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Colm Boyle has been named in the Mayo side for the All-Ireland final against Donegal

Updated: Saturday, 22 Sep 2012 15:33 | Comments

Colm Boyle has recovered from a virus to take his place in the starting XV for Mayo
Colm Boyle has recovered from a virus to take his place in the starting XV for Mayo

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Colm Boyle has been named in Mayo’s starting XV for Sunday’s All-Ireland final clash with Donegal.

The Davitts half-back was considered a major doubt as he was struggling with a virus but he has been passed fit and manager James Horan has selected him for Sunday’s showdown.

Boyle returns to the half-back line in place of Chris Barrett who deputised for Boyle three weeks ago in the semi-final victory over Dublin.

The return of Boyle is the only change to the side as Lee Keegan, who dislocated a finger in the 0-19 to 0-16 win over the Dubs, is also fit to start for Mayo.

Mayo side to face Donegal: D Clarke, K Keane, G Cafferkey, K Higgins, L Keegan, D Vaughan, C Boyle, B Moran, A O'Shea, K McLoughlin, J Doherty, A Dillon, E Varley, C O'Connor, M Conroy.

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