Sheedy leaves team unchanged

Sheedy leaves team unchanged

Tipperary manager Liam Sheedy is keeping faith with the men who beat Limerick in the Premier County's last visit to Croke Park.

His starting15 for Sunday's All-Ireland Hurling Final meeting with Kilkenny is unchanged from the side that ran out 24-point winners in the semi.

Tipp will be looking to upset an unbroken Cats championship run stretching back to 2006.

Selector Michael Ryan said he is under no illusions as to just how tough the task at hand will be.

The Kilkenny team for Sunday's showdown will be announced tonight.

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