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Thursday, 24th May, 2012 9:30am
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No change for hurlers

Blackhall Gaels' Stephen Morris is retained at midfield for Saturday's Christy Ring Cup semi-final against Wicklow.

No change for hurlers

Blackhall Gaels' Stephen Morris is retained at midfield for Saturday's Christy Ring Cup semi-final against Wicklow.

The 15 players that took the field for last week's Christy Ring Cup quarter-final victory over Kildare have retained the faith of manager Cillian Farrell and have been trusted to start against Wicklow in Saturday's semi-final in arklow, 2.30.

That means that there is still no place for Kilmessan's Nicky Horan in the starting line up. Horan was selected to start against Kildare, but was replaced by Paddy Conneely prior to throw in and now the Kildalkey man has been chosen to retain his corner forward spot.

The team in full is:

1. Shane McGann, Kiltale

2. Cormac Reilly, Navan O'Mahony's

3. Enda Fitzgerald, Roscrea Tipperary

4. Willie Mahedy, Kiltale

5. James Toher, Trim

6. Damien Healy, Longwood

7. Enda Keogh (C), Kildalkey

8. Stephen Morris, Blackhall Gaels

9. Stephen Clynch, Kilmessan

10. Colm Ó Mealóid, Donaghmore Ashbourne

11. Steven Donoghue, Kiltale

12. James Kelly, Kiltale

13. Paddy Conneely, Kildalkey

14. Noel Kirby, Kildalkey

15. Peter Durnin, Kiltale

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