Cork U16 Manager Ronan Collins described his side’s win against Waterford on Sunday in the Munster SFAI Subway Final as “a complete team performance”.

Despite the first half ending 0-0, a blistering second half saw Cork score five goals, with those coming on from the bench having a huge say in the outcome of the tie.

CORK U16 v Waterford Munster SFAI Subway Championship Final Subway reps Harmendra Singh and Sanjit Singh

Both these teams had met in the group stages, with Cork also winning that game, but Sunday’s final was a much tighter affair, at least until the second half.

After the restart Daniel Cunningham and Mathew Healy got the scoring underway, and once they had built up momentum there was no stopping Collins’ side.

Robert Geaney-O’Brien, Finn O’Brien and Jack Leonard added to the goal tally, and Cork now progress into the national semi-finals where they will face Galway.

They registered a 2-2 draw with Mayo on Saturday, and that was enough to see them through having already beaten Mayo 1-0 in the first game.

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