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# Team news
Champions Limerick name unchanged team for Munster minor hurling final
The Shannonsiders are chasing a third successive provincial crown.

LIMERICK MANAGER LEO O’Connor has named an unchanged team for Sunday’s Electric Ireland Munster minor hurling final against Tipperary.

O’Connor has kept faith with the starting 15 that narrowly saw off Cork in a dramatic semi-final at the Gaelic Grounds.

Meanwhile, Tipperary boss Liam Cahill has made two changes to the side that beat Clare by four points.

The Kiruane MacDonaghs pair of Cian Darcy and Darragh Peters come in at right half-forward and left half-back respectively, the injured Stephen Quirke the one to miss out in attack.

With Peters pulling on his customary number seven shirt, Kevin Hassett who started in his place in the semi-final, switches to the right side for Sunday’s encounter at Semple Stadium.

Throw-in is at 2pm.

Limerick

1. Eoghan McNamama (captain)(Doon)

2. Thomas Hayes (Doon)
3. Conor McSweeney (South Liberties)
4. Jack O Grady (Knockainey)

5. Conor Byrnes (Murroe Boher)
6. Paddy O Loughlin (Kilmallock)
7. Conor Houlihan (Na Piarsaigh)

8. Darragh Carroll (Kilteely Dromkeen)
9. Thomas Grimes (Na Piarsaigh)

10. Kyle Hayes (Kildimo Pallaskenry)
11. Seamus Flanagan (Feohanagh Castlemahon)
12. Brian Ryan (South Liberties)

13. Peter Casey (Na Piarsaigh)
14. Mickey Mackey (Adare)
15. Barry Murphy (Doon)

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Tipperary

1. Padraic Hayes – Ballingarry

2. Enda Heffernan – Clonoulty Rossmore
3. Emmet Moloney – Drom & Inch
4. James Quigley – Kildangan

5. Kevin Hassett – Drom & Inch
6. Brian McGrath – Loughmore Castleiney
7. Darragh Peters – Kilruane MacDonaghs(Capt.)

8. Darragh Carey – Templederry Kenyons
9. Liam McCutcheon – Templederry Kenyons

10. Cian Darcy – Kilruane MacDonaghs
11. Garry Ryan – Borrisokane
12. Alan Tynan – Roscrea

13. Thomas Nolan – Drom & Inch
14. David Gleeson – Ballinahinch
15. Lyndon Fairbrother – J.K. Brackens

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