Kennedy says it’s likely the game will be played at Championship intensity.Injury concerns regarding Denis Maher, Patrick Maher, Shane McGrath, Paddy Stapleton and Michael Cahill means Eamon O’Shea will have to test the depth of his squad. Kennedy, who won two All Irelands with Tipperary, says the game against Clare is the perfect platform for fringe players to put their hands up for selection. A concept that Eamon O’Shea has said he is open to.Sunday’s game against Clare throws-in at 2 o’clock and we’ll have full live coverage from Cusack Park here on Tipp FM in association with Nenagh Quickfit Centre, Ormond Street Nenagh and Doherty Hardware, Rosemary Square Roscrea. The Premier County will travel to Cusack Park to take on a Banner side who are sitting at the bottom of Division 1A. Kennedy, who won two All Irelands with Tipperary, says a win for Eamon O’Shea’s team will add to their momentum heading into the next round. He spoke to Tipp FM Sport ahead of Sunday’s game in Ennis.
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