Cork unchanged, Breen returns for Limerick in Munster final

Cork unchanged, Breen returns for Limerick in Munster final

Cork manager Jimmy Barry Murphy has named an unchanged side for Sunday's Munster Hurling final clash with Limerick.

That means Mark Ellis has been passed fit to take his place at centre back, with Damien Cahalane retaining his place at right corner back.

Limerick manager TJ Ryan has made one change from last month's win over Tipperary, with David Breen replacing Sean Tobin at corner forward.

For Sunday's Connacht Football final, captain Paul Conroy has been restored to Galway's full forward line for their meeting with Mayo.

Joss Moore also comes into the side at corner back, with Aonghus Tierney making way.

Laois manager Tomas O'Flatharta has restored Darren Strong to right half back for tomorrow's round 3A qualifier with Tipperary.

Strong had been dropped for the win over Wexford for having played a club game.

He replaces Stephen Attride, while Damien O'Connor will line out at left corner forward at the expense of Denis Booth.

GALWAY (SFC): M Breathnach; D O’Neill, F Hanley, J Moore; G Bradshaw, G O’Donnell, P Varley; F O’Curraoin, T Flynnn; M Lundy, S Walsh, D Comer; P Conroy, E Hoare, D Cummins.

Laois (SFC v Tipperary): Graham Brody; Padraig McMahon, Paul Begley, Peter O'Leary; Darren Strong, Robbie Kehoe, Colm Begley; Kevin Meaney, John O'Loughlin; Conor Meredith, Billy Sheehan, Niall Donoher; Ross Munnelly, Donal Kingston, Damien O'Connor.

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