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Team named to face Louth in Rackard showdown

Rory Porteous is set for a starting place against Louth.

Rory Porteous is set for a starting place against Louth.

Seamus McCusker and Sean Duffy have named their team to defend Fermanagh’s Nicky Rackard status against Louth this Saturday.

The pair have made a number of changes for the Athletic Grounds clash from the team which lost out to Tyrone 2-23 to 1-14 last day out. Colum McPhillips comes in for Cathal McGarry between the  posts while Mark Slevin makes way for JP McGarry at centre back.

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John Duffy has been moved from midfield to full forward, with his place there being taken by Ryan Bogue who shifts back from centre forward.

Conor McShea is the only man to keep his place in the half forward line with Rory Porteous coming in for Bogue and Joseph Gavin also getting the nod for a starting place.

Corner forward Ciaran McTeague also secures a starting berth as Fermanagh rejig in the absence of Declan McGarry.

Fermanagh senior team to face Louth
Saturday, 1.30pm, Athletic Grounds, Armagh.

1
Colum McPhillips
2
Andrew Breslin
3
Mathew Teague
4
Odhran Russell
5
Barrie Duffy

6
JP McGarry

7
Thomas Cleary
8
Ryan Bogue

9
Ciaran  Corrigan

10
Conor McShea
11
Rory Porteous

12
Joseph Gavin

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13
Sean Corrigan
14
John Duffy
15
Ciaran McTeague

 


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