Keohane’s early strike sets Cork up for victory
Cork City got their first league win since August 3rd after proving to be too strong for Limerick at Turner’s Cross last night.
A goal from man of the match Jimmy Keohane after 91 seconds provided the perfect start for his side, though they needed a good save from Peter Cherrie to deny Danny Morrissey scoring an equaliser before half-time.
The lead was doubled eight minutes into the second half as Keohane brilliantly set up Kieran Sadlier, who sidestepped onrushing goalkeeper Tommy Holland and fired home.
If it wasn’t for Holland’s impressive form the margin would have increased further.
In injury time, however, City did get a third as Aaron Barry converted Sadlier’s corner to ensure there was no way back for Limerick.