Galway boss Pádraic Joyce has made three changes to his starting line-up for Sunday’s Connacht senior football championship quarter-final clash against Mayo in Hastings MacHale Park (4pm).
Connor Gleeson replaces Conor Flaherty between the sticks, as the former came off injured in the Tribesmen’s one-point defeat to Roscommon in the Division 2 league final.
The on-form Dylan McHugh returns from his hamstring injury as he replaces Seán Fitzgerald at right half-back.
Talisman Shane Walsh starts left corner-forward replacing Dessie Conneely, as he made a big impact off the bench against the Rossies.
Captain Seán Kelly moves back to full-back having played midfield last time out, Finnian Ó Laoí will play right half-forward, and Matthew Tierney will play in the centre of the park.
Galway: Connor Gleeson; Liam Silke, Seán Kelly (captain), Jack Glynn; Dylan McHugh, John Daly, Kieran Molloy; Paul Conroy, Matthew Tierney; Finnian Ó Laoí, Niall Daly, Johnny Heaney; Robert Finnerty, Damien Comer, Shane Walsh.
Substitutes: James Keane, Johnny McGrath, Cillian McDaid, Billy Mannion, Tony Gill, Patrick Kelly, Paul Kelly, Owen Gallagher, Cormac McWalter, Dessie Conneely, Tomo Culhane.