Wexford manager JJ Doyle has kept faith with the same starting XV that beat Antrim for Saturday's All-Ireland under 21 hurling final against Limerick.

Eoin Conroy captains the side from corner-back as the Model County aim to end a 50-year wait for the U21 prize on the back of securing their third consecutive Leinster title earlier this summer.

Wexford cruised past the Ulster men by eight points in the semi-final.

Wexford: Oliver O'Leary; Simon Donohoe, Liam Ryan, Eoin Conroy (captain); Jim White, Padraig Foley, Jack O'Connor; Conor Devitt, Tony French; Andrew Kenny, Kevin Foley, James Cash; Cathal Dunbar, Conor McDonald, Peter Sutton.

Limerick manager John Kiely has also named the same starting side, with no changes to the team that lined out in the 1-20 to 0-17 semi-final victory over Galway last month.

Robbie Hanley remains the only injury concern for the Munster champions after he suffered a shoulder injury following the Munster final, though he is expected to play.

Wexford, who are three in-a-row Leinster champions, haven’t yet named their team as they attempt to go one better than last year’s All-Ireland final defeat to Clare.

Limerick’s best-known player is Cian Lynch, who made enjoyed an impressive debut season with TJ Ryan’s seniors having captained the county’s minors last year.

Fellow senior panelist Tom Morrissey scored the winning goal against the Tribesmen in the semi-final.

Limerick: David McCarthy; Sean Finn, Richie English, Michael Casey; Diarmaid Byrnes, Barry O'Connell, Gearoid Hegarty; Darragh O'Donovan, Pat Ryan; Ronan Lynch, Cian Lynch, David Dempsey; Colin Ryan, Tom Morrissey, Barry Nash.