The AUL nosed in front after dreadful defending by the MSL allowed Colin Stack to touch home the opener on 15. Further sloppy defending from the MSL followed and two minutes later, the Cork AUL doubled their advantage when Stack got his second after finding the bottom right-hand corner with a crisp finish.
The MSL were playing well and seemed to knock it around comfortably but, it was Stack who had a great chance to complete his hat-trick when he blazed over with the goal in sight.
But, it was 3-0 to the AUL when Darren Lynch finished well in the 77th minute.
From here on the Cork AUL were well in control and if it were not for some super goalkeeping from Carlo Gleeson, the AUL could have won the game much more comfortably.
Once again, Anthony Peelo was superb at the back. Stephen O'Sullivan in goal had a solid performance and did nothing wrong. Mark Nolan was decisive in midfield whilt Darren Lynch and John Corcoran worked hard up front.
Impressive though were the subs that came on.
Howard Coakley showed tremendous skill on the ball when he got the chance and Dave Dineen also made a big impression as did Eamon O'Sullivan.
Overall it was a decent performance and if I was to be critical, I would say - we gave the possession away far too often. Players going for the ridiculous pass instead of the more effective one.