Kilkenny have named their team to play Cork in the All-Ireland intermediate hurling final in Nowlan Park tomorrow (2pm).
This is the one and only game in the championship, which failed to attract counties other than the two finalists.
The same counties clashed in the final last season, when Kilkenny won in Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Kilkenny (IH v Cork) - Darren Brennan (St Lachtain's); Michael Carey (Young Irelands), Conor Flynn (Graigue Ballycallan), Paul Delahanty (Young Irelands); Paul Hennebry (Mooncoin), Conor Tobin (Fenians), Eamonn Egan (Graigue Ballycallan); Shane Murphy (Glenmore), Patrick Walsh (Mooncoin); Conor Hennessy (Tullogher Rosbercon), Pat O'Carroll (Lisdowney), Owen McGrath (John Lockes); James Bergin (Conahy Shamrocks), Conor O'Carroll (Lisdowney) John Henderson (Fenians).
Subs - Liam Dunphy (Lisdowney), James Burke (Thomastown), Craig Butler (Thomastown), Brian Cahill (Cloneen), Willie Brennan (Fenians), Eoin Kenny (Slieverue), Sean Ryan (Graigue Ballycallan), Rory Hickey (Lisdowney), Noel Doherty (Galmoy).
Management - Dave O’Neill (manager); selector, Nigel Skehan, Tom Phelan, John Brennan.
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