Leitrim make one change for Wexford tie, as Roscommon name side for Donegal game

Leitrim make one change for Wexford tie, as Roscommon name side for Donegal game

first_img4Fionn CarneyFíonn Ó CearnaighNaomh Sailbheastar BAC 7Oisín MaddenOisín O MaidínMaothail 10Mark PlunkettMarcas PluincéidAchadh an Mhuilinn 2Matthew MurphyMaitiú  Mac MurchaidhSeán Ó hEislin, Béal an Átha Móir 11Gary PlunkettGearóid PluincéidAchadh an Mhuilinn 12Ryan O RourkeRian Ó RuaircNaomh Caillin, Fíonach 14Damien MoranDamien Ó MóráinBarr na Cúile 6Donal Wrynn (c)Dónall Mac BhroinNaomh Caillin, Fíonach 1Philip FarrellyPilib Ó FaircheallaighSeán Ó hEislin, Béal an Átha Móir 3Alan ArmstrongAiléin TréanlámhachMaothailcenter_img 15Brendan GallagherBreandán Ó GallchóirNa Sairséalaigh Leamhcáin BAC 13Emlyn MulliganEmlyn Ó MaolagáinNaom Bríd BAC Leitrim have made one change to their starting team for Sunday’s Allianz National Football League Division Four tie with Wexford.Bornacoola’s Damien Moran has come into the team at full forward in place of Keith Beirne.Moran hit three points after coming off the bench in last weekend’s opening round defeat of Wicklow.Dean McGovern, who was a late inclusion in the starting team because of the absence through injury of Wayne McKeon, retains his place in the starting side, and is named in midfield alongside Shane Moran.McKeon misses out once again.Wexford beat Limerick in their opening round tie last weekend and are one of the favourites for promotion from Division Four this year.Only one point separated the sides when they clashed in Wexford Park in the league last season, with Leitrim – then managed by Shane Ward – desperately unlucky not to get something from that game.Sunday’s game throws-in at 2pm in Carrick-on-Shannon’s Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada and there will be regular updates from the match on Ocean FM. 9Dean McGovernDean Mac SamhrainSeán Ó hEislin, Béal an Átha Móir Ainm(Béarla)Ainm(Gaeilge)Club 5James RooneySéamas Ó RuanaidhGleann an Chairthe/Cluainín 8Shane MoranSeán Ó MóráinSeán Ó hEislin, Béal an Átha Móir Meanwhile, Roscommon manager Kevin McStay has made a number of changes to his side for Sunday’s Division One meeting with Donegal.After picking up an injury playing for DCU yesterday, Ultan Harney drops out replaced by Fintan Cregg.Sean McDermott starts at corner-back in place of the injured David Murray.John McManus is in at wing back, with Conor Devaney moved to corner forward.Elphin’s Shane Killoran comes into the half forward line for Niall Daly.Donegal are expected to release their team on Friday.Sunday’s game is live on Ocean FM from throw-in at 2.30pm in Dr Hyde Park, with thanks to Donegal Plumbing & Bathroom Supplies.The team in full is1 Colm Lavin                     Éire Óg2 Sean McDermott          Western Gaels3 Thomas Featherston   Oran4 Niall McInerney            St Brigids5 Ronan Stack                  St Brigids6 Sean Mullooly               Strokestown7 John McManus              Roscommon Gaels8 Kevin Higgins                 Western Gaels9 Tadgh O’Rourke            Tulsk10 Shane Killoran             Elphin11 Ciaráin Murtagh (C)    St Faithleachs12 Enda Smith                   Boyle13 Donie Smith                 Boyle14 Fintan Cregg                 Elphin15 Conor Devaney            KilbrideSubs16 Darren O’Malley             Michael Glaveys17 Paddy Brogan                Strokestown18 Ciaran Cafferkey            Western Gaels19 Cian Connolly                 Roscommon Gaels20 Tom Corcoran                Strokestown21 Hubert Darcy                  Padraig Pearses22 Niall Daly                         Padraig Pearses23 Niall Kilroy                       Fuerty24 Aengus Lyons                 Fuerty25 Gary Patterson               Michael Glaveys26. Brian Stack                     St Brigidslast_img

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