Cork make changes for Waterford Crystal Cup clash

Cork make changes from the team that beat UL last weekend for Saturday’s Waterford Crystal Cup quarter-final hurling clash with CIT at the CIT grounds in Bishopstown (2pm).

Cian McCarthy is unavailable due to work schedules and Sean O’Donoghue is with the U21 football squad this weekend.

Christopher Joyce is selected at full-back in place of Damien Cahalane, while Paudie O’Sullivan is in at full-forward with Like O’Farrell dropping to the bench.

Dayne Lee is named at wing forward instead of Peter Kelleher who is on the bench. Ballymartle’s Darren McCarthy starts at corner-forward with Youghal’s Alan Frahill O’Connor at wing forward.

CORK (v CIT): P Collins (Ballinhassig); W Kearney (Sarsfields), C Joyce (Na Piarsaigh), C O’Sullivan (Sarsfields); B O’Sullivan (Fermoy), L McLoughlin (Kanturk), G O’Connor (St. Finbarr’s); B Murray (Bishopstown), P Haughney (Midleton); D Lee (Na Piarsaigh), A Walsh (Killeagh), A Frahill O’Connor (Youghal); S Moylan (Douglas), P O’Sullivan (Cloyne), D McCarthy (Ballymartle).

Subs: A Nash (Kanturk), D Cahalane (St. Finbarrs), D Kearney (Sarsfields), P Cronin (Bishopstown), B Lawton (Castlemartyr), L O’Farrell (Midleton), P Horgan (Glen Rovers), L Meade (Newcestown), P Kelleher (Kilmichael).


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