Cork make two changes to full-back line for Wexford qualifier

The Wexford and Cork teams have been named for tomorrow's Hurling qualifier at Semple Stadium.

Wexford are unchanged from their victory over Offaly last time out, but the Rebels make two changes to their full-back line.

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Team captain Stephen McDonnell returns instead of Cormac Murphy, with Mark Ellis moving to the number five jersey, while Conor O'Sullivan is selected instead of Killian Burke.

Cork make two changes to full-back line for Wexford qualifier

The Cork team is as follows:

1. Anthony Nash

2. Stephen McDonnell

3. Damien Cahalane

4. Conor O'Sullivan

5. Mark Ellis

6. Christopher Joyce

7. Aidan Walsh

8. Bill Cooper

9. William Egan

10. Luke O'Farrell

11. John Cronin

12. Conor Lehane

13. Alan Cadogan

14. Seamus Harnedy

15. Patrick Horgan

Subs:

16. Patrick Collins

17. Killian Burke

18. Michael Russell

19. Cormac Murphy

20. Lorcan McLoughlin

21. Mark Coleman

22. Daniel Kearney

23. Darragh Fitzgibbon

24. Brian Lawton

25. Dean Brosnan

26. Shane Kingston

The Wexford team is as follows:

1 Mark Fanning

2 Eoin Moore

3 Matthew O'Hanlon

4 James Breen

5 Diarmuid O'Keeffe

6 Paudie Foley

7 Eanna Martin

8 Jack O'Connor

9 Eoin Conroy

10 Liam Og McGovern

11 Lee Chin

12 Podge Doran

13 Paul Morris

14 Conor McDonald

15 David Dunne

Subs:

16 Conor O'Leary

17 Andrew Kenny

18 Harry Kehoe

19 Sean Murphy

20 Simon Donohoe

21 Cathal Dunbar

22 Aidan Nolan

23 Aaron Maddock

24 Gary Moore

25 Kevin Sheridan

26 Joe O Connor

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