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Galway boss Alan Mullholland makes key changes for visit of Westmeath

Updated: Thursday, 28 Feb 2013 10:19 | Comments

Mark Hehir recalled to the full-forward line Galway's Michael Martin under pressure against Louth
Mark Hehir recalled to the full-forward line Galway's Michael Martin under pressure against Louth

Galway’s team to face unbeaten Westmeath in the Allianz FL Division 1B on Sunday next shows five changes from that which lost to Louth last weekend.

Alan Mulholland’s side, one of the favourites to emerge from the section, went down by 0-17 to 0-11 against the Wee County and the manager has reacted swiftly.

John Egan takes over from Manus Breathnach in goals. Anthony Griffin starts in midfield, where he will form a partnership with Niall Coleman. Other changes sees Gary O’Donnell assume a half-back line berth, while John O’Brien and Mark Hehir are named in attacking set-up.

Galway XV to play Westmeath: John Egan; Johnny Duane, Finian Hanley, Joss Moore; Gary O’Donnell, Gary Sice, Gary Sweeney; Niall Coleman, Anthony Griffin; John O’Brien, Paul Conroy, Seán Denvir; Eoin Concannon, Michael Meehan, Mark Hehir. 

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