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Kenneth O'Malley (pictured here with Meath's Cormac McGuinness) replaces David Clarke as Mayo's sub goalkeeper.
ON THE PANEL Kenneth O'Malley (pictured here with Meath's Cormac McGuinness) replaces David Clarke as Mayo's sub goalkeeper.Pic: Sportsfile

Mayo name same starting 15 for Kerry game

THERE are no changes in personnel to the Mayo team for Sunday’s All-Ireland Senior Football Championship semi-final against Kerry.
The only alteration to the starting 15 that lined out against Cork in the quarter-final sees defenders Tom Cunniffe and Keith Higgins swap corners. Trevor Mortimer, who had been doubtful with a quad injury, has been named at left half-back.
There is one change on the bench, where Ballinrobe’s Kenneth O’Malley comes in as substitute goalkeeper in place of David Clarke. Ballina man Clarke damaged knee ligaments playing for his club against Claremorris in the last round of the Mayo Senior Championship.
Peadar Gardiner, who suffered a hamstring injury in Crossmolina’s defeat by Ballintubber, is also named among the substitutes.

Robert Hennelly (Breaffy); Tom Cunniffe (Castlebar Mitchels); Ger Cafferkey (Ballina Stephenites), Keith Higgins (Ballyhaunis), Richie Feeney (Castlebar Mitchels), Donal Vaughan (Ballinrobe), Trevor Mortimer (Shrule-Glencorrib); Aidan O’Shea (Breaffy), Seamus O’Shea (Breaffy); Kevin McLoughlin (Knockmore), Alan Dillon (Ballintubber), Andy Moran (Ballaghaderreen); Enda Varley (Garrymore), Alan Freeman (Aghamore), Cillian O’Connor (Ballintubber).
Subs: Kenneth O’Malley (Ballinrobe), Alan Feeney (Castlebar Mitchels), Dermot Geraghty (Shrule-Glencorrib), Chris Barrett (Belmullet), Lee Keegan (Westport), James Kilcullen (Ballaghaderreen), Ronan McGarrity (Ballina Stephenites), Peadar Gardiner (Crossmolina), Aidan Campbell (Swinford), Jason Doherty (Burrishoole), Mark Ronaldson (Shrule-Glencorrib).

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