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Jack O'Connor makes three changes for Kerry's U21 semi-final

The Kingdom do battle with Limerick in Tralee for a spot in the Munster decider.

Image: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

KERRY HAVE MADE three changes to their starting XV ahead of their EirGrid Munster U21 football championship semi-final against Limerick tomorrow night (7.30).

Barry O’Sullivan replaces Greg Horan in midfield, David Foran comes in for the injured Brandon Barrett in the half-forward line and Killian Spillane takes over on the edge of the square from Eanna Ó Conchúir for the game at Tralee’s Austin Stack Park.

Jack O’Connor’s side won their first game at the age-grade since 2012 with a one-point victory against Tipperary in Tralee last Wednesday night.

Five of the side remain from the team that lost to Cork in last year’s provincial semi-final; Brian Ó Beagaloich, Cathal Ó Lúing, Barry O’Sullivan, Micheál Burns and Jack Savage.

The selection also includes 10 players who won All-Ireland minor medals in 2014 or 2015.

Kerry U21 (v Limerick)

1. Eoghan O’Brien (Churchill)

2. Brian Ó Beaglaoich (An Ghaeltacht)
3. Cathal Ó Lúing (An Ghaeltacht)
4. Tom O’Sullivan (Dingle)

5. Brian Sugrue (Renard)
6. Andrew Barry (Na Gael)
7. Gavin White (Dr Crokes)

8. Barry O’Sullivan (Dingle)
9. Matthew O’Sullivan (St Michaels-Foilmore)

10. David Foran (St Senans)
11. Micheál Burns (Dr Crokes)
12. Brian Ó Seanacháin (Ballydonoghue)

13. Tony Brosnan (Dr Crokes)
14. Killian Spillane (Templenoe)
15. Jack Savage (c) (Kerins O’Rahillys)

Subs

16. Darragh O’Shea (Ballydonoghue)
17. Greg Horan (Austin Stacks)
18. Eanna Ó Conchúir (An Ghaeltacht)
19. Dara Roche (Glenflesk)
20. Dan O’Donoghue (Spa)
21. Jason Foley (Ballydonoghue)
22. Conor Geaney (Dingle)
23. Tom (Leo) O’Sullivan (Dingle)
24. Jordan Kiely (Dr Crokes)

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