Kerry have announced their team for the Munster Football final this weekend against Cork.
The Kingdom, who are very much the favourites going into the clash, take on the Rebels at 2pm in Killarney this Sunday.
The one major change manager Éamonn Fitzmaurice has made for the final is to bring in Kieran Donaghy in full-forward following his omission from the starting XV against Clare in the semi-final, although he did make a cameo appearance with ten minutes to go in the second half.
Elsewhere, the only other change is Jack Barry’s demotion to the bench having played the full game against the Banner.
In his place is 29-year-old David Moran, who will be vying for his sixth Munster medal and Kerry’s 79th.
The Kerry team to play Cork in the Munster Senior Football Championship Final on Sunday is as follows. pic.twitter.com/Ya0h59fb7r
— Kerry GAA (@Kerry_Official) June 30, 2017
Rob Lyons, Pundit Arena