Cork name team to face Laois
Cork football manager Ronan McCarthy has made three changes to his side for Saturday’s Allianz League meeting with Laois.
Kevin O'Donovan comes in at wing-back in a move that sees Colm O’Callaghan drop to the bench.
While Luke Connolly and Ciaran Sheehan are introduced to the full-forward line.
Cork began their Division Two South campaign with a four-point defeat to Kildare last weekend.
The starting 15 in full:
- Mícheál Martin, Nemo Rangers
- Sean Powter, Douglas
- Daniel O’ Mahony, Knocknagree
- Kevin Flahive, Douglas
- Kevin O’ Donovan, Nemo Rangers
- Sean Meehan, Kiskeam
- Mattie Taylor, Mallow
- Ian Maguire, St. Finbarrs
- Paul Walsh, Kanturk
- Sean White, Clonakilty
- Ruairi Deane, Bantry Blues
- Kevin O’ Driscoll, Tadhg MacCarthaigh
- John O’ Rourke, Carbery Rangers
- Cíaran Sheehan, Eire Og
- Luke Connolly, Nemo Rangers
- Anthony Casey, Kiskeam
- Sam Ryan, St. Finbarrs
- Paul Ring, Aghabullogue
- Cian Kiely, Ballincollig
- Tadhg Corkery, Cill na Martra
- Shane Forde, Na Piarsaigh
- Colm O’ Callaghan, Eire Og
- Mark Collins, Castlehaven
- Damien Gore, Kilmacabea
- Blake Murphy, St. Vincents
- Dan Dineen, Cill na Martra
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