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GAA Digest: Tyrone unchanged v Dubs
05 Mar 2015 23:11
Tyrone have named an unchanged side from the team that drew with Derry for their Allianz Football League clash with Dublin on Saturday evening in Croke Park (7pm).
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Tyrone: N Morgan; A McCrory, R McNamee, C McCarron; R McNabb, J McMahon, P Harte; C Cavanagh, P McNulty; T McCann, M Donnelly, B Tierney; D McCurry S Cavanagh (c), C McAliskey.
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The Derry starting XV has been named for the weekend clash with Mayo and shows two changes from the team which started in the draw with Tyrone.
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Aidan McAlynn comes in for the injured Barry McGoldrick, while captain Mark Lynch returns from a one-match ban, replacing Eoin Bradley who misses the game due to a prearranged family holiday.
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Derry: E McNicholl, O Duffy, N Holly, D McBride, B Óg McAlary, K Johnston, SL McGoldrick, M Craig, B Óg McGilligan, C McWilliams, M Lynch (capt), E Lynn, D McKinless, B Heron, A McAlynn.
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Mayo are without a number of players who are unavailable due to the upcoming Connacht U-21 Championship. They make five changes to the side that beat Monaghan for their visit to Derry on Sunday (2.30pm).
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Mayo: K O'Malley; T Cunniffe, K Keane, K Higgins (capt); L Keegan, G Cafferkey, C Boyle; S O'Shea, D Kirby; K McLoughlin, A O'Shea, M Forde; M Ronaldson, C O'Connor, J Doherty.
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Wexford hurler Andrew Shore comes straight into the team to play Limerick on Sunday at wing-back after having a 48-week ban for transfer irregularities rescinded at last week's GAA congress.
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Shore had received the ban from the Warwickshire County Board last November for playing with Coventry side Roger Casements in an All-Britain Junior Hurling Shield match when still registered with Dublin team Parnells.
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However, he went before the GAA's Reinstatement Committee last week, and they lifted the 24-year-old's ban.
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Conor McDonald also comes into the team at full-forward after recovering from injury while Eoin Moore (ankle) and Liam Og McGovern (quad) are sidelined.
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Wexford: M Fanning, L Ryan, M O'Hanlon (captain), C Kenny; P Foley, L Chin, A Shore; D Redmond, D O'Keeffe; J Guiney, D Waters, I Byrne; P Morris, C McDonald, P Doran.
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Galway have stuck with the same team that was due to play Laois in last week's postponed fixture for Sunday's trip to Down.
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Galway: M Breathnach; D Kyne, F Hanley, C Sweeney; P Varley, G Bradshaw, G O'Donnell; F O Curraoin, E Tierney; S Denvir, P Sweeney, D Comer; M Martin, A Varley, D Cummins.
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The Kerry team to play Cork on Sunday (2pm) shows one change in personnel from the side that started in the defeat of Dublin in Round 3.
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Barry John Keane is named at corner forward in place of Paul Geaney, while Paul Galvin is not named on the panel having just returned to training during the week.
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Kerry: B Kealy; P Kilkenny, M Griffin, F Fitzgerald; J Lyne, J Sherwood, P Murphy; A Maher, D Moran; M Geaney, B Sheehan, J Buckley; S O’Brien, K Donaghy (c), BJ Keane.
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And the Monaghan team has been named to face Donegal at O'Donnell Park in Letterkenny on Sunday.
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Monaghan: R Beggan, C Boyle, D Wylie, K Duffy, D Mone, F Kelly, K O’Connell, N McAdam, D Hughes, O Duffy, D Malone, R McAnespie, P Finlay, K Hughes, D McKenna
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