As you were, says Peter Keane

Peter Keane

PETER Keane has again resisted the temptation to start Tommy Walsh in Sunday’s All-Ireland final replay with five-in-a-row seeking Dublin.

The Kerins O’Rahilly’s player turned the game when introduced in the final last Sunday week but the Kerry selectors have opted to keep the towering attacker in reserve, according to the team-sheet released tonight.

Jack Barry will partner David Moran at midfield and Adrian Spillane is also included with the team named identical to the fifteen that started in the drawn match.

It remains to be seen if the 15 players named to start the game will do so as changes have been announced just before the throw-in in the games against Tyrone, Donegal and Mayo as well as the drawn game with Dublin when Jack Barry was the surprise inclusion.

Peter Keane likes to keep some surprises in reserve and he is reluctant to reveal his full hand to the Dubs before match day.

Not for the first time this season, the Kerry officials have not named the subs that will start on the bench tomorrow night.

The team will be ed out in Croke Park by captain Gavin White of Dr Crokes.

Kerry: Shane Ryan (Rathmore), Jason Foley (Ballydonoghue), Tadhg Morley (Templenoe), Tom O’Sullivan (Dingle), Paul Murphy (Rathmore), Gavin Crowley (Templenoe), Brian Ó Beaglaoich (An Ghaeltacht), David Moran (Kerins O’Rahillys), Jack Barry (Na Gaeil), Gavin White (Dr Crokes), Sean O’Shea (Kenmare), Stephen O’Brien (Kenmare), David Clifford (Fossa), Paul Geaney (Dingle), Adrian Spillane (Templenoe).

© KillarneyToday.com is the 24/7 online news service provided by O’Mahony Media
Advertise to grow your business: Over 310,000 views every month. Over 21,000 followers on Facebook. Call 087-2229761