The first half of the All-Ireland semi-final between Cork and Waterford was one which saw Anthony Nash's vital puck outs come under severe pressure from the Deise at Croke Park.
It was also 35 minutes in which Nash conceded a goal to Michael 'Brick' Walsh when the Stradbally man drilled a low shot past the Cork keeper.
Waterford very nearly had a second goal after 24 minutes. This time, Nash brilliantly intervened.
After Brick Walsh claimed a ball between the Waterford half-back and full-back lines, he laid it off the Pauric Mahony. The Waterford centre-forward drilled a shot towards goal. Despite possibly being partially unsighted due to the position of his own centre-back Mark Ellis, Nash superbly saved.
— The Sunday Game (@TheSundayGame) August 13, 2017