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Three changes in Offaly football team for Treaty test

Thursday, 27th March, 2014 4:22pm
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Three changes in Offaly football team for Treaty test
Three changes in Offaly football team for Treaty test

 

Offaly football manager Emmet McDonnell has named his starting team for this Sunday's Allianz Football League Division 3 clash at home to Limerick.

Joseph O'Connor, Niall Smith and Peter Cunningham have been drafted into the starting XV.

Paul McConway, Scott Delaney and Nigel Dunne are the players to make way from the team which was hammered by Roscommon in their last outing (3-19 to 2-4).

Having lost all five of their games so far, Offaly are staring relegation in the face - they need to win both of their remaining games to have any chance of avoiding the drop. In addition, they need other results to go their way.

Limerick are one of five teams on four points in Division 3. Roscommon and Cavan - who meet this Saturday night - have both already clinched promotion to Division 2.

Sunday's game at O'Connor Park will throw-in at 3pm.

Offaly (FL v Limerick): Alan Mulhall; Daithi Brady, David Hanlon, Joseph O'Connor; Niall Darby, Johnny Moloney, Michael Brazil; Ruairi Allen, Niall Smith; Pauric Sullivan, Anton Sullivan, Eoin Carroll; Ciaran Hurley, Niall McNamee, Peter Cunningham.

 

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