Westmeath ready for their derby duel
WESTMEATH manager Pat Flanagan has surprisingly named the same 15 players who were beaten by Louth last weekend for Sunday’s visit of neighbours, Meath.
JACK O’CONNOR has made alterations to his winning formula from last week but the most notable inclusion in the Kerry side to take on Armagh is on the bench, where Declan O'Sullivan has linked up with the squad for the first time this year. The playing changes see Anthony Maher come into midfield for Seamus Scanlon while veteran Aidan O'Mahony is added to the defence in place of Peter Crowley.
WESTMEATH (SF v Meath): G Connaughton; M Curley, K Gavin, D McDermott; R Foley, M Ennis, K Maguire; T English, A Finnan; L Martin, A Giles, P Sheridan; P Sharry, D Glennon, C McCormack.
KERRY (SF v Armagh): B Kealy; S Enright, M Ó Sé, B Maguire; T Ó Sé, K Young, A O’Mahony; A Maher, B Sheehan; P Galvin, D O’Sullivan, S O’Sullivan; J O’Donoghue, K Donaghy, BJ Keane.
ARMAGH (SF v Kerry): N Geoghegan; A Mallon, B Donaghy, D McKenna; K Dyas, C McKeever, F Moriarty; C Vernon, M Mackin; A Forker, B Mallon, A Duffy; C Rafferty, S Campbell, E McVerry.