Cork name team for minor semi final against Mayo
The Cork team to face Mayo in the All Ireland Minor Football Championship Semi Final has been named.
The Rebels are unchanged from the side that defeated Monaghan in the quarter finals.
1 Cian O’ Leary - Douglas
2 Adam Walsh Murphy - Valley Rovers
3 Daniel Linehan - Castlemagner
4 Daniel Peet - Clonakilty
5 Darragh Cashman - Millstreet
6 Neil Lordan - Ballinora
7 Joseph O’ Shea - Urhan
8 Jack Lawton - Argideen Rangers
9 Kelan Scannell - Carbery Rangers
10 Hugh Murphy - Eire Og
11 Conor Corbett - Clyda Rovers (Captain)
12 Eoghan Nash - Douglas
13 Michael O’ Neill - Buttevant
14 Patrick Campbell - Nemo Rangers
15 Jack Cahalane - Castlehaven
16 Aaron O' Brien - Mitchelstown
17 Sean Andrews - Shamrocks
18 Nathan Gough - Bishopstown
19 Tadhg O’ Donoghue - Carrignavar
20 Luke Murphy - Cullen
21 Shane Aherne - Douglas
22 Ryan O’ Donovan - Barryroe
23 Keith O’ Driscoll - Gabriel Rangers
24 Alan O’ Hare - Douglas
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