Cork name team to face Tipperary in the McGrath Cup
Cork boss Peadar Healy has named his starting 15 for tomorrow night's McGrath Cup clash with Tipperary.
That takes place in Dr. Morris Park, Thurles tomorrow night and has a 7.30 throw in.
The Cork starting 15 is:
1. Ryan Price - O Donovan Rossa
2. Michael Shields - St Finbarrs
3. John Mullins - Eire Og
4. John McLoughlin - Kanturk
5. Stephen Cronin - Nemo Rangers
6. Conor Dorman - Bishopstown
7. Matthew Taylor - Mallow
8. Ian Maguire - St Finbarrs
9. Ruairi Deane - Bantry Blues
10. Sean Powter - Douglas
11. Mark Collins - Castlehaven
12. Kevin O Driscoll - Tadhg MacCarthaigh
13. Niall Coakley - St Judes
14. Peter Kelleher - Kilmichael
15. Cian Dorgan - Ballincollig
16. Ken O Halloran - Bishopstown
17. Brian O Driscoll - Tadhg MacCarthaigh
18. Don O Driscoll - Clann na nGael
19. Kevin Davis - O Donovan Rossa
20. Kieran Histon - Cobh
21. Padraig De Roiste - Fermoy
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