Cork Senior Football Team to Play Donegal

Peadar Healy has named his Cork Senior Football team to play Donegal in Saturdays All Ireland Championship Round 4B qualifier at Croke Park.

There are three changes to the sides that overcame Longford two weeks ago.

Stephen Cronin comes into the defence in place of Noel Galvin, the Nemo Rangers clubman is named at corner back.

Brian O'Driscoll is named at centre half back in the absense of suspended James Loughrey, while Kevin O'Driscoll comes back to the half back line.

Paddy Kelly is rewarded for his superb display off the bench in the last game, filling the half forward position vacated by O'Driscoll.

Colm O'Neill who also played a big part in that comeback at Pearse Park, reclaims his corner forward position with Daniel Goulding the player to miss out.

Alan Cadogan and Aidan Walsh are included on the match day panel for the first time since they joined the panel after the Hurlers Championship exit.

Conor Dorman and Donncha O'Connor are also named after recovering from injury.

The Cork team in full is as follows;

1. Ryan Price    (O Donovan Rossa)
2. Colm O Driscoll    (Tadhg MacCarthaigh)
3. Eoin Cadogan    (Douglas)
4. Stephen Cronin    (Nemo Rangers)
5. Tomás Clancy    (Fermoy)
6. Brian O Driscoll    (Tadhg MacCarthaigh)
7. Kevin O Driscoll    (Tadhg MacCarthaigh)
8. Alan O Connor    (St Colum's) 
9. Ian Maguire    (St Finbarr's)
10. Paul Kerrigan    (Nemo Rangers)
11. Paddy Kelly    (Ballincollig)
12. Mark Collins    (Castlehaven)
13. Colm O Neill    (Ballyclough)
14. Peter Kelleher    (Kilmichael)
15. Michael Hurley    (Castlehaven)
16. Micheal A Martin    (Nemo Rangers)
17. Alan Cadogan    (Douglas)
18. Tom Clancy    (Clonakilty)
19. Niall Coakley    (St Jude's)
20. Kieran Histon    (Cobh)
21. Conor Dorman    (Bishopstown)
22. Fintan Goold    (Macroom)
23. Donncha O Connor    (Ballydesmond)
24. John O Rourke    (Carbery Rangers)
25. Sean Powter    (Douglas)
26. Aidan Walsh (Kanturk)

The Cork Minor Football team has also been named and can be viewed HERE.

Tune in to Cork's Red FM on Saturday from 2pm for live updates on both the Minor and Senior games from Croke Park, while the Big Red Bench from 6pm will have all the post match reaction, and analysis from Former All Ireland winning Cork Captain Larry Tompkins.

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