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Three changes for Kingdom as Ryan, O'Connor and Moynihan selected ahead of Mayo pitch inspection

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Diarmuid O'Connor of Kerry in action against Cein D'Arcy of Galway. Photo: Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile

Diarmuid O'Connor of Kerry in action against Cein D'Arcy of Galway. Photo: Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile

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Diarmuid O'Connor of Kerry in action against Cein D'Arcy of Galway. Photo: Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile

THERE are three changes to the Kerry team for tomorrow evening’s clash with Mayo in Castlebar, although the fixture is under review due to the hazardous weather conditions expected to hit the country.

A statement from the Mayo county board last night revealed a decision would be made in conjunction with Croke Park tomorrow morning over whether the game – fixed for 7.15 and scheduled to be screen live on RTÉ and Eir – will go ahead.

Shane Ryan returns to the number one jersey in the named Kerry team while Diarmuid O'Connor is selected in midfield in place of Liam Kearney.

Dara Moynihan takes the place of David Shaw in attack from the side that started against Meath in Killarney last Sunday.

KERRY (SF v Mayo): S Ryan; G O’Sullivan, T Morley, T O’Sullivan; P Murphy, S Enright, G White; D O’Connor, J Barry; M Burns, S O’Shea, S O’Brien; D Moynihan, D Clifford, P Geaney.

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