Creedon, who started at right half-forward that day had delayed his planned emigration to be available for the match but is unavailable this time as he has taken up residency in the US.
Given his side only scored seven points, his loss will be keenly felt.
His brother Eoin was Kilmurry’s main man in the drawn game, working himself to a standstill in midfield and he will need to produce another sterling effort if they are to win. Along with Creedon, Liam Long, who won a Munster MFC medal in 2007, will be looked to for a big performance.
Rockchapel report a clean bill of health for the game and will look to Ian Guiney and John O’Callaghan to guide them to victory.