TEAMS NEWS: Cork Teams for Weekend of January 13th/14th.
The Cork Hurlers are away to Kerry this afternoon in the Munster Senior League.
John Meylers selection to play Kerry in the Co-op Superstores Munster Senior Hurling League on Sunday (Tralee at 2pm) shows eleven changes to the side which started last weeks defeat to Clare.
Rickard Cahalane, Luke Meade, Declan Dalton and Evan Sheehan are the players retaining their places.
The panel in full is as follows...
1. Patrick Collins - Ballinhassig
2. Seadna Symth - Midleton
3. Colm Barry - Castlelyons
4. Greg Murphy - Newcestown
5. Rickard Cahalane - Ballymartle
6. Niall O Leary - Castlelyons
7. Conor Twomey - Newtownshandrum
8. Conor Cahalane - St Finbarr’s
9. Luke Meade - Newcestown - Captain
10. Eoghain Keniry - Killeagh
11. Declan Dalton - Fr O’ Neills
12. John Looney - Aghada
13. Evan Sheehan - Na Piarsaigh
14. Ian Cahill - Cloyne
15. Mark Sugrue - Bandon
16. Ger Collins - Ballinhassig
17. Aaron Myers - Sarsfields
18. Stephen Condon - Harbour Rovers
19. Paul Lyons - Mallow
20. John Cooper - Eire Og
21. Eoghain Clifford - Cloughduv
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