Cork name team to face Limerick in U20 Munster Championship
The Cork team to face Limerick in the U20 Munster Championship quarter final on Wednesday evening in Páirc uí Rinn (7.30) has been named.
Denis Ring has players with senior experience in his starting 15, with half back Robert Downey and goalkeeper Ger Collins included, while Fr O'Neills' Ger Millerick, who has also featured for the seniors, is named among the substitutes.
We've been speaking to the Cork boss ahead of the game - press PLAY.
The Cork team to face Limerick:
1. Ger Collins (Ballinhassig)
2. Conor O’Callaghan (Dromtarrife)
3. James Keating (Kildorrery) - Captain
4. Eoin Roche (Bride Rovers)
5. Ryan Walsh (Kanturk)
6. Sean O’ Leary Hayes (Midleton)
7. Robert Downey (Glen Rovers)
8. Tommy O’ Connell (Midleton)
9. Brian Roche (Bride Rovers)
10. Simon Kennefick (Glen Rovers)
11. Craig Hanifin (Na Piarsaigh)
12. Daire Connery ( Na Piarsaigh)
13. Brian Turnbull (Douglas)
14. Shane O’ Regan (Watergrasshill).
15. Evan Sheehan (Na Piarsaigh)
16. Ian Butler (Kildorrery)
17. Ger Millerick (Fr O’Neills)
18. Ronan Sheehan (Mallow)
19. Jamie Copps (Ballyhea )
20. Declan Hanlon (Blarney)
21. Sean Twomey (Courcey Rovers)
22. Liam O’ Shea (Lisgoold)
23. Barry Murphy (Castlelyons)
24. Padraig Power (Blarney)
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