Dual star Cadogan faces busy weekend

DOUGLAS dual player Eoin Cadogan faces a busy weekend as both the Cork senior hurlers and footballers continue their pursuit of Allianz National League honours.

Cadogan is selected at left half back on the football team to meet Dublin at Páirc Uí Rinn tomorrow night, while the following day he is listed at full-back on the hurling team to meet Waterford at Walsh Park.

With both Donnacha O’Connor and Colm O’Neill ruled out because of suspension and injury, respectively, following last weekend’s defeat by Tyrone in Omagh, the Cork football selectors have made a number of changes for the visit of the Dubs.

Paddy O’Shea of St Vincent’s takes over from Ken O’Halloran in goal. Noel O’Leary moves to right half back, with Ger Spillane returning to the heart of defence and Cadogan slotted in at left half back. Alan O’Connor and Pearse O’Neill continue their midfield partnership, but a new-look forward line has been unveiled.

Fintan Goold starts on the right flank of attack with Nicholas Murphy operating at centre-forward in place of O’Connor. Left half forward Paddy Kelly and right corner forward Daniel Goulding retain their positions, but Paul Kerrigan takes over the full-forward position from Paul O’Flynn while John Hayes comes in at top of the left in place of the injured O’Neill.

Despite their morale-boosting win over All-Ireland champions Kilkenny, the Cork hurling selectors have also rung the changes for their clash with Waterford. Anthony Nash replaces Donal Óg Cusack in goal. Kevin Hartnett and Sean Óg O hAilpín take over the corner back berths from Shane O’Neill and Shane Murphy.

O’Neill is now placed at right half back, with Brian Murphy lining out at centre back and Michael Walsh coming in at left half back. John Gardiner and Cathal Naughton form a new midfield partnership, while Cian McCarthy will operate on the forty instead of Mark O’Sullivan.

Ben O’Connor and Niall McCarthy continue to hold down the wing half forward positions. Team captain Kieran Murphy is retained at right corner forward but his Sarsfields club colleague Michael Cussen is chosen ahead of Ailsakie O hAilpíin at full forward with Paudie O’Sullivan taking over the left corner forward position from Patrick Horgan.

Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has made five changes for Sunday’s NFL Division One clash with Galway at Pearse Stadium. John Devine makes his first appearance of the season in goal, where he replaces Johnny Curran. And there’s a first taste of action in 2010 for defender Ciaran Gourley, in at corner back for Cathal McCarron.

Joe McMahon returns from injury to take over from Mark Donnelly at right half forward, a line which sees two changes from the side that defeated Cork. Colm McCulllagh gets his first start of the year at the expense of club colleague Eoin McCusker. Owen Mulligan is unavailable, and his place at corner forward goes to league debutant Jason McAnulla.

The Galway team to play Tyrone shows a number of changes from the Kerry game. Declan Meehan comes in to the back line with Donal O’Neill dropping to the bench while Eoin Concannon makes his first League start replacing the injured Michael Meehan. Fiacha Breathnach starts at number 11 with Niall Coleman moving to midfield to replace injured Barry Cullinane.

The Wexford team to play Fermanagh shows two changes from that which lost to Cavan past weekend. Dylan Kehoe replaces the suspended Brian Malone. Ciarán Deely comes in at wing forward, with Collie Byrne moving to midfield at the expense of Dathi Waters.

CORK (SF v Dublin): P. O’Shea; R. Carey, M. Shields, E. Cotter; N. O’Leary, G. Spillane, E. Cadogan; A. O’Connor, P. O’Neill; F. Goold, N. Murphy, P. Kelly; D. Goulding, P. Kerrigan, J. Hayes.

CORK (SH v Waterford): A. Nash; K. Hartnett, E. Cadogan, S. Óg O h-Ailpin; S. O’Neill, B. Murphy, M. Walsh; J. Gardiner, C. Naughton; B. O’Connor, C. McCarthy, N. McCarthy; K. Murphy, M. Cussen, P. O’Sullivan.

OFFALY (SH v Galway):B .Mullins; J. Rigney, D. Kenny, M. Verney); G. Oakley, P. Cleary, D. Morkan; D. Molloy, R. Hanniffy; B. Carroll, K. Brady, C. Mahon; S. Dooley, J. Bergin, D. Currams.

TYRONE (SF v Galway) NFL: J. Devine; M. Swift, Justin McMahon, C. Gourley; D. Harte, C. Gormley, R. McMenamin; A. Cassidy, C. Cavanagh; Joe McMahon, C. McCullagh, R. Mulgrew; T. McGuigan, M. Penrose, J McAnulla.

