Kerry name outrageously strong team for Munster final in Cork
Cork will have their work cut out for them against these Kerry forward lines.
Ahead of the Saturday evening Munster Football Final, Kerry boss Eamonn Fitzmaurice has named a very strong side.
The Kingdom will take on old rivals Cork at Páirc Uí Chaoimh and there is only one change from the side named for their last outing. That means a second start in a row for James O'Donoghue.
O'Donoghue will, once again, play further up the field with Paul Geaney and David Clifford for company.
From the starting 15 named to face Clare in the Munster semi-final, Brian Ó Beaglaoich is named in the half back line instead of Austin Stack's Ronan Shanahan.
The Kerry bench looks very strong too. Kieran Donaghy and Darran O'Sullivan are named in reserve, while Barry John Keane and Anthony Maher are also there should Fitzmaurice require their services.
A win for The Kingdom on Saturday would secure their 80th Munster title.
The team was officially named at half-time on Radio Kerry, who were providing live coverage of the Kingdom's U20 encounter with Waterford.
1. Shane Murphy (C ) - Dr Crokes
2. Jason Foley - Ballydonoghue
3. Peter Crowley - Laune Rangers
4. Brian Ó Beaglaoich - An Ghaeltacht
5. Paul Murphy - Rathmore
6. Tadhg Morley - Templenoe
7. Gavin White - Dr Crokes
8. David Moran - Kerins O’Rahillys
9. Jack Barry - Na Gaeil
10. Micheal Burns - Dr Crokes
11. Seán O’Shea - Kenmare
12. Stephen O’Brien - Kenmare
13. David Clifford - Fossa
14. Paul Geaney - Dingle
15. James O’Donoghue - Killarney Legion
16. Brian Kelly - Killarney Legion
17. Kieran Donaghy - Austin Stacks
18. Ronan Shanahan - Austin Stacks
19. Barry John Keane - Kerins O’Rahillys
20. Kevin McCarthy - Kilcummin
21. Anthony Maher - Duagh
22. Darran O’Sullivan - Glenbeigh/Glencar
23. Mark Griffin - St Michael’s Foilmore
24. Killian Young - Renard
25. Tom O’Sullivan - Dingle
26. Barry O’Sullivan -Dingle