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One of Waterford's senior hurlers to start at full-forward for U21 football side against Cork

The sides meet in Dungarvan on Wednesday night.

TOM DEVINE STARTED at full-forward for the Waterford senior hurlers yesterday and has been named at the edge of the square for the county U21 footballers against Cork on Wednesday night.

Tom Devine scores a goal Tom Devine hits the net for Waterford in last year's league final Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

Devine is named to start at full-forward in the EirGrid Munster U21 football semi-final which takes place at the Fraher Field in Dungarvan at 7.30pm.

Yesterday he was involved with Derek McGrath’s senior side that lost to Dublin and the previous weekend he raised a green flag in Waterford’s win over Tipperary.

Modeligo club man Devine netted twice against the Cork senior hurlers last year in the Allianz Division 1 league final and their Munster senior championship semi-final.

He started at centre-back on the Waterford U21 football side that lost out to Clare last year.

Stephen Dalton, Dermot Ryan, Jack Mullaney, Jason Curry and Conor Murray are other survivors from that Deise starting team while Liam Mulligan came on as a substitute in that match.

Cork enter the game on the back of last week’s comprehensive quarter-final win over Clare.

Waterford

1. Kevin Dwane (Ballinacourty)

2. Ciarán O’Neill (Brickey Rangers)
3. Stephen Dalton (De La Salle)
4. Dermot Ryan (The Nire)

5. William Hahessy (Rathgormack)
6. Aidan Dwyer (Geraldines)
7. Jack Mullaney (Stradbally)

8. David Gartland (Ardmore)
9. Conor Prunty (Ballinacourty)

10. Liam Mulligan (Rathgormack)
11. Eoin O’Brien (Stradbally)
12. Jason Curry (Rathgormack)

13. Conor Murray (Rathgormack)
14. Tom Devine (Modeligo)
15. Fearghal Ó Cuirrín (An Rinn)

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