Barry-Murphy looks to Walsh and Cahalane
Two of the three Cork footballers who chose to double up this year will start for their hurlers in Sunday's Munster quarter-final against Waterford – and it would probably have been three if Eoin Cadogan was not injured.
Dual stars Aidan Walsh and Damien Cahalane have both been given pivotal roles – midfield and full-back respectively – and Cadogan's younger brother Alan (Douglas) and Millstreet's Mark Ellis get their first SHC starts, with Ellis at centre-back and Steven McDonnell in the corner.
Elsewhere, Limerick hurlers will be without half-forward David Reidy for their clash with Tipperary on June 1 after he broke his collarbone in an U-21 challenge against Kilkenny.
Elsewhere, former Kildare senior James Kavanagh will make his Connacht SFC debut in Ruislip on Sunday in a Galway half-forward line in which Corofin's Michael Lundy also makes his championship debut.The Tribesmen are without injured captain Paul Conroy.
CORK (SH v Waterford) – A Nash; S O'Neill, D Cahalane, S McDonnell; C Joyce, M Ellis, L McLoughlin; D Kearney, A Walsh; C Lehane, C McCarthy, P Cronin; A Cadogan, S Harnedy, P Horgan.
GALWAY (SF v London) – M Breathnach; D O'Neill, F Hanley, J Duane; G Bradshaw ,G O'Donnell, P Varley; F O'Curraoin, T Flynn; M Lundy, S Walsh, J Kavanagh; M Martin, E Hoare, D Cummins.
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