The Waterford minor hurlers will put their Munster title on the line when they travel to the lion’s den of Pairc Ui Chaoimh to take on Cork this Saturday evening (7.30). Despite being the champions, Waterford will go into the game as underdogs following the Rebels’ impressive victory over a highly-fancied Tipperary team in the first round.
The layout of this championship causes a lot of debate every year as supporters and pundits alike discuss its merits. Waterford’s reward for beating Clare is a tricky trip to Cork to take on Cork, while Clare who were well beaten by Waterford were given a relatively straight-forward game with Kerry before defeating Tipperary to set up a very winnable clash with Limerick this Friday.
1.   Darren Duggan  (Dungarvan)
2.   Jamie Barron  (Fourmilewater)
3    Stephen O’Keeffe  (Ballygunner)
4.   Luke Egan    (Dungarvan)
5.   Martin O’Neill      (Mount Sion)
6.   Darragh Fives  (Tourin)
7.   Eoin Madigan  (De La Salle)
8.   Paudric Prendergast  (Lismore)
9.   Gavin O’Brien  (Roanmore)
10. Paudric Mahoney   (Ballygunner)
11. Eamonn Murphy   (Dunhill)
12. Colm Curran  (Dungarvan)
13. Jake Dillon  (De La Salle)
14. Cormac Heffernan  (Ferrybank)
15. Stephen Roche  (Mount Sion)                       
16. Paddy Cooke Ballygunner)
17. Damien Aherne (Ferrybank)
18. Raymond Barry (Lismore)
19. Cein Chester (Roanmore)    
20. Tom Curran (St Olivers)       
21. Sam Lawless (Ferrybank)
22. Colm Morriss (De La Salle)
23. Stephen O’Neill  (Mount Sion)
24. Liam Walsh (Clonea)             
 Extended panel 
Darren Foley (Clashmore), Harley Barnes (Ballygunner), Jim Curran  (St Olivers), Peter O’Keeffe (Lismore), David Cahalane (Cappoquin), Shane McNulty (De La Salle), Séan Ryan    (Dungarvan), Shane Ryan (Fourmilewater), Tom O’Brien   (Lismore).