Fitzgerald to start for Tipp

Tipperary boss Ken Hogan has made two changes from the side that lost to Clare last weekend for Sunday's National Hurling League clash against Galway.

Tipperary boss Ken Hogan has made two changes from the side that lost to Clare last weekend for Sunday's National Hurling League clash against Galway.

Defender David Kennedy, who picked up a groin injury in the Banner defeat, makes way for Diarmuid Fitzgerald.

Fitzgerald goes to left half-back with Eamonn Corcoran moving to the heart of defence.

Colin Morrissey returns to partner Paul Kelly in midfield, having overcome ankle ligament trouble. Conor O'Mahoney drops to the bench.

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

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