Laois manager John Sugrue has kept faith with the 15 players that started in last weekend's win over Offaly for tomorrow's All-Ireland Senior Football Championship round-four qualifier against Cork.
Veteran forward Ross Munnelly retains his place in the team while the Kingston brothers, who scored 10-points between them against the Faithful, also start in attack.
Sugrue says Munnelly has earned his place in the side.
“Ross got his nod and fully deserved it. He has had to bite his lip a couple of lately when the starting team has been named.
“But he has bit his lip, he has got out and he has been on the training ground earlier than other fellas. He is practicing his frees and he is really pushing himself in training.
“Guys who get that scenario put in front of them have got to react positively and Ross reacts that way pretty much all of the time.
“He has got a real appetite to play – and at 36 years-of-age, you can’t knock it."
The Thurles encounter will be a first-ever Championship meeting between the sides and a victory for the O'Moores would see them advance to the Super 8s and a clash with reigning All-Ireland champions Dublin next week.
Laois v Cork: 1. Graham Brody (Portlaoise); 2. Stephen Attride (Killeshin), 3. Denis Booth (The Heath), 4. Gareth Dillon (Portlaoise); 5. Trevor Collins (Graiguecullen), 6. Robert Piggot (Portarlington), 7. Patrick O’Sullivan (Portarlington); 8. John O’Loughlin (St Brigid’s), 9. Kieran Lillis (Portlaoise); 10. Daniel O’Reilly (Graiguecullen), 11. Donie Kingston (Arles-Killeen), 12. Marty Scully (Ballyroan Abbey); 13. Ross Munnelly ((Arles-Kilcruise), 14. Colm Murphy (Portarlington), 15. Paul Kingston (Arles-Killeen)