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GALWAY GAA: GALWAY MAKE FOUR CHANGES FOR SLIGO

Galway football manager Kevin Walsh has made four changes from the team that beat Mayo for their Connacht Senior Football Semi-Final against Sligo in Pearse Stadium on Sunday (3rd June). 

David Wynne and Sean Kelly are called into the defence replacing Eoghan Kerin and Gary O’Donnell.  Eamonn Brannigan come in for Ciaran Duggan and is named in the attack.  And Corofin’s Ian Burke starts at corner forward instead of Sean Armstrong.

The team is captained by Damien Comer.

Sligo manager Cathal Corey has named an unchanged side from that which dispatched London 1-21 to 1-11 in Ruislip four weeks previously.  Midfielder Kevin McDonnell captains the side.

Sligo SFC vs Galway: Aidan Devaney; Charlie Harrison, Eoin McHugh, Ross Donovan; Neil Ewing, Adrian McIntyre, Gerard O’Kelly-Lynch; Niall Murphy, Kevin McDonnell; Paddy O’Connor, Liam Gaughan, Cathal Henry; Kyle Cawley, Pat Hughes, Adrian Marren.

Galway SFC vs Sligo: 

  1. Ruairí Lavelle
  2. Declan Kyne
  3. Seán Andy Ó Ceallaigh
  4. David Wynne
  5. Cathal Sweeney
  6. Gareth Bradshaw
  7. Seán Kelly
  8. Paul Conroy
  9. Tom Flynn
  10. Eamonn Brannigan
  11. Shane Walsh
  12. Johnny Heaney
  13. Ian Burke
  14. Damien Comer
  15. Barry McHugh 

Galway meet Sligo in the 2018 Connacht Senior Football Semi-Final on Sunday, 3rd June.  Throw-in at Pearse Stadium is 3.30pm.

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