WEXFORD (SF v Fermanagh): A. Masterson; J. Wadding, D. Walsh, N. Murphy; D. Kehoe, D. Murphy, A. Doyle; C. Byrne, D. Waters; C. Byrne, R. Barry, A. Flynn; C. Lyng, P. Naughter, S. Roche.

GALWAY (SF v Tyrone): É. O Conghaile; D. Reilly, F. Hanley, D. Burke; D. Meehan. D. Blake, G. O'Donnell; P. Conroy, N. Coleman; G. Sice, F. Breathnach, J. Bergin; E. Concannon, N. Joyce, M. Clancy.

LIMERICK (SH v Tipperary): T Flynn; D Lynch, D Kenny, S O’Neill; L O Dwyer, A Brennan, N Quaid; B O’Sullivan, D Madden; P Browne, J O'Brien, C Mullane; G Mulcahy, P McNamara, A O’Connor.

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CourtsGaaPlace: DublinPlace: Páirc Uí RinnPlace: Walsh ParkPlace: OmaghPlace: Pearse StadiumPerson: CadoganPerson: Eoin CadoganPerson: Donnacha O’ConnorPerson: Colm O’NeillPerson: Paddy O’SheaPerson: Ken O’HalloranPerson: Noel O’LearyPerson: Ger SpillanePerson: Alan O’ConnorPerson: Pearse O’NeillPerson: Fintan GooldPerson: Nicholas MurphyPerson: O’ConnorPerson: Paddy KellyPerson: Daniel GouldingPerson: Paul KerriganPerson: Paul O’FlynnPerson: John HayesPerson: O’NeillPerson: Anthony NashPerson: Dónal Óg CusackPerson: Kevin HartnettPerson: Seán Óg Ó hAilpínPerson: Shane O’NeillPerson: Shane MurphyPerson: Brian MurphyPerson: Michael WalshPerson: John GardinerPerson: Cathal NaughtonPerson: Cian McCarthyPerson: Mark O’SullivanPerson: Ben O’ConnorPerson: Niall McCarthyPerson: Kieran MurphyPerson: Michael CussenPerson: Ailsakie O hAilpíinPerson: Paudie O’SullivanPerson: Patrick HorganPerson: Mickey HartePerson: John DevinePerson: Johnny CurranPerson: Ciaran GourleyPerson: Cathal McCarronPerson: Joe McMahonPerson: Mark DonnellyPerson: Colm McCulllaghPerson: Eoin McCuskerPerson: Owen MulliganPerson: Jason McAnullaPerson: Declan MeehanPerson: Donal O’NeillPerson: Eoin ConcannonPerson: Michael MeehanPerson: Fiacha BreathnachPerson: Niall ColemanPerson: Barry CullinanePerson: Dylan KehoePerson: Brian MalonePerson: Ciarán DeelyPerson: Collie ByrnePerson: Dathi WatersPerson: P. O’SheaPerson: R. CareyPerson: CotterPerson: N. O’LearyPerson: A. O’ConnorPerson: P. O’NeillPerson: F. GooldPerson: N. MurphyPerson: P. KellyPerson: D. GouldingPerson: CorkPerson: A. NashPerson: K. HartnettPerson: E. CadoganPerson: S. Óg O h-AilpinPerson: S. O’NeillPerson: M. WalshPerson: J. GardinerPerson: B. O’ConnorPerson: K. MurphyPerson: P. O’SullivanPerson: B .MullinsPerson: J. RigneyPerson: D. KennyPerson: G. OakleyPerson: P. ClearyPerson: D. MorkanPerson: D. MolloyPerson: HanniffyPerson: B. CarrollPerson: K. BradyPerson: S. DooleyPerson: J. BerginPerson: TyronePerson: J. DevinePerson: M. SwiftPerson: Justin McMahonPerson: C. GourleyPerson: D. HartePerson: C. GormleyPerson: R. McMenaminPerson: A. CassidyPerson: CavanaghPerson: C. McCullaghPerson: R. MulgrewPerson: T. McGuiganPerson: J McAnullaPerson: A. MastersonPerson: J. WaddingPerson: D. WalshPerson: D. KehoePerson: D. MurphyPerson: C. ByrnePerson: D. WatersPerson: R. BarryOrganisation: CorkOrganisation: WaterfordOrganisation: TyroneOrganisation: St VincentOrganisation: All-Organisation: KilkennyOrganisation: SarsfieldsOrganisation: GalwayOrganisation: KerryOrganisation: WexfordOrganisation: FermanaghOrganisation: SFOrganisation: SHOrganisation: NFL
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