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Clifford on the bench, and Jack O’Connor calls Kerry’s team against Donegal

CARE REMOVED two changes to the team that defeated Dublin before meeting Donegal at Fitzgerald Stadium.

David Clifford, who played in the Sigerson Cup final last Wednesday, is on the bench and Killian Spillane of Templen is coming out. UL Clifford lost 1-6 to 0-12 against NUIG in Charles.

In goals Shane Ryan replaces Shane Murphy. Diarmuid O’Connor and Jack Barry continue their partnership in midfield, while Gavin White misses while continuing to recover from injury.

So far, Jack O’Connor’s equipment has not lost in the league. Their match against Donegal will take place on Sunday, February 20, at 13:45 at the Fitzgerald Stadium in Killarney.

Elsewhere, Kieran McGuinney named his team that will fight Monaghan on Saturday night. There is one change from the team that defeated Tyrone in the second round of the league. Paddy Burns comes out in place of Greg McCabe.

The throw-in will take place at 5.30pm and the match will be broadcast live on the BBC iPlayer or BBC Sport NI website.

Kerry (vs. Donegal)

1. Shane Ryan (Rathmar)

2. Dan O Donahue (Spa, Killarney), 3. Jason Foley (Balidonahu), 4. Tom O’Sullivan (Dingle)

5. Paul Murphy (Rathmore), 6. Tadhg Morley (Temple), 7. Brian O Biglaoich (Ann Gellacht)

8. Diarmuid O’Connor (On Gale) 9. Jack Barry (On Gale)

10. Adrian Spillane (Templene) 11. Sean O’Shea (Kenmar Shamrocks) 12. Dara Moynigan (Spa, Killarney)

13. Pody Clifford (Fossa) 14. Paul Guinness (Dingle) 15. Killian Spillane (Templen)

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Armagh (vs. Managan)

1. Blaine Hughes (Karikkrupen)

2. Paddy Burns (Peadar Ó Doirnín), 3. Aidan Forker (Maghery), 4. Aaron McKay (Dromintee)

5. Conner McKinn (Camloff), 6. Niall Rowland (Balimaknab), 7. Jarley Og Burns (Silverbridge)

8. Kiaran Makin (Camloff), 9. Stephen Sheridan (Pidar Ó Doirnín)

10. Peadar Ó Doirnín, 11. Rory Grugan (Ballymacnab), 12. Tiernan Kelly (Clann Eireann)

13. Jason Duffy (St. Patrick’s), 14. Ryan O’Neill (Crossmaglen Rangers), 15. Aidan Nugent (St. Patrick’s)



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Clifford on the bench, and Jack O’Connor calls Kerry’s team against Donegal

CARE REMOVED two changes to the team that defeated Dublin before meeting Donegal at Fitzgerald Stadium.

David Clifford, who played in the Sigerson Cup final last Wednesday, is on the bench and Killian Spillane of Templen is coming out. UL Clifford lost 1-6 to 0-12 against NUIG in Charles.

In goals Shane Ryan replaces Shane Murphy. Diarmuid O’Connor and Jack Barry continue their partnership in midfield, while Gavin White misses while continuing to recover from injury.

So far, Jack O’Connor’s equipment has not lost in the league. Their match against Donegal will take place on Sunday, February 20, at 13:45 at the Fitzgerald Stadium in Killarney.

Elsewhere, Kieran McGuinney named his team that will fight Monaghan on Saturday night. There is one change from the team that defeated Tyrone in the second round of the league. Paddy Burns comes out in place of Greg McCabe.

The throw-in will take place at 5.30pm and the match will be broadcast live on the BBC iPlayer or BBC Sport NI website.

Kerry (vs. Donegal)

1. Shane Ryan (Rathmar)

2. Dan O Donahue (Spa, Killarney), 3. Jason Foley (Balidonahu), 4. Tom O’Sullivan (Dingle)

5. Paul Murphy (Rathmore), 6. Tadhg Morley (Temple), 7. Brian O Biglaoich (Ann Gellacht)

8. Diarmuid O’Connor (On Gale) 9. Jack Barry (On Gale)

10. Adrian Spillane (Templene) 11. Sean O’Shea (Kenmar Shamrocks) 12. Dara Moynigan (Spa, Killarney)

13. Pody Clifford (Fossa) 14. Paul Guinness (Dingle) 15. Killian Spillane (Templen)

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Armagh (vs. Managan)

1. Blaine Hughes (Karikkrupen)

2. Paddy Burns (Peadar Ó Doirnín), 3. Aidan Forker (Maghery), 4. Aaron McKay (Dromintee)

5. Conner McKinn (Camloff), 6. Niall Rowland (Balimaknab), 7. Jarley Og Burns (Silverbridge)

8. Kiaran Makin (Camloff), 9. Stephen Sheridan (Pidar Ó Doirnín)

10. Peadar Ó Doirnín, 11. Rory Grugan (Ballymacnab), 12. Tiernan Kelly (Clann Eireann)

13. Jason Duffy (St. Patrick’s), 14. Ryan O’Neill (Crossmaglen Rangers), 15. Aidan Nugent (St. Patrick’s)



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