Kerry Team To Face Tipperary On Sunday Has Been Named

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Andrew Barry in action for the U21s last year. Photo by Dermot Crean

THE Kerry team to play Tipperary in Round 1 of the Munster Senior Football McGrath Cup on Sunday next in Austin Stack Park (2pm) has been named and features one starter from a Tralee club.

The team is drawn entirely from the county’s Under 21 panel and will be managed by Jack O’Connor and his Under 21 Management team.

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Andrew Barry of Na Gaeil has been named at centre-back while two Churchill players (Ivan Parker and Eoghan O’Brien) and one Strand Road man (Cormac Coffey) will be on the bench.

The team, captained by Matthew O’Sullivan is as follows:

1. Shane Ryan                            Rathmore

2. Tom (Leo) O’Sullivan            Dingle

3. Jason Foley                            Ballydonoghue

4. Tom O’Sullivan                      Dingle

5. Brian Ó Beaglaoich               An Ghaeltacht

6. Andrew Barry                        Na Gaeil

7. Daniel O’Brien                       Glenflesk

8. Barry O’Sullivan                     Dingle

9. Brian Ó Seanacháin               Ballydonoghue

10. Brandon Barrett                   Ardfert

11. Sean O’Shea                          Kenmare

12. Lee O’Donoghue                   Glenflesk

13. Conor Geaney                        Dingle

14. Matthew O’Sullivan  (C)        St Michaels-Foilmore

15. Cathal Bambury                     Dingle

Fir Ionaid:

16. Eoghan O’Brien                     Churchill

17. Brian Sugrue                          Renard

18. Matthew Flaherty                  Dingle

19. Liam Kearney                        Spa

20. Liam Carey                             Beaufort

21. Cormac Coffey                       Kerins O’Rahillys

22. Ivan Parker                             Churchill

23. Robert Wharton                     Renard

24. Darren Brosnan                     Gneeveguilla

25. Bryan Sweeney                      Listowel Emmets

26. Michael Foley                         Spa

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