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Dineen makes one change as Rossies prepare for Connacht final

Thursday, 3rd April, 2014 1:17pm
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Dineen makes one change as Rossies prepare for Connacht final

Mark Nally, pictured here, has been called into the Roscommon team by Nigel Dineen.

Dineen makes one change as Rossies prepare for Connacht final

Mark Nally, pictured here, has been called into the Roscommon team by Nigel Dineen.

Nigel Dineen has made just one change for Saturday’s Cadbury Connacht Under 21 Football Championship Final between Roscommon and Leitrim. Mark Nally (Roscommon Gaels) replaces the injured Kevin Finn. The team includes two players from the local Padraig Pearses club, including the captain, David Murray.

The team is as follows:
1. Colm Lavin (Éire Óg); 2. David Murray (C, Padraig Pearses), 3. Seán Mullooly (Strokestown), 4. Cathal Kenny (Oran), 5. John McManus (Roscommon Gaels), 6. Fintan Kelly (Castlerea St Kevin’s), 7. Conor Daly (Padraig Pearses), 8. Shane Killoran (Elphin), 9. Thomas Corcoran (Strokestown), 10. Ciaran Kilcline (Roscommon Gaels), 11. Mark Healy (Roscommon Gaels), 12. Enda Smith (Boyle), 13. Diarmuid Murtagh (St Faithleach’s), 14. Mark Nally (Roscommon Gaels), 15. Donie Smith (Boyle).

Elsewhere, Club Rossie - the commercial and fundraising arm of Roscommon GAA - have been taking a look behind the scenes at a typical inter-county training session and released the first in a series of video clips on YouTube. The clips aim to show supporters the hard work and dedication inter-county players put in on a weekly basis in order to make the starting team for the Championship.

The video can be viewed at www.youtube.com/OfficialRoscommonGAA and is being used to encourage supporters to become members of Club Rossie. All Club Rossie members will receive exclusive merchandise, a chance to win €25,000 in a Grand Prize Draw next month and much more. For more information on Club Rossie visit www.clubrossie.ie or email info@clubrossie.ie

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