Cork footballers make four changes from team that lost to Tipperary

The Cork footballers have made four changes for their Round 2B qualifier against Limerick as they bid to recover from a shock loss to Tipperary.

Noel Galvin comes into the Cork defence while Alan O'Connor partners Ian Maguire in midfield.

Peter Kelleher and Luke Connolly start in the Cork full-forward line.

Cork footballers make four changes from team that lost to Tipperary

Those missing out are Sean Kiely, John O’Rourke, Conor Dorman and Brian Hurley.

Meanwhile, the Mayo footballers have made three changes to their team ahead of tomorrow's qualifier clash with Fermanagh at MacHale Park.

Manager Stephen Rochford has responded to the Connacht championship exit at the hands of Galway by recalling veteran goalkeeper David Clarke in place of Rob Hennelly.

Midfielders Tom Parsons and Jason Gibbons have both been ruled-out through injury so Seamus O'Shea wins a recall and he'll partner Stephen Coen in the middle as Young Footballer of the Year Diarmuid O'Connor takes the place of Coen in the attack.

The Cork team is as follows:

1. Ryan Price

2. Colm O Driscoll

3. Eoin Cadogan

4. Noel Galvin

5. Tomas Clancy

6. James Loughrey

7. Brian O Driscoll

8. Alan O Connor

9. Ian Maguire

10. Paul Kerrigan

11. Mark Collins

12. Kevin O’Driscoll

13. Colm O’Neill

14. Peter Kelleher

15. Luke Connolly

Subs:

16. Micheal Martin

17. Daniel Goulding

18. John McLoughlin

19. John O Rourke

20. Michael Hurley

21. Niall Coakley

22. Paddy Kelly

23. Ruairi Deane

24. Sean Powter

25. Stephen Cronin

26. Tom Clancy


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