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McCormack and Gallagher to start for Westmeath against Tyrone

Saturday, 15th March, 2014 7:58pm
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McCormack and Gallagher to start for Westmeath against Tyrone

The Westmeath footballers face a daunting task against Tyrone in Omagh this Sunday.

McCormack and Gallagher to start for Westmeath against Tyrone

The Westmeath footballers face a daunting task against Tyrone in Omagh this Sunday.

Westmeath senior football manager Paul Bealin has selected his team for Sunday’s Allianz Football League Division 1 encounter with Tyrone in Omagh.

The line-up shows two changes from the team that started last weekend’s home game with Mayo.

Callum McCormack did not feature against Mayo; he was a late withdrawal due to food poisoning, and was replaced by Garrycastle’s Doron Harte. McCormack is named in the starting line-up for the trip to Omagh in place of Harte.

The other change see Stephen Gallagher selected between the sticks in place of Darren Quinn.

Throw-in at Omagh on Sunday is 2pm.

Meanwhile, the Westmeath senior hurlers play Kildare in a Division 2A clash on Sunday in Newbridge at 12.45pm

The Westmeath team is not expected to be announced until just prior to the throw-in on Sunday.

 

Westmeath SF team V Tyrone

  1. Stephen Gallagher (St Loman’s Mullingar)
  2. Steven Gilmore (St Loman’s Mullingar)
  3. Kieran Gavin (Mullingar Shamrocks)
  4. Kevin Maguire (Caulry)
  5. James Dolan (Garrycastle)
  6. John Gilligan (Ballymore)
  7. Jamie Gonoud (Tyrrellspass)
  8. David Duffy (Shandonagh)
  9. Paul Sharry (Capt., St Loman’s Mullingar)
  10. John Heslin (St Loman’s Mullingar)
  11. Ger Egan (Tyrrellspass)
  12. Kieran Martin (Maryland)
  13. Callum McCormack (Maryland)
  14. Des Dolan (Garrycastle)
  15. Denis Glennon (Tyrrellspass)

 

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