Team news: Waterford stick with Munster final side

Waterford have named the same team as that which lost the Munster final for tomorrow’s All-Ireland SHC quarter-final against Wexford in Semple Stadium (2pm).

The Déise suffered a 22-point reversal against Tipperary earlier this month.

There is one change on the Wexford team since the win over Cork in the last round. With Podge Doran injured, Harry Kehoe is selected at left half-forward while Liam Ryan and Nicky Kirwan are included among the substitutes.

Kerry clash with Lancashire in the All-Ireland JFC semi-final in Manchester (2pm) and there are three changes since the Munster final win over Cork. Fionán Clifford, Robert Wharton and Kevin O’Sullivan are all selected, with Darren Brosnan, Patrick Clifford and Paul O’Donoghue missing out.

WATERFORD (SHC v Wexford):

S O’Keeffe (Ballygunner); S Fives (Tourin), B Coughlan (Ballygunner), N Connors (Passage); T de Búrca (Clashmore/Kinsalebeg), A Gleeson (Mount Sion), Philip Mahony (Ballygunner); J Barron (Fourmilewater), D Fives (Tourin); K Moran (De La Salle), S Bennett (Ballysaggart), M Walsh (Stradbally); P Curran (Dungarvan), Pauric Mahony (Ballygunner), M Shanahan (Lismore).

WEXFORD (SHC v Waterford):

M Fanning (Glynn-Barntown); E Moore (Oulart The Ballagh), M O’Hanlon (St James), J Breen (Adamstown); D O’Keeffe (St Anne’s), P Foley (Crossabeg/Ballymurn), É Martin (Geraldine O’Hanrahans); J O’Connor (St Martin’s), E Conroy (Naomh Éana); L Óg McGovern (St Anne’s), L Chin (Faythe Harriers), H Kehoe (Cloughbawn); P Morris (Ferns St Aidan’s), C McDonald (Naomh Éanna), D Dunne (Davidston/Courtnacuddy).

TIPPERARY (SF v Derry):

E Comerford (Kilsheelan-Kilcash); C O’Shaughnessy (Ardfinnan), A Campbell (Moyle Rovers), C McDonald (Aherlow); B Maher (Kilsheelan-Kilcash), R Kiely (Carbery Rangers), J Feehan (Killenaule); P Acheson (Moyle Rovers), G Hannigan (Shannon Rovers); J Keane (Golden-Kilfeacle), K O’Halloran (Portroe), B Fox (Éire Óg Annacarty); P Austin (Borrisokane), M Quinlivan (Clonmel Commercials), C Sweeney (Ballyporeen).

KERRY (JF v Lancashire):

D O’Shea (Ballydonoghue); F Clifford (Waterville), J Foley (Ballydonoghue), C Ó Lúing (An Ghaeltacht); L Bastible (John Mitchels), A Barry (Na Gaeil), R Wharton (Renard); A Spillane (Templenoe), M O’Donnell (Austin Stacks); B Ó Seanacháin (Ballydonoghue), K O’Sullivan (Kenmare), D Foran (St Senan’s); SM Ó Conchúir (An Ghaeltacht), K Hurley (St Pat’s), N O’Shea (Dromid Pearses).

MAYO (JF v Offaly):

M Flanagan (Balla); E Doran (Achill), N Freeman (Aghamore), E O’Donoghue (Belmullet); B Duffy (Balla), J Kelly (Belmullet), J Forkan (Kiltimagh); P Collins (Islandeady), G Keane (Westport); B Reape (Moy Davitts), M Forde (Ballycastle), K Gibbons (Louisburgh); D Coen (Hollymount/Carramore), A Farrell (Killala), R Mallee (Kiltimagh).

LIMERICK (MH v Wexford):

M O’Kelly (Croom); B Nash (South Liberties), C Nicholas (Monaleen), R Connelly (Adare); J Adams (Ballybrown), C O’Connor (Kilmallock), F Hourigan (Murroe/Boher); J Boylan (Na Piarsaigh), D Carroll (Newport); M O’Grady (Knockainey), K Hayes (Kildimo/Pallaskenry), D Woulfe (Kilmallock); C Boylan (Na Piarsaigh), A Barrett (Kilmallock), B Ryan (South Liberties


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