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No Galvin as Kerry name side for All-Ireland decider

Kingdom boss Jack O’Connor leaves Finuge man on the bench in favour of Donnchadh Walsh for much-anticipated Dublin showdown.

Donnchadh Walsh.
Donnchadh Walsh.
Image: INPHO/James Crombie

DONNCHADH WALSH HAS won his personal battle for an All-Ireland final starting berth.

The Cromane man gets the nod from Jack O’Connor ahead of former Footballer of the Year, Paul Galvin.

Walsh has evidently impressed Kingdom bosses since returning to full training in the past fortnight, having recovered from a groin injury.

Eoin Brosnan is marked to start too against Pat Gilroy’s Dubs, having recovered from an ankle sprain.

Kerry team to play Dublin in the All-Ireland final on Sunday: Brendan Kealy, Killian Young, Marc Ó Sé, Tom O’Sullivan, Tomas Ó Sé, Eoin Brosnan, Aidan O’Mahony, Anthony Maher, Bryan Sheehan, Darran O’Sullivan, Declan O’Sullivan, Donnchadh Walsh, Colm Cooper, Kieran Donaghy, Kieran O’Leary.

Subs: Tomás Mac a’tSaoir, Daniel Bohan, Paul Galvin, Shane Enright, James O’Donoghue, Barry John Keane, Pádraig Reidy, Peter Crowley, Tommy Griffin, Johnny Buckley, Brian McGuire, Seamus Scanlon, Niall O’Mahony, Daithí Ó Geibheannaigh, Adrian O’Connell, Daithí Casey.

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