Tipperary have named an unchanged team for the U20 All-Ireland final against Cork in the LIT Gaelic Grounds on Saturday.
The county is on the crest of a wave following their senior All-Ireland title victory over Kilkenny last weekend and now they pursue back-to-back successes at the U20 grade.
Last year, Tipperary won their first All-Ireland title at the grade when they surprised Cork in the All-Ireland final at the same venue, having earlier suffered a heavy defeat in the Munster decider.
This year, they meet the same adversary, this time with the Munster title in tow, having pipped Cork by a point by a humdinger in the provincial decider.
For Saturday's final, manager Liam Cahill has named an unchanged side to the one which ran riot against Wexford in the Nowlan Park semi-final.
Cork boss Denis Ring has also named an unchanged side.
Tipperary U20 - Aaron Browne; Conor McCarthy, Eoghan Connolly, Craig Morgan; Niall Heffernan, Paddy Cadell, Bryan O'Mara; Ciarán Connolly, Jerome Cahill; Gearóid O'Connor, Jake Morris, Johnny Ryan; Andrew Ormond, Billy Seymour, Conor Bowe.
Substitutes: Eoin Collins, Michael Purcell, Robbie Quirke, Kieran Breen, Darragh Woods, Kian O'Kelly, Joe Fogarty, Seán Hayes, Cathal Bourke.
Cork U20: Ger Collins; Conor O'Callaghan, James Keating, Eoin Roche; Ger Millerick, Sean O’Leary Hayes, Robert Downey; Ryan Walsh, Tommy O’Connell; Sean Twomey, Brian Roche, Daire Connery; Brian Turnbull, Shane O’Regan, Padraig Power.
Substitutes: Ian Butler, Ronan Sheehan, Jamie Copps, Craig Hanifin, Declan Hanlon, Barry Murphy, Simon Kennefick, Evan Sheehan, Liam O'Shea.
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