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John Allen sticks with the same fifteen which beat Tipperary for Munster final with Cork

Updated: Friday, 12 Jul 2013 16:58 | Comments

Declan Hannon scored 0-09 in the Tipperary game
Declan Hannon scored 0-09 in the Tipperary game

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Limerick manager John Allen has named an unchanged team to face Cork in their Munster Senior Hurling final on Sunday, throw-in 4pm.

Allen has decided with the same side that beat Tipperary in the semi final which booked them a final spot for the first time since 2007.

Declan Hannon, who scored 0-09 aganist Tipperary, keeps his place in the forward line alongside Graham Mulcahy and Seanie Tobin, who scored the only goal in the semi final. 

Limerick: Nickie Quaid, Stephen Walsh, Richie McCarthy, Tom Condon, Paudie O Brien, Wayne McNamara, Gavin O Mahony, Paul Browne, Dónal O Grady, David Breen, James Ryan, Seamus Hickey, Graham Mulcahy, Declan Hannon, Seanie Tobin.

Subs: Aaron Murphy, Mark Carmody, Cathal King, Alan Dempsey, Shane Dowling, Conor Allis, Niall Moran, Kevin Downes, Paudie Aherne, Tommy Quaid, Thomas Ryan.

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