©INPHO/Cathal Noonan Kerry U21 manager Darragh O Sé.
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Darragh Ó Sé unveils 30-man Kerry U21 football panel before Munster clash with Cork
Kerry face Cork on March 12th in the Munster U21 football quarter-final.

DARRAGH Ó Sé has finalized his 30-man panel for the Kerry U21 footballers ahead of their Munster quarter-final against Cork on March 12th.

The teams meet on Wednesday week in Austin Stack Park in Tralee with Kerry hoping to make amends for last year’s narrow defeat by 0-14 to 2-7 at the same stage in Páirc Uí Rinn.

Four members of last year’s starting side are still involved this year – Shane Murphy, Padraig Ó Sé – a cousin of Darragh’s – Tadhg Morley and Shaun Keane. A further five players - Kieran Murphy, Gary O’Leary, Niall Sheehy, Ciaran Keating and Conor Keane – were members of last year’s panel.

There are also eight members of last year’s Munster minor winning squad included in Cathal Ó Luing, Padraig Ó Conchúir, David Foran, Greg Horan, Conor Jordan, Jack Savage, Conor Keane and Eanna Ó Conchuir.

Sean Keane started for UCC in their recent Sigerson Cup final win while Adrian Spillane, Jack McGuire, Michael O’Connor and Thomas Hickey were all members of that panel.

There are three sets of brothers on the panel – Sean and Conor Keane, Brian and Gavin Crowley, Shane and Kieran Murphy.

Kerry U21 Panel: Adrian Spillane (Templenoe), Brian Crowley (Templenoe), Cathal O Luing (An Ghaeltacht), Ciaran Keating (Skellig Rangers) Cillian Fitzgerald (Churchill), Conor Jordan (Austin Stacks), Conor Keane (Killarney Legion), David Foran (St Senan’s), Denis Daly (St Mary’s), Eanna O Conchuir (An Ghaeltacht), Gary O’Leary (Kilcummin), Gavin Crowley (Templenoe), Gavin Curran (Dingle), Gavin O’Shea (Dr Crokes), Greg Horan (Austin Stacks), Jack Barry (Na Gaeil), Jack McGuire (Listowel Emmetts), Jack Savage (Kerins O’Rahillys), James Crean (Annascaul), Jeff O’Donoghue (Glenflesk), Kieran Murphy (Kilcummin), Michael O’Connor (Derrynane), Nathan Breen (Beaufort), Niall Sheehy (John Mitchels), Padraig O Conchuir (Dingle), Padraig O Sé (An Ghaeltacht),Shane Murphy (Kilcummin), Sean Keane (Killarney Legion), Tadhg Morley (Templenoe), Thomas Hickey (Castleisland Desmonds).

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