Cork Minor Manager Donal O'Sullivan Previews Dublin Clash
The Cork Minor Footballers return to action tomorrow afternoon after their Munster Final defeat to Kerry. The rebels meet Leinster champions Dublin in the All Ireland Quarter finals at Semple Stadium. Donal O’Sullivan and his selectors have made four changes to the team that lost out to Kerry in the Munster Final. Maidhc Ó Duinnín and Brian Coakley return from injury, having featured in the team earlier this year, while David Lowney also comes into the side, and Anthony Kidney starts in goal. Cian O’Donovan, Tom Bushe, Colm O'Driscoll and Seán O’Leary are the players to make way. We've been speaking to the Cork Minor Manager about how preparations have gone for the last eight tie, click PLAY above to hear the interview in full. Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football Championship Quarter-Finals Monday August 4th Dublin v Cork, Semple Stadium, 2pm Kerry v Kildare, Semple Stadium, 3.45pm
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