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Richie Power replaces his brother in the Cats' forwards line.
Richie Power replaces his brother in the Cats' forwards line.
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Power and Tyrrell return to Kilkenny starting line-up for Allianz Hurling final

Joey Holden has been drafted into the Cats’ defence as Brian Cody makes three changes.
May 2nd 2014, 9:35 PM 4,716 3

KILKENNY BOSS BRIAN CODY has made three changes to his team ahead of Sunday’s Allianz Hurling League final IN Thurles.

Cody and his selectors have opted to continue with their rotation policy and many big names have been left on the Cats’ bench.

Joey Holden comes into the side at wing back with Padraig Walsh pushing into midfield where he will partner Michael Fennelly. Jackie Tyrrell will wear the No.6 shirt this time around with Brian Hogan dropping to the subs bench.

Walter Walsh also drops to the subs bench with Richie Hogan moving from midfield to the half forwards line. Fit again Richie Power replaces his brother, John, at corner forward​. Eoin Larkin has recovered from wrist injury sustained in recent club game and is named among the substitutes for the final.

KILKENNY

  1. Eoin Murphy
  2. Paul Murphy
  3. JJ Delaney
  4. Brian Kennedy
  5. Joey Holden
  6. Jackie Tyrrell
  7. Cillian Buckley
  8. Michael Fennelly
  9. Padraig Walsh
  10. Richie Hogan
  11. Colin Fennelly
  12. TJ Reid
  13. Richie Power
  14. Mark Kelly
  15. Henry Shefflin

Substitutes

16. David Herity
17. Tommy Walsh
18. Brian Hogan
19. Kieran Joyce
20. Conor Fogarty
21. Michael Walsh
22. Lester Ryan
23. Walter Walsh
24. Eoin Larkin
25. Aidan Fogarty
26. Jonjo Farrell

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