Four changes to Louth hurling team for trip to Leitrim
Louth hurlers have made four changes to their side for this Saturday’s Lory Meagher Cup clash with Leitrim in Ballinamore.
Dee McCarthy’s side will be hoping to make it four wins from four after victories over Sligo, Warwickshire and Lancashire.
Amongst the changes for Saturday’s trip are the return of midfielder Shane Callan, in place of Andrew Mackin, with Nigel Stanley coming in for Gavin Kane, Seaghan Connelly replacing Nigel Cafferkey and Donal Connolly replacing James Connolly in goal. In a positional change Brian Minogue also takes his place at full back.
The team in full is: Donal Connollly (Naomh Moninne), Conor Matthews (St Fechin’s), Brian Minogue (Pearse Óg), Mark Wallace (Knockbridge); Mike Lyons (Naomh Moninne), Ronan Byrne (Knockbridge), Andrew McCrave (Pearse Óg); Darren O’Hanrahan (Naomh Moninne), Shane Callan (Pearse Óg); Gerard Smyth (Pearse Óg), Nigel Stanley (Galmoy), David Kettle (Knockbridge); Diarmuid Murphy (Naomh Moninne), Seaghan Connelly (St Fechin’s), Paddy Lynch (St Fechin’s).
Throw-in at Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada on Saturday is at 2.30pm.