Kingston Names 30 Man Squad for Hurling League
The Cork Senior Management Hurling have announced the Panel for the upcoming Allianz Hurling League.
The 30 man squad includes Former Cork Minor Captain Cathal Cormack from Blackrock, his clubmate Stephen Murphy, Aghada's William Leahy, Colm Spillane of Castlelyons and Paul Haughney of Midleton.
Sarsfields duo Cian McCarthy and Conor O'Sullivan return having left the panel last season, while William Egan of Kilbrin is also reinstated for 2016.
Kieran Kingstons side open their League campaign away to 2015 All Ireland Finalists Galway on February 14th
The Cork Senior Hurling Panel in full is as follows;
Aidan Walsh Kanturk
Alan Cadogan Douglas
Anthony Nash Kanturk
Bill Cooper Youghal
Brian Lawton Castlemartyr
Cathal Cormack Blackrock
Christopher Joyce Na Pairsaigh
Cian McCarthy Sarsfields
Colm Spillane Castlelyons
Conor O' Sullivan Sarsfields
Conor Lehane Midleton
Cormac Murphy Mallow
Damien Cahalane St Finbarrs
Daniel Kearney Sarsfields
Killian Burke Midleton
Lorcan McLoughlin Kanturk
Luke O'Farrell Midleton
Mark Ellis Millstreet
Patrick Collins Ballinhassig
Paidi O' Sullivan Cloyne
Pat Horgan Glen Rovers
Patrick Cronin Bishopstown
Paul Haughney Midleton
Seamus Harnedy St.Ita's
Shane O' Neill Bishopstown
Stephen Moylan Douglas
Stephen Murphy Blackrock
Steve McDonnell Glen Rovers
William Egan Kilbrin
William Leahy Aghada
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