Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath has named his side to face Monaghan in their Ulster senior football championship semi-final showdown this Sunday.
Eoin Donnelly is a surprise omission from the starting 15. The Coa midfielder has recovered from hand injury and had been expected to play a role in Sunday’s game. However, if Fermanagh line out as named, that role will have to be from the bench.
James McMahon misses out after sustaining an injury on club duty. Darren McQuade is the beneficiary here, getting a starting berth at half forward as Barry Mulrone shifts back to wing back.
Elsewhere McGrath has favoured Devenish shot-stopper Thomas Treacy between the posts ahead of Chris Snow who kept a clean sheet against Antrim in the Ulster quarter-final
Fermanagh senior team to face Monaghan
Sunday, 4.00pm, Breffni Park, Cavan.
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