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Cork Make One Change To Strong Team For U21 Final Against Tipp

Cork have made one change to their side to face Tipperary in the All Ireland U21 hurling final tomorrow evening in Gaelic Grounds. 

David Griffin is named at full-back after recovering from a hamstring injury he sustained in a senior training session prior to Cork’s All Ireland semi-final.

Ger Millerick moves to midfield to partner Darragh Fitzgibbon while John Cashman is the player to lose his spot.

Tipperary have named an unchanged side from the team that overcame Galway in the semi-final earlier this month with Mark Kehoe set to start at full-forward having successfully overturned the red card he was shown in that victory.

The two sides met in the Munster final earlier this year, with Cork emerging as comprehensive winners on a scoreline of 2-23 to 1-13.

Throw-in on Sunday in Gaelic Grounds is 5.30pm.

Tipperary: Barry Hogan; Eoghan Connolly, Brian McGrath, Killian O’Dwyer; Podge Campion, Robert Byrne, Dillon Quirke; Stephen Nolan, Ger Browne; Colin English, Jerome Cahill, Paudie Feehan; Jake Morris, Mark Kehoe, Cian Darcy.

 

Cork: Ger Collins; David Lowney, David Griffin, Niall O’Leary; Eoghan Murphy, Mark Coleman, Billy Hennessy; Ger Millerick, Darragh Fitzgibbon; Robbie O’Flynn, Declan Dalton, Shane Kingston; Liam Healy, Tim O’Mahony, Jack O’Connor.

 

 

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