Cork have named their team for Sunday's top-of-the-table Division One clash with Derry, with dual stars Aidan Walsh and Eoin Cadogan missing out due to hurling commitments.
They will take the field after the football for Jimmy Barry Murphy's hurlers, who face Offaly as part of the Pairc Ui Rinn double header.
Brian Cuthbert has made four changes to the team that beat Dublin on Saturday night. Captain Michael Shields returns from injury to replace Cadogan. All the U21 players, including Conor Dorman, are unavailable due to Championship commitments, as they play Kerry on Wednesday 12 March in the Munster Championship.
Tomás Clancy moves to corner back in place of the injured Noel Galvin, who picked up a hamstring strain in the Dublin game, while Tom Clancy (Clonakilty) returns to the side following his recovery from an injury picked up in the win over Kildare. Kevin O'Driscoll comes into the half-back line, with Andrew O'Sullivan replacing Aidan Walsh at midfield.
Patrick Kellyreturns to the panel following a long injury lay-off, and Donncha O'Connor has also recovered to take his place on the bench.
Cork (v Derry): Ken O'Halloran; Alan Cronin, Michael Shields, Tomás Clancy; James Loughrey, Tom Clancy, Kevin O'Driscoll; Fintan Goold, Andrew O'Sullivan; Mark Collins, Paul Kerrigan, John O'Rourke; Daniel Goulding, Brian Hurley, John Hayes
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