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David Clifford among Kerry's championship debutants against unchanged Clare

Last year’s minor sensation is one of seven Championship debutants in the Kerry side.

Image: Bryan Keane/INPHO

KERRY WILL GO into Sunday’s Munster SFC semi-final against Clare in Killarney (throw-in 13.30) with David Clifford among seven making their Championship debuts.

Last year’s minor sensation Clifford is named at corner forward, with Sean O’Shea nestled in behind him at centre forward and Jason Foley at corner back. Veterans Kieran Donaghy and Darran O’Sullivan are among the subs for Kerry.

Clare manager Colm Collins has named an unchanged team after the win over Limerick last time out.

Kerry

1. Shane Murphy

2. Jason Foley
3. Peter Crowley
4. Ronan Shanahan

5. Paul Murphy
6. Tadhg Morley
7. Gavin White

8. David Moran
9. Jack Barry

10. Micheál Burns
11. Seán O’Shea
12. Stephen O’Brien

13. David Clifford
14. Paul Geaney
15. James O’Donoghue

Clare

1. Eamon Tubridy

2. Gordon Kelly
3. Killian Brennan
4. Eoghan Collins

5. Pearse Lillis
6. Aaron Fitzgerald
7. Cian O’Dea

8. Gary Brennan
9. Cathal O’Connor

10. Kieran Malone
11. Eoin Cleary
12. Jamie Malone

13. Eimhin Courtney
14. Keelan Sexton
15. David Tubridy

Meanwhile, Monaghan have also named an unchanged starting team for their Ulster SFC clash with Fermonagh on Sunday (throw-in 2pm).

Monaghan (v SFC v Fermanagh)

1. Rory Beggan

2. Kieran Duffy
3. Drew Wylie
4. Ryan Wylie

5. Dessie Mone
6. Vinny Corey
7. Fintan Kelly

8. Karl O’Connell
9. Darren Hughes

10. Kieran Hughes
11. Niall Kearns
12 Dessie Ward

13. Ryan McAnespie
14. Jack McCarron
15. Conor McManus

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