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Kerry Minor Team to play Kildare announced 2014-07-31 11:28:00

The Kerry Minor Team to play Kildare in the Electric Ireland GAA Minor Football Championship Quarter Final in Semple Stadium on Monday (3:45) shows two changes in personnel from the side that defeated Cork in the Munster final.
Andrew Barry of Na Gaeil comes in to anchor the defence at No. 6 with Mark O’Connor moving to midfield in place of Liam Kearney to partner his Dingle clubmate Barry O’Sullivan while Liam Carey of Beaufort comes in at centre forward in place of Brian Rayle.
There are also changes to the substitutes list with Eoin O’Connell (St Senans), Sean Ryan (Austin Stacks) and Jason Foley (Ballydonoghue) coming into the match day panel.

The team, which will be captained by Spa’s Dan O’Donoghue, will line out as follows:
1 Shane Ryan Rathmore
2 Cormac Coffey Kerins O'Rahillys
3 Briain Ó Beaglaíoch An Ghaeltacht
4 Tom O’Sullivan Dingle
5 Dan O’Donoghue (C) Spa
6 Andrew Barry Na Gaeil
7 Brian Sugrue Renard
8 Barry O’Sullivan Dingle
9 Mark O’Connor Dingle
10 Matthew Flaherty Dingle
11 Liam Carey Beaufort
12 Micheál Burns Dr Crokes
13 Jordan Kiely Dr Crokes
14 Killian Spillane Templenoe
15 Tomás Ó Sé An Ghaeltacht
Fir Ionaid
16 Eoin O’Connell St Senans
17 Liam Kearney Spa
18 Brian Rayle Lispole
19 Stephen O’Sullivan Templenoe
20 Robert Wharton Renard
21 Jack Morgan Austin Stacks
22 Ivan Parker Churchill
23 Sean Ryan Austin Stacks
24 Jason Foley Ballydonoghue

Bainistíocht:
Bainisteoir: Jack O’Connor (Dromid Pearses)
Roghnoirí: Micheál O’Shea (Castlegregory), John Galvin (Dr Crokes), Eamon Whelan (St Senans).
Tréanálaithe: Alan O’Sullivan and Arthur Fitzgerald.
Logistics: Ger O’Mahony
Physio: Kieran O’Shea
Doctor: Dr Dave Geaney

Extended Training Panel Members

    Roibeárd Ó Sé An Ghaeltacht
    Aaron Murphy Dr Crokes
    Conor Geaney Dingle
    Gavin White Dr. Crokes
    Cathal Bambury Dingle
    Brian Ó Seanacháin Ballydonoghue


Results to Date:
Munster Qtr Final April 16th Clare 0-7 Kerry 2-16 Cusack Pk
Munster Semi Final May 7th Tipperary 0-7 Kerry 2-18 Semple Stadium
Munster Final July 6th Cork 2-13 Kerry 2-17 Páirc Uí Chaoímh