The Kilkenny team to face Galway in Tuesday’s Leinster U20 hurling championship semi-final was named on Monday evening.
We’ll have live commentary and analysis with Brendan Hennessy and Michael Walsh on deck for KCLR, live on-air and online from Bórd na Móna O’Connor Park, Tullamore, with a 7.30pm throw-in time.
Galway beat Kilkenny at the 0-19 to 1-11 at the same stage last year, ultimately losing out to Dublin in the 2020 final played only last month.
- Aidan Tallis (Lisdowney)
- David Fogarty (O’Loughlin Gaels)
- Jamie Young (O’Loughlin Gaels)
- Peter McDonald (Thomastown)
- Shane Staunton (C, Clara)
- Stephen Keoghan (Graigue-Ballycallan)
- Padraig Dempsey (Mullinavat)
- Cian Kenny (James Stephens)
- Pádraic Moylan (Dicksboro)
- Liam Moore (Dicksboro)
- Conor Kelly (O’Loughlin Gaels)
- Jack Morrissey (St. Patrick’s)
- Ciarán Brennan (Bennettsbridge)
- Timmy Clifford (Dicksboro)
- Eoin Guilfoyle (James Stephens)
On the bench: Diarmuid Galway, William Halpin, Tomás Dunne, Cathal Beirne, Ian Byrne, George Murphy, Jack Buggy, Paul Cody, Billy Drennan
- Paddy Rabbitte (Athenry)
- Eoin Lawless (Athenry)
- Eoghan Geraghy (Oranmore Maree)
- Christy Brennann (Clarinbridge)
- Shane Quirke (Athenry)
- Sean Neary (JC, Castlebar)
- Evan Duggan (St. Thomas’)
- Ian McGlynn (JC, Kilconeiron)
- Jason Donoghue (Gort)
- Diarmuid Kilcommins (Annaghdown)
- Sean McDonagh (Skehana Mountbellew/Moylough)
- John Cooney (Sarsfields)
- Niall Collins (Cappataggle)
- Donal O’Shea (Salthill Knocknacarra)
- Oisin Flannery (St. Thomas’)
We’ll have live team just and changes on air just ahead of throw-in time at 7.30pm.
Dublin and Offaly contest the other semi-final at the same time.