Injuries have forced Kieran McGeeney’s hand this weekend as he prepares his team to take on Donegal.
Ryan Kennedy, Aidan Forker, James Morgan and Paddy Burns all limped off in Armagh’s round two loss to Tyrone last weekend.
Morgan is expected to be fit for this game and Geezer will be delighted to have some experience in that back six.
Ross McQuillan comes in and gets his first start in the orange and white since the opening round of the 2019 McKenna Cup.
The Cullyhanna native and former AFL player has featured in both Armagh’s league ties this year as a substitute.
Ross Finn gets his first start in the orange and white and slots into the corner back spot.
The Armagh Camogie team are also in action on Saturday as they take on Wexford in Pearse Og Park at 2pm.
Mattie Lennon’s side are out to get their second win on the trot after demolishing Down in the opening round.
The Derrynoose man has announced two changes to the starting team that saw off the Mourne County.
Aghagallon’s Meabh Lenehan comes into the half back line and wears the number five jersey, replacing Louise Toner.
Katie Convie of Tullysaran gets a starting berth at corner forward with Rachael Merry moving out to the half forward line as Sinead Kieran misses out.
The Hurler’s are also in action this weekend, and they are away from home, travelling to Inniskeen to take on Monaghan.
They’ll hope to bounce back after suffering a nine-point defeat to Sligo last weekend, after winning in round one against Longford.
Fionntan Donnelly has been incredible so far this year, recording 0-25 in two games and is one of the first names on Padraig O’Connor’s team sheet.
Padraig O’Connor has made several positional switches to the team with Eoin McGuinness reverting back to the full forward line.
The Armagh Ladies take the field on Sunday when they take on Monaghan in the home comforts of the Athletic Grounds.
Ronan Murphy’s team got off the mark with a one-point victory away from home against neighbours Tyrone.
One change has been named from last weekends outfit, with Armagh Harps star Fionnuala McKenna coming into the half forward line.
Captain Kelly Mallon remains sidelined through injury and Crossmaglen prospect Alex Clarke keeps her spot in the full forward line.
Blaithin Mackin wears 14 once again but drifted further out the field against the Red Hand county and could do the same this weekend.