The Munster Senior Hurling League rumbles on this weekend, as Clare and Cork meet in Ennis with the Banner looking to build on their win over Kerry last week.
The management team of Gerry O’Connor and Donal Moloney saw their experimental team easily account for the Kingdom last week by 20 points, and this week have called back some more established players for the visit of the Rebels. In all, they have made 10 changes, as Patrick O’Connor, David Fitzgerald, Seadna Morey, Colm Galvin, Peter Duggan and Conor McGrath all come into the side.
Joint Managers Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor have made 10 changes from the @GaaClare team that beat Kerry last week for Sunday’s clash with @OfficialCorkGAA in the second round of the 2018 @CoOpSuperstores @MunsterGAA Hurling League in Cusack Park, Ennis, at 2.00 p.m. pic.twitter.com/giIobYmnBF
— Clare Senior Hurlers (@ClareSenHurlers) January 6, 2018
They will face Cork, who named their team yesterday.
Meanwhile, Limerick face Kerry in the other game, taking place in the Gaelic Grounds, as the Kingdom have named their side.
1 Stephen Murphy (Causeway)
2 Dougie Fitzell (Kilmoyley)
3 Bryan Murphy (Causeway)
4 Seán Weir (Crotta O’Neills)
5 Brendan O’Leary (Abbeydorney)
6 Darren Dineen (St Brendan’s Ardfert)
7 Niall O’Mahony (Abbeydorney)
8 Dáthí Griffin (St Brendan’s Ardfert)
9 Daniel Collins (Kilmoyley)
10 Brandon Barrett (Causeway)
11 Shane Nolan (Crotta O Neills)
12 Shane Conway (Lixnaw)
13 Padraig Boyle (Ballyduff) (Captain)
14 Colm Harty (Causeway)
15 Jordan Conway (Crotta O’Neills)