Kerry manager Jack O'Connor has made two changes in personnel for Saturday's Allianz Football League clash with Armagh in Tralee (throw-in 7pm).
Rathmore's Aidan O'Mahony comes back into the Kingdom half-back line, taking over from Peter Crowley who played against Dublin.
Anthony Maher, who impressed as a substitute last time out, now partners Bryan Sheehan at midfield, with Seamus Scanlon losing out.
Paul Galvin, Darran O'Sullivan and Seán O'Sullivan continue to form a formidable half-forward line.
Kieran Donaghy will captain the side from full-forward and is flanked by James O'Donoghue and Barry John Keane.
O'Connor also welcomes back Declan O'Sullivan into the panel, following his involvement with Dromid Pearses in their recent All-Ireland JFC semi-final against Tyrone side Derrytresk.
KERRY (AFL v Armagh): Brendan Kealy; Shane Enright, Marc Ó Sé, Brian Maguire; Tomás Ó Sé, Killian Young, Aidan O'Mahony; Anthony Maher, Bryan Sheehan; Paul Galvin, Darran O'Sullivan, Seán O'Sullivan; James O'Donoghue, Kieran Donaghy (capt), Barry John Keane.