Friday, February 03, 2023

Mayo senior boss Kevin McStay has picked an unchanged line-up for Sunday’s Allianz National Football League Division 1 trip to Armagh.

David McBrien and Bob Tuohy who both got late call-ups before the Galway game last time out have retained their places at corner-back and centre-forward, respectively.

James Carr breaks through the Galway defence on his way to scoring a spectacular first-half goal at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park last Saturday night. Picture: David Farrell Photography

McBrien slots in the full-back line beside Rory Brickenden and Jack Coyne.

In the half-back line, Stephen Coen captains the side in Paddy Durcan’s absence and will be alongside Conor Loftus and Enda Hession.

Matthew Ruane and Diarmuid O’Connor pair up in the engine room, while Jack Carney, Bob Tuohy and Jordan Flynn man the half-forward line.

Up front, Aiden Orme, James Carr and Ryan O’Donoghue make up the full-forward line.

Throw-in time at the BOX-IT Athletic Grounds is at 3.30pm. It will be shown live on TG4 and broadcast live on Midwest Radio with Michael D McAndrew and Mark Ronaldson.

Fergal Kelly from Longford is down to referee the game.

Mayo: Colm Reape; David McBrien, Rory Brickenden, Jack Coyne; Stephen Coen, Conor Loftus, Enda Hession; Matthew Ruane, Diarmuid O’Connor; Jack Carney, Bob Tuohy, Jordan Flynn; Aiden Orme, James Carr, Ryan O’Donoghue.

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