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Dublin: 18 °C Tuesday 11 August, 2020

It's go time: Canty asked to drop back while Kerry plan without Galvin

Rebels are gunning for first Championship victory over arch-rivals in Killarney since 1995.

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KERRY AND CORK face off in a much-anticipated Munster SFC decider in Killarney on Sunday.

And this morning a bit more about the personnel on show

Cork manager Conor Counihan has made three changes from the semi-final victory over Waterford. Noel O’Leary and Jamie O’Sullivan come back into the  defence for the Fitzgerald Stadium tie (2pm throw-in).

“The All-Ireland is not spoken about in our dressing room. It’s very much the Munster series,” says Canty in the Examiner, “We didn’t win the Munster title last year. Kerry beat us in a replay after extra-time and it took us a while to get over that. This year we’d very much like to go through the front door.”

Kerry for their part have not even named Paul Galvin on the bench. The Finuge man has not been deemed fit enough by manager Jack O’Connor.

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