Maguire returns between the sticks for Walsh Cup final
Dublin make one change to their team for their Walsh Cup final clash with Galway in Parnell Park this Sunday (12.45).
Gary Maguire has been selected in goals, taking over from Alan Nolan, in an otherwise unaltered selection from the side which started in the semi-final victory over Wexford in Gorey last Saturday afternoon.
On Saturday night Dublin face Tipperary in a senior hurling challenge in St Brigids (Russell Park, 7.30) with many of the students who lined out with their colleges in the Walsh Cup making their first appearance of the year in the blue jersey.
Tomás Brady, Oisín Gough, Joey Boland, Peter Kelly, Liam Rushe, David OCallaghan, David Treacy and Paul Ryan are all included in a strong Dublin selection.
DUBLIN (SH v Galway) – Gary Maguire; Seán OSullivan, Niall Corcoran, Ruairí Trainor; Stephen Hiney, Ronan Fallon, Maurice OBrien; Johnny McCaffrey, Simon Lambert; David Curtin, Shane Ryan, John Kelly; Peadar Carton, Kevin Flynn, Alan McCrabbe. Subs: Alan Nolan, Colm Hennebry, Dave Byrne, Michael Carton, Derek OReilly, Ger OMeara, Shane Durkin, Michael May, Aodhán McEnerney, Kevin OLoughlin, Ronan Walsh.
DUBLIN (SH v Tipperary) – Finn McGarry; Tomás Brady, Colm Hennebry, Oisín Gough; Dave Byrne, Michael Carton, Derek OReilly; Michael May, Joseph Boland; Peter Kelly, Liam Rushe, Shane Durkin; David OCallaghan, David Treacy, Paul Ryan.