Dundalk as it Happens
Louth name starting 15 for Division Three final against Tipperary
Louth have named their team to face Tipperary in this Saturday’s Allianz National Football League Division Three final in Croke Park.
Colin Kelly has made two changes from the side which beat the Premier County in Semple Stadium on a 0-16 to 0-12 scoreline in Semple Stadium on March 26th to secure promotion to Division Two for next season.
Anthony Williams, who was suspended for that game, returns in place of Kurt Murphy with John Bingham moving from corner back to centre half. The other change sees Ryan Burns come in for Sam Mulroy.
There are also 13 changes from the side which lost to Sligo last weekend with Williams and Patrick Reilly the only survivors.
The team in full is: Craig Lynch; Padraig Rath, Patrick Reilly, Anthony Williams; Derek Maguire, John Bingham, James Stewart; Tommy Durnin, Andy McDonnell; Declan Byrne, Paraic Smith, Bevan Duffy; Adrian Reid, Eoin O’Connor, Ryan Burns.
Throw-in at Croke Park on Saturday is at 5pm with the game also being broadcast live on TG4.
Tickets for the finals are currently on sale with supporters encouraged to buy early to avoid queuing.
On Saturday there will be seating in the Hogan Stand only. Admission will be Adults €20, Under 16s €5. Students and Senior Citizens should purchase full price tickets on the day of the match and can claim a rebate of €5 on proof of ID at a designated Hogan Stand turnstile.
All stand tickets for this match are unreserved seating.