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Same again for Mayo

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Same again for Mayo

MIKE FINNERTY

MAYO manager John O’Mahony announced an unchanged team last night (Thursday) for Sunday’s National Football League Division 1A clash with Donegal at Ballybofey.
This means that Ballaghaderreen midfielder James Kilcullen (22) retains his place at full-back with David Heaney at right-half back and Pat Harte partnering his club-mate David Brady at midfield.
In attack, Andy Moran (who scored 1-3 for IT Sligo in the Sigerson Cup during the week) is at right-half forward with All-Stars Alan Dillon on the opposite wing.
Donegal manager Brian McIver has not yet announced his team.
The match throws-in at 1.30pm to avoid a clash with the RBS Six Nations game between Ireland and France at Croke Park. Mid West Radio will provide live and exclusive commentary from Ballybofey.

Mayo
David Clarke; Liam O’Malley, James Kilcullen, Keith Higgins; David Heaney, Billy Joe Padden, Peadar Gardiner; Pat Harte, David Brady; Andy Moran, Trevor Mortimer, Alan Dillon; Conor Mortimer, Austin O’Malley, Kevin O’Neill (capt).

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