Brendan Maher and Jason Forde make their return to the starting fifteen after being rule out last weekend due to illness. Former Tipperary hurling All-Star Ken Hogan says the Tipp players will need to rise to the challenge against old rivals Kilkenny. The Premier County take on the Cats in Round 4 of the National Hurling League in Semple Stadium tomorrow and Tipp will be looking to win their third consecutive game in Division 1A. Hogan, who won two All Ireland hurling titles with Tipperary, says Eamon O’Shea’s side need to continue their impressive work-rate and physicality. Throw-in at Semple Stadium this Sunday is at 2 o’clock and Tipp FM will have full live coverage in association with Doherty Hardware, Roscrea and Bob O’Brien Garage, Nenagh.