Mark Coleman says Cork's draw with Tipperary felt like a defeat but that they would take some positives from the result.

The Rebels, who hammered Waterford last week, led by two points in the third added minute but Tipp hauled them back to salvage a point in their Allianz League meeting in Semple Stadium, which ended 0-22 to 2-16.

"Definitely, it does feel like a bit of a defeat," the Blarney clubman told RTÉ’s Saturday GAA Live.

"There’s a lot of positives we can take out of it. We started pretty slowly, which we’re disappointed with, made a lot of poor mistakes, a lot of wides, silly frees given against us.

"But then we fought back into it, got ahead but we're disappointed with letting it slip.

"When things weren't going for us we just stuck with the game plan, fought our way back into it. The way we came back into it, we can take a lot from that."

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Tipp boss Liam Sheedy, whose side also drew with Limerick last weekend, saw his team shoot 17 wides but was content to share the spoils.

"A small little thing might have got us over the line," he said, "but 17 wides is more than these boys would strike to the left or the right of the posts.

"We would be disappointed with that aspect of our play and probably never really threatened the goals again tonight, so we gave the goalie an easy enough time.

"It was a good work-out, Tipp and Cork, nip and tuck.

"What I’m most pleased about is there is a really good spirit in the group."

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