Cork have been forced into three changes for Saturday's Munster SFC final against Kerry at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Having originally selected an unchanged side from the one that defeated Limerick comprehensively in their semi-final, Thomas Clancy, Eoghan McSweeney and John O'Rourke all drop out through injury.
Clonakilty team-mate Sean White - brother of goalkeeper Mark - replaces Clancy at centre-back, while Kevin O'Driscoll and Stephen Sherlock come into the attack.
The Rebels had a thumping 21-point over the Shannonsiders at Páirc Uí Rinn on 1 June, with all of their forward line getting on the scoresheet inside the first 20 minutes.
Cork are bidding for a first provincial crown since 2012.
Cork: Mark White; Nathan Walsh, James Loughrey, Kevin Flahive; Liam O'Donovan, Sean White, Mattie Taylor; Ian Maguire (capt), Killian O'Hanlon; Paul Kerrigan, Ruairi Deane, Kevin O'Driscoll; Mark Collins, Brian Hurley, Stephen Sherlock.
Subs: Michael Martin, Kevin O'Donovan, Peter Murphy, Aidan Browne, Stephen Cronin, Cian Kiely, Tomas Clancy, Paul Walsh, Ronan O'Toole, Michael Hurley, Luke Connolly.
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