B Saunderson (Midleton); S Kingston (Ballinora), C Smyth (Midleton), K Lyon (Ballygarvan); E Downey (Glen Rovers, c), B O’Connor (St Finbarr's), M Mullins (Whitechurch); B Keating (Ballincollig), J Dwyer (Ballincollig); A Quirke (Midleton), C Walsh (Kanturk), T O’Connell (Ballincollig); B Cunningham (St Finbarr's), M Howell (Douglas), E O’Leary (Glen Rovers).
E O’Neill (Blarney), B Nodwell (Sarsfields), D Burke (Douglas), D O’Sullivan (Ballinhassig), D Healy (Lisgoold), J Leahy (Kiltha Óg), S O’Riordan (Youghal), T Walsh (Kanturk), W Buckley (St Finbarr's).
Here are five hurlers to watch, via streaming on the Munster Council website, this weekend.
BEN CUNNINGHAM (St Finbarr's): Ultra-consistent from frees and play as the Barrs landed their first minor county in 23 years, the half-forward is a superb striker off both sides and also a serious athlete. The son of Cork senior selector Ger, Cunningham managed a staggering 0-7 from play in the decider against Sars last month, to go with five frees.
Watch out too for his club-mates William Buckley and Ben O'Connor, both U16.
Younger brother of former Cork minor Sam, Alex is a dynamic midfielder, full of energy but also composed in possession. Hurled with Midleton CBS in the Harty Cup at wing-back and Rebel vice-captain this Saturday.
Another Magpie Brion Saunderson is in between the posts, having started at number one as well in 2019.
EOIN DOWNEY (Glen Rovers): Like his sibling Robert, Eoin is a towering presence in the rearguard with plenty of hurling to go with it. Played corner-back in the Harty final earlier this year for Christians.
Eoin O'Leary, still U16, is another quality Glen young gun in the squad.
COLIN WALSH (Kanturk): Duhallow continues to produce a supply of hurlers for Cork, with Dromtarriffe's Conor O'Callaghan the U20 captain this season. Colin Walsh is a tall and strong inside forward, with an eye for goals. He spearheaded Kanturk's drive to the Premier 2 minor final, where they lost to a Donal Óg Cusack-coached St Colman's.
Kanturk native, Tommy Walsh, the younger brother of Aidan, will feature too, in the backs.
SHANE KINGSTON (Ballinora): A minor last year and a fine footballer to boot, Ballinora's Shane Kingston was involved as well in 2019. There's a strong underage in the Mid Cork club and his progress reflects that.
A terrific athlete, his tenacity in defence helped CBC to last season's Harty Cup decider.
The 30-player panel is below, with the 15 starters and nine subs to be revealed at 12pm on Friday.
Glen Rovers (c)