Rebels fall flat as Cats scrape into last four

April 2013
Daily Mail;4/ 1/2013, p64
BRIAN CODY praised his lionhearted Cats for bouncing back from the brink of Allianz Hurling League disaster as Kilkenny booked a semi-final place, with Cork falling flat to finish bottom in Division 1A and facing relegation.


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