Two debutants included among four changes for Cork

Cork have named two debutants in a changed line-up that will welcome Dublin to Páirc Uí Rinn tomorrow evening, writes Stephen Barry.

Killian Burke comes in at corner-back for his first start ahead of Conor O’Sullivan, while John Cronin is named at centre-forward as Brian Lawton drops out.

Lorcán McLoughlin has been dropped and he will be joined on the bench by midfielder Daniel Kearney.

Cork’s Killian Burke with Tipperary’s John McGrath. Pic: INPHO/Ken Sutton
Cork’s Killian Burke with Tipperary’s John McGrath. Pic: INPHO/Ken Sutton

Selected in a reconstructed midfield are Bill Cooper, who falls back a line from the half-forwards, and Aidan Walsh.

Luke O’Farrell comes into a reshuffled forward pack.

Damien Cahalane, who was tasked with marking Seamus Callanan the last day out, is named at full-back, with Patrick Horgan spearheading the attack at full-forward.

Meanwhile, Gary Maguire returns between the posts for Dublin, ahead of clubmate Conor Dooley.

The Cork team is as follows:

1 Anthony Nash

2 Mark Ellis

3 Damien Cahalane

4 Killian Burke

5 Cormac Murphy

6 Christopher Joyce

7 William Egan

8 Aidan Walsh

9 Bill Cooper

10 Seamus Harnedy

11 John Cronin

12 Conor Lehane

13 Alan Cadogan

14 Patrick Horgan

15 Luke O'Farrell

Subs:

16 Patrick Collins

17 Conor O’Sullivan

18 Michael Russell

19 Stephen McDonnell

20 Lorcán McLoughlin

21 Mark Coleman

22 Daniel Kearney

23 Darragh Fitzgibbon

24 Brian Lawton

25 Dean Brosnan

26 Shane Kingston


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