Rebels make six changes ahead of critical Division 2 battle with Meath

Rebels make six changes ahead of critical Division 2 battle with Meath
St Finbarr's Sam Ryan shoots from CIT's Matthew Bradley. Picture: Eddie O'Hare

THERE are six changes to the Cork side that lost to Clare for Saturday night’s vital Division 2 league clash with Meath.

The Rebels, who host their traditional rivals at 7pm in Páirc Uí Rinn, the second part of a double-header with Cork-Tipp in the ladies football, have only managed a draw from three games to date.

Sam Ryan, Thomas Clancy, Paul Walsh, Killian O’Hanlon and Paul Kerrigan are all named to start while Seán Powter is included in the subs, having missed all of 2018 through injury. 

Keeper Mark White and full-back Kevin Flahive were involved with UCC on Wednesday when they landed the Sigerson Cup.

Kevin Flahive going past Garda College players Ciaran Russell and Sean Gaul. Picture: Dan Linehan
Kevin Flahive going past Garda College players Ciaran Russell and Sean Gaul. Picture: Dan Linehan

CORK (v Meath): M White; S Ryan, K Flahive, C Dennehy; K Crowley, T Clancy (Clon), P Walsh; I Maguire, K O’Hanlon; R O’Toole, L Connolly, M Taylor; M Hurley, R Deane, P Kerrigan.

Subs: MA Martin, K O’Donovan, P Murphy, T Clancy (Fermoy), S Cronin, P Kelleher, E McSweeney, M Collins, S Powter, D Gore, B Hurley.

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