Two Kerry U21 changes

Kerry boss Eamonn Fitzmaurice has made two changes for Wednesday’s Munster U21FC semi-final against Waterford in Austin Stack Park from the side that defeated Tipperary in the quarter-final.

Matthew Galvin, who was corner-back on the UCC team that won the Cork SFC title last year, replaces his twin brother Phillip in defence, while Ian Galvin, a Sigerson Cup player with NUI Galway, comes into the attack at corner-forward. Galvin’s introduction sees Stephen O’Brien switch to wing-forward and Michael Brennan drop to the bench.

KERRY (U21 FC v Waterford): P O’Sullivan, (Churchill); M Galvin, (Ballymacelligott), M Griffin, (St Michael’s Foilmore), F McNamara, (Austin Stacks); P Kilkenny, (Glenbeigh/Glencar), J Sherwood, (Firies), P Murphy, (Rathmore); D O’Sullivan, (Dingle), J Walsh, (Knocknagoshel); S O’Carroll, (Austin Stacks), C Brady (c) (Dr Crokes); S O’Brien, (Kenmare); I Galvin, (Derrynane), C Cox, (Listowel Emmets), K Hurley, (St Pat’s Blennerville).

Subs: P McCarthy, (Rathmore), P Galvin, (Ballymacelligott), M Brennan, (Churchill), D Culhane, (Ballylongford), E O’Connor, (St Michael’s Foilmore), M Reen, (Rathmore), T Morley, (Templenoe), G O’Grady, (Glenbeigh / Glencar), P Lucey, (Legion).


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