Tipp hurlers make three changes

Tipperary boss Ken Hogan has made three changes from the side that lost narrowly to Cork a fortnight ago for Sunday's National Hurling League second phase clash against in-form Clare in Thurles.

Tipperary boss Ken Hogan has made three changes from the side that lost narrowly to Cork a fortnight ago for Sunday's National Hurling League second phase clash against in-form Clare in Thurles.

Conor O'Mahoney and Paul Kelly form a new midfield partnership, replacing Tom King and Francis Devanney.

In attack, Mark O'Leary comes in at wing-forward for Pa Morrissey. Skipper Benny Dunne moves from midfield to the half-forward line, while John Devane leads the attack.

TIPPERARY (SH v Clare): B Cummins; P Curran, P Maher, H Moloney; D Fanning, D Kennedy, E Corcoran; C O'Mahoney, P Kelly; M O'Leary, J Devane, B Dunne; E Kelly, M Webster, P O'Brien.

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