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McGrath names team to face Saffrons

Aidan Breen is set to start at midfield for Fermanagh on Sunday.

Aidan Breen is set to start at midfield for Fermanagh on Sunday.

Pete McGrath has named his starting 15 to face Antrim in Sunday’s Ulster Championship opener in Brewster Park.

Damian Kelly and Daniel Teague started in Fermanagh’s make or break league clash with Tyrone, but that pair miss out as Ruairí Corrigan comes in at full forward while Kelly loses out in a reshuffle which sees fellow Tempo club man Aidan Breen brought in at midfield.

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The hosts go into Sunday’s game as warm favourites after a solid league campaign in division 2. However Antrim will be dangerous opponent having also enjoyed a positive league, albeit in division 4.

Sean Hurson will take charge of Fermanagh for the third time this year having been in charge for the county’s McKenna cup win over Down and their four point victory against Meath in the National League.

Fermanagh senior team to face Antrim
Sunday, 4pm, Brewster Park.

1
Christopher Snow
(St Joseph’s)
2
Mickey Jones (Derrygonnelly)
3
Che Cullen
(Belnaleck)
4
Marty O’Brien
(Devenish)
5
Declan McCusker
(St Joseph’s)

6
James McMahon (Roslea)

7
Barry Mulrone (Devenish)
8
Eoin Donnelly
(Coa)

9
Aidan Breen
(Tempo)

10
Paul McCusker
(St Joseph’s)
11
Ryan Jones
(Derrygonnelly)

12
Ryan Lyons
(Erne Gaels)

13
Ruairí Corrigan (Kinawley)
14
Sean Quigley
(Roslea)
15
Tomás Corrigan (Kinawley)

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