Camogs and Hurlers release starting line ups
Mattie Lennon’s charges head into their Division Three league final tomorrow against the only team they have fallen to this year, Wexford.
That round three clash was the first outing Michelle McArdle and Colette McSorley featured having just returned to the panel.
The experienced pair will be in from the start on Saturday, just as they were last weekend in the semi-final win over Carlow.
Lennon has named the same starting team that saw off Carlow by six points in the same venue they travel to this weekend.
That means there’s no place in the first 15 for Rachael Merry, who made an impact from the bench in the semi-final and could do the same tomorrow.
Ciara Donnelly has hit 6-14 in two games while Leanne Donnelly, McSorley, Merry and Sinead Kiernan have also hit the net during the league campaign.
The Armagh hurlers take on Tyrone this weekend in round five of their national league campaign and neither side has anything to play for.
Sligo have the league title and promotion wrapped up by this stage, but both teams will be looking to lay down a marker.
They meet in the Athletic Grounds in two weeks’ time for the opening round of the Nicky Rackard Cup, which will mean much more than this game.
Padraig O’Connor names a fairly strong line up, with Derrynoose due Dillon Fox and Stephen McKearney get their first starts of the campaign as does Reece Magee.
Peter McKearney returns to the middle of the field having stared from centre half forward in the last day out against Monaghan.
He partners Odhran Curry with Paddy McBride reverting to the number eleven jersey, also side Fionntan Donnelly and Mark McClatchey.
Aaron Fox will once again lead the team out and man the centre of the defence while Tiernan Nevin likely to be handed the role of stopping Damien Casey.