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28/10/2021

Kilkenny minor hurling selectors make one change for final clash against Galway

Kilkenny minor hurling selectors make one change for final clash against Galway

Jack Buggy will lead the Kilkenny attack

Challengers Kilkenny have made one change in personnel in attack and a number of positional switches for Sunday's All-Ireland minor hurling final against Galway in Croke Park (1pm).
In the one change, Killian Hogan (Mooncoin) comes into the full-forward line in place of Dan Coogan (Erin's Own).
Manager Richie Mulrooney and his selectors made a number of positional stiches, including resiting Jack Buggy at centre-forward and moving Ciarán Brennan out to the wing.
Kilkenny (MH v Galway) - Jason Brennan (Young Irelands); Pádraig Dempsey (Mullinavat), Jamie Young (O'Loughlin Gaels), Dylan Crehan (Dunnamaggin); Darragh Maher (St Lachtai'ns), Shane Staunton (Clara), Jamie Harkin (Bennettsbridge); Conor Kelly (O'Loughlin Gaels), Cian Kenny (James Stephens); Ciarán Brennan (Bennettsbridge), Jack Buggy (Erins Own), George Murphy (Rower Inistioge); Cathal O'Leary (St Lachtain's), Jack Morrissey (St Patrick's), Killian Hogan (Mooncoin).
Subs - Stephen Keoghan (Graigue Ballycallan), Pádraic Moylan (Dicksboro), Dan Coogan (Erin's Own), Eoin Guilfoyle (James Stephens), Harry Walsh (Dunnamaggin), Killian Rudkins (Barrow Rangers),David Fogarty (O'Loughlin Gaels), Chris Korff (Erin's Own), William Halpin (Slieverue).
Management - Richie Mulrooney (manager); selectors, Adrian Finan, Sean Kelly, Martin Carey, Niall Bergin.

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