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London name team for Christy Ring final


London’s hurlers show two changes from the team started against Down in the Christy Ring Cup semi-final.

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Coming in for Saturday’s Croke Park showpiece are goalkeeper Tommy Williams and Kevin Walsh at wing forward in place of Shane Egan.

Walsh made a huge impact when introduced last weekend, hitting four points from play.

London’s team to face Wicklow is:

1  Tommy Williams (Kilburn Gaels)

2  Eddie Walsh      (Robert Emmetts)

3  Brian Costello    (St. Gabriels)

4  Ger Fennelly     (Robert Emmetts)

5  Lee Mackey      (Sean Treacys)

6  David Maher      (Sean Treacys)

7  Michael Walsh    (Robert Emmetts)

8  Colm Quinn, capt   (Kilburn Gaels)

9  PJ Rowe            (St. Gabriels)

10 Pat Sloane         (St. Gabriels)

11 James Egan        (Kilburn Gaels)

12 Kevin Walsh        (St. Gabriels)

13 Jonathan Maher   (Kilburn Gaels)

14 Martin Finn          (St. Gabriels)

15 Tony Dunne        (Kilburn Gaels)



16.   Darren Russell    (Sean Treacys)

17.   Matt Ryan         (Thomas McCurtains)

18.   Shane Egan       (St. Gabriels)

19   Tony Hogan        (Bros. Pearse)

20   Shane Ryan         (Robert Emmetts)

21   Luke Hand           (St. Gabriels)

22   Henry Vaughan     (Kilburn Gaels)

23   Eoin Gleeson         (Kilburn Gaels)

24   Roy Darcy           (Kilburn Gaels)

25   Enda Cooney       (St Gabriels)

26   Brian Smyth         (Robert Emmetts)




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