Cork name Team for EirGrid U21 Munster Final
The Cork team to face Kerry in the EirGrid Munster U21 football final has been named.
The Rebels named their team last night, with boss Sean Hayes making three changes fromt he side that beat Limerick in the semi finals.
Michael Hurley, Sean O'Donoghue and Kevin Flahive all come into the starting 15, with Daniel Meaney, Sean O'Leary and Michael Dineen missing out.
Throw in at Páirc ui Rinn tomorrow night is at 7.30
Ahead of the game, we spoke to captain Sean O'Donoghue - click PLAY
The team in full is :
1) Ross Donovan - Nemo Rangers
2) Sean Daly - Dohenys
3) John Mullins - Eire og
4) Sean Wilson - Douglas
5) Jerry O' Riordan - Carbery Rangers
6) Aidan Browne - Newmarket
7) Cian kiely - Ballincollig
8) Kevin Flahive - Douglas
9) Eoin lavers - Dohenys
10) Brian Coakley - Carrigaline
11) Sean Powter - Douglas
12) Sean O' Donoghue - Inniscarra (Captain)
13) Gary Murphy - Castletownbere
14) Stephen Sherlock - St Finbarrs
15) Michael Hurley - Castlehaven
16) Chris Kelly- Eire Og
17) Kevin O' Donovan - Nemo Rangers
18) Daniel Meaney - St Michaels
19) Liam O' Donovan - Clonakilty
20) Sean O' Leary - Bantry Biues
21) Mark Buckley - Dohenys
22) Sean O' Donovan - Ilen Rovers
23) Tim Foley - Bantry Blues
24) Michael Dineen - Naomh Aban
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