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Both Tipperary And Clare Make Three Changes For All-Ireland Quarter-Final

Clare and Tipperary have named their teams for the All-Ireland Hurling Championship quarter-final on Saturday. The two Munster counties will face off in Páirc Uí Chaoimh for the first intercounty game at the Lee-side venue.

The Banner’s management team of Donal Maloney and Gerry O’Connor have made three changes to the side that lost to Cork in the Munster final. David McInerney and Aron Shanagher miss out due to injury, while Oisín O’Brien drops out of the starting team.

Cian Dillion, Jamie Shanahan and Aaron Cunningham all come into the side.

Clare team to face Tipperary:

1. Andrew Fahy
2. Seadna Morey
3. Patrick O’Connor
4. Cian Dillon
5. David Fitzgerald
6. Conor Cleary
7. Jamie Shanahan
8. Colm Galvin
9. Tony Kelly
10. Cathal Malone
11. Podge Collins
12. John Conlon
13. Shane O’Donnell
14. Aaron Cunningham
15. Conor McGrath

Meanwhile, Michael Ryan has also made three changes from the last game – their comprehensive win over Dublin in the qualifiers.

Daragh Mooney returns in goals in place of Darren Gleeson, Seamus Kennedy comes back into the half-back line while Noel McGrath comes back into the forwards.

Tipperary team to face Clare:

1. Daragh Mooney
2. Donagh Maher
3. Tomás Hamill
4. James Barry
5. Seamus Kennedy
6. Ronan Maher
7. Padraic Maher
8. Brendan Maher
9. Michael Breen
10. Noel McGrath
11. Patrick Maher
12. Dan McCormack
13. John O’Dwyer
14. Seamus Callanan
15. John McGrath

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Make sure to check out the latest episode of The 16th Man podcast, where we chat to Shane McGrath ahead of Clare vs Tipp.

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