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O’Callaghan comes in for Donegal clash

Richard O'Callaghan has been named in the Fermanagh team to face Donegal on Sunday.

Richard O’Callaghan has been named in the Fermanagh team to face Donegal on Sunday.

Pete McGrath has named his starting 15 to face Donegal in Sunday’s Ulster Championship quarter-final in MacCumhaill Park.

The team is unchanged from the side which faced Antrim apart from one switch in the half forward line. That sees Ryan Lyons losing out to Richard O’Callaghan.

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The Enniskillen Gaels man has only seen 154 minutes of game time in 2016 with injury hampering limiting him to NFL appearances against Armagh, Laois and Cavan.

Lyons has impressed since coming into the Fermanagh starting 15 towards the end of the league. However, with Neil Gallagher likely to be missing for the hosts on Sunday, Pete McGrath looks to be making a bid for dominance around midfield.

Fermanagh senior team to face Donegal
Sunday, 2pm, MacCumhaill 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
Richard O’Callaghan
(Enniskillen Gaels)

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

Meanwhile Rory Gallagher has also named his side for Sunday. Neil Gallagher is not named with Rory Kavanagh partnering Hugh McFadden in the centre in a side well laced with experience.

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Donegal senior team to face Fermanagh
Mark Anthony McGinley; Paddy McGrath, Neil McGee; Karl Lacey; Ryan McHugh, Frank McGlynn, Anthony Thompson; Rory Kavanagh, Hugh MFadden; Leo McLoone, Martin McElhinney, Odhrán Mac Niallais; Patrick McBrearty, Michael Murphy, Martin O’Reilly.


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