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Dublin: 3 °C Wednesday 11 December, 2019

Former Bohs defender Kevin Feely set to start for Kildare footballers on Sunday

Cian O’Neill has made four changes for the Division 3 clash against Offaly.

Feely, centre, and Athy were beaten by Sarsfields in the Kildare county final.
Feely, centre, and Athy were beaten by Sarsfields in the Kildare county final.
Image: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

FORMER BOHEMIANS DEFENDER Kevin Feely is set to make his first competitive start for the Kildare footballers on Sunday.

Feely has been named at midfield for the Lilywhites’ National Football League Division 3 meeting with Offaly.

The 23-year-old, who plays his club football with Athy, joined Charlton Athletic in 2012 and also spent time at Carlisle United, AFC Wimbledon and Newport County.

He called time on his professional football career last autumn and returned to Ireland.

New Kildare boss Cian O’Neill brought him back into the senior inter-county setup and has included him as one of four changes for the game in St Conleth’s Park.

Fergal Conway, Eamonn Callaghan and Cian O’Donoghue — a goalscorer in the win over Westmeath — also return to the starting XV.

Meanwhile, Eadestown GFC will hold a Run for the Hills” fundraiser for the Michael Mullan fund this Saturday at 12pm.

Nearly €30,000 has been raised to date to support Mr Mullan, who is 24-years-old and has been diagnosed with renal cell cancer. For more details, click here.

Kildare (v Offaly)

1. Mark Donnellan

2. Peter Kelly
3. David Hyland
4. Ollie Lyons

5. Ryan Houlihan
6. Fergal Conway
7. Cian O’Donoghue

8. Daniel Flynn
9. Kevin Feely

10. Adam Tyrell
11. Niall Kelly
12. Paul Cribbin

13. Neil Flynn
14. Èamonn Callaghan
15. Cathal McNally

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