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Two changes ahead of Cavan trip

Story by Fergal Lynch

Saturday, 10th February, 2018 8:00am

Two changes ahead of Cavan trip

Andy McEntee

Meath manager Andy McEntee has made two changes to the team that hammered Clare last weekend for tonight's NFL Div 2 clash with Cavan in Breffni Park, 7pm.
Simonstown's Sean Tobin is pencilled in to start at corner forward in place of Bryan McMahon, while Eamon Wallace is expectyed to take the place of his brother Joey. Tobin was also due to start the game against Clare before being replaced before throw-in by McMahon.
Both Wallace and Tobin have made huge contributions when introduced as a substitutes for the first two games of the league and both have earned the shot at a starting berth.
Gaeil Colmcille's Liam Ferguson and Simonstown's Shane Gallagher are added to the matchday 26 with Donal Lenihan and Joey Wallace dropping out.

Meath (v Cavan) - Andy Colgan (Donaghmore/Ashbourne); Seamus Lavin (Dunboyne), Conor McGill (Ratoath), Donal Keogan (Rathkenny); Brían Conlon (Simonstown Gaels), Brian Power (Ratoath), Shane McEntee (Dunboyne); Bryan Menton (Donaghmore/Ashbourne), Adam Flanagan (Clonard); James McEntee (Curraha), Padraig McKeever (Simonstown Gaels), Graham Reilly (St Colmcille’s); Eamon Wallace (Ratoath), Cillian O’Sullivan (Moynalvey), Seán Tobin (Simonstown Gaels). Subs - David Gallagher (Dunboyne), Mickey Burke (Longwood), Daniel O’Neill (Wolfe Tones), Shane Glynn (Wolfe Tones), Harry Rooney (Skryne), Ben Brennan (St Colmcille’s), Thomas O’Reilly (Wolfe Tones), Shane Gallagher (Simonstown Gaels), Bryan McMahon (Ratoath), Caolach Halligan (Rathkenny), Liam Ferguson (Gaeil Colmcille).

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