Dublin has named the same 15 that beat Kerry in the semi final for Sunday's Liberty Insurance All-Ireland final against Westmeath.
The team will be captained by Emer Keenan. The sides last met on 29 July in the Round Robin phase with Westmeath shading matters 1-10 to 2-6.
Dublin's management team has a direct link with the last senior All-Ireland to come to the Capital. Ann Colgan, a native of Liscarroll, was captain of that Dublin team in 1984. Also on the same side was Carmel O'Byrne whose daughter Róisín Drohan will line out at midfield on Sunday.
Dublin last won the Premier Junior crown in 2006 - Gráinne Power's sister Catríona was on that 2006 side.
Ciara Buchanan of St Finians in Swords and Róisín MacLoughlin of Naomh Olaf (Sandyford) will be the first representatives from their clubs to feature in an All-Ireland final in any code in Croke Park.
1 (GK) Aishling Spillane Skerries Harps
2 Ciara Buchanan St. Finians
3 Niamh Gleeson Na Fianna
4 Róisín Mac Loughlin Naomh Olaf
5 Emma Barron Naomh Jude
6 Deirdre Johnstone Naomh Uinsionn
7 Gráinne Free Na Fianna
8 Gráinne Power Naomh Mearnóg
9 Róisín Drohan Naomh Uinsionn
10 Aoife Dooley Raheny
11 Róisín Baker Na Fianna
12 Evelyn Twomey Naomh Uinsionn
13 Laoise Quinn St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh
14 Aoife Bugler St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh
15 Emer Keenan Lucan Sarsfields
16 Chloe Ní Cheallaigh Naomh Olaf
17 Sinéad Nolan Naomh Jude
18 Eimear O'Riordan Naomh Jude
19 Sinéad Wylde Cuala
20 Laura Walsh Naomh Mearnóg
21 Nadine Murphy Naomh Uinsionn
22 Caoimhe Ní Mhaolagáin St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh
23 Emma O'Flynn Lucan Sarsfields
24 Ciara Carolan St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh
25 Kate Mulvey Whitehall Colmcille
26 Emma Young Cumann Báire Chaoimhín
27 Aoife Walsh Naomh Jude
28 Caragh Dawson Naomh Jude
29 Nícole Burnett Naomh Uinsionn