Team news: One injury enforced change for Kingdom

August 12, 2018

The Kerry players celebrate with the Munster MFC trophy.
©INPHO/Ryan Byrne.

Kerry boss Peter Keane has made one injury enforced change in attack for this afternoon's All-Ireland MFC semi-final clash with Monaghan at Croke Park.

Dr Crokes' Michael Lenihan starts at left corner-forward in place of the absent Ruairi O Beaglaoich.

The Kingdom stand two games away from an unprecedented fifth All-Ireland MFC title-in a-row after stretching their winning streak at minor championship level to 28 games last month by beating Roscommon - 2-16 to 2-7.

They haven't lost in the championship since their All-Ireland quarter-final defeat to Tyrone in 2013!

Meanwhile, Monaghan have once again opted not to release their minor team as manager Seamus McEnaney keeps his cards close to his chest. 

Kerry (All-Ireland MFC v Monaghan): Marc Kelliher; Conor Flannery, Owen Fitzgerald, David Mangan; Colm Moriarty, Dan McCarthy, Dan Murphy; Darragh Rahilly, Darragh Lyne; Paul Walsh, Paul O'Shea, Killian Falvey; Dylan Geaney, Patrick D'arcy, Michael Lenihan.

Subs: Keith O'Leary, Jack O'Connor, Kieran O'Donoghue, Jack Kennelly, James McCarthy, Sean Quilter, David Dineen, Mark Cooper, Padraig White.



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