Cork name unchanged team to face Tipp in Minor hurling semi-final replay

Cork have named an unchanged team for this evening's Munster MHC semi-final replay against Tipperary at Páirc Uí Rinn (7.30pm).

Ross Howell, a first-half withdrawal in the drawn game last Thursday, retains his place in the half-back line.

Further forward, there is no starting spot for Declan Hanlon despite the notable contribution he made when introduced last week. 

The winners will play Clare in the Munster final this Sunday. It is 2008 since Cork appeared in the provincial minor decider.
 
 
Cork: G Collins (Ballinhassig); C O' Callaghan (Dromtarriffe), S O' Leary Hayes (Midleton), E Roche (Bride Rovers); R Howell (Douglas), J Keating (Kildorrery), G Millerick (Fr. O Neill's); D Connery (Na Piarsaigh), D Lenihan (Ballyhooly); C Hanifin (Na Piarsaigh), L O'Shea (Lisgoold), B Roche (Bride Rovers); E Sheehan (Na Piarsaigh), R Downey (Glen Rovers), B Turnbull (Douglas).
 
Subs: I Butler (Kildorrery), J O Callaghan (Charleville), R Sheehan (Mallow), Aaron Walsh Barry (Carrigtwohill), B Murphy (Castlelyons), B Buckley (Dromina), D Jones (Dromina), D Hanlon (Blarney), Colin O Brien (Liscarroll Churchtown Gaels).

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