommy Heffernan (0-5, 0-4 frees) for O’Brien (8 mins), M Ryan (0-1) for Murphy (36 mins), M O’Neill (0-1) for Forde (45 mins), Pa Ryan for Quinn (54 mins).
Referee: Cathal McAllister (Cork).