Kerry make seven changes for Laois clash

Kerry make seven changes for Laois clash

Kerry manager Jack O'Connor has made seven changes in personnel for their Allianz Football League Division 1 tie against Laois in Killarney on Sunday (throw-in 2.30pm).

Tomás Mac a tSaoir, Shane Enright, Tomás Ó Sé, Jonathan Lyne, Seamus Scanlon, Johnny Buckley and Kieran O'Leary come into the Kingdom side.

Mac a t'Saoir replaces Brendan Kealy between the posts, while there are three other changes in the defence. Tarbert clubman Enright gets the nod at right corner back in place of Marc Ó Sé.

There is a new look half-back line, with Peter Crowley and Brian McGuire making way. Eoin Brosnan is flanked by Tomás Ó Sé and Legion clubman Lyne.

Bryan Sheehan is now partnered by Seamus Scanlon at midfield, with Duagh's Anthony Maher moving to the bench.

Up front there are two changes in a new-look Kingdom attack. Darran O'Sullivan is flanked by Barry John Keane and Johnny Buckley in the half-forward line.

Declan O'Sullivan moves to full-forward with Kieran O'Learney and Patrick Curtin named in the corners. All-Stars Kieran Donaghy and Paul Galvin drop down to the bench.

KERRY (AFL v Laois) - T Mac a t'Saoir; S Enright, A O'Mahony, K Young; T Ó Sé, E Brosnan, J Lyne; S Scanlon, B Sheehan, BJ Keane, Darran O'Sullivan, J Buckley; K O'Leary, Declan O'Sullivan, P Curtin.

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