Cork hurling boss keeps the faith with young guns for Dubs test

Cork hurling boss keeps the faith with young guns for Dubs test
Mark Coleman against John Conlon of Clare. Picture: Matt Browne/Sportsfile

CORK HURLING BOSS Kieran Kingston has named an unchanged team for Saturday’s clash with Dublin at Pairc Ui Rinn.

The Rebels impressed in beating Clare last time out to get their campaign up and running.

Anthony Nash saved a penalty against the Banner while Glen Rovers sharpshooter Pa Horgan led the scoring with five points. Daniel Kearney was very lively in midfield and he again partners Bill Cooper.

CORK (v Dublin): A Nash (Kanturk); K Burke (Midleton), C Spillane (Castlelyons), D Griffin (Carrigaline); C Joyce (Na Piarsaigh), M Ellis (Millstreet), M Coleman (Blarney); B Cooper (Youghal), D Kearney (Sarsfields); S Harnedy (St Ita’s), L Meade (Newcestown), S Kingston (Douglas); A Cadogan (Douglas), P Horgan (Glen Rovers), D Fitzgibbon (Charleville).

Subs: P Collins (Ballinhassig), S McDonnell (Glen Rovers), D Cahalane (St Finbarr's), C O’Leary (Valley Rovers), C Murphy (Mallow), L McLoughlin (Kanturk), P Haughney (Midleton), D Brosnan (Glen Rovers), M Cahalane (Bandon), R O’Flynn (Erin’s Own), C Lehane (Midleton).

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