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Dublin and Cork name teams for Sunday's All-Ireland final

Dublin have made one change for the decider.

Niamh McEvoy comes into the Dublin team.
Niamh McEvoy comes into the Dublin team.
Image: Tommy Dickson/INPHO

NIAMH MCEVOY COMES into the Dublin team for Sunday’s All-Ireland ladies football final against Cork as their only change from the semi-final.

McEvoy replaces Sarah McCaffrey, who she came in for at half-time against Armagh in the previous round. Captain Sinead Aherne is named to start despite her recent injury struggles.

Mick Bohan’s side are chasing a fourth All-Ireland crown in succession. 

Cork, meanwhile, are unchanged as they bid for their first title since 2016.

The game throws-in at 3.30pm on Sunday and will be televised live by TG4.

Cork: M O’Brien; E Meaney, R Phelan, S Kelly; M Duggan, A Hutchings, E O’Shea; M O’Callaghan, H Looney; E Kiely, C O’Sullivan, O Finn; Á O’Sullivan, D O’Sullivan (captain), S Noonan.

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Dublin: C Trant; M Byrne, N Collins, A Kane; L Caffrey, S McGrath, S Goldrick; L Magee, J Dunne; N Healy, L Davey, C Rowe; S Aherne (captain), N McEvoy, N Owens.

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