Cork strolled to a facile triumph against Limerick in their Camogie Division One clash on Saturday, starting explosively to win 5-17 to 0-6 at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Ashling Thompson was a notable presence throughout the group two game and she exerted her influence from the outset as Cork hit three points in just over the first two minutes via Saoirse McCarthy and two from the brilliant Cliona Healy’s (one from a free).
Five minutes had elapsed when Healy forced a turnover from a puckout, played in Amy O’Connor and the St Vincent’s speedster billowed the net.
Michelle Curtin got Limerick off the mark but within seconds, Sorcha McCartan was rattling another shot to the net after being put into splendid isolation by Izzy O’Regan. More goals from O’Connor, O’Regan and Healy, who finished with a goal and seven, made it 5-10 to 0-3 at half-time, Curtin provided all of the Shannonsiders’ scores.
Matthew Twomey was able to introduce Chloe …