The Armagh Camogs are back in action on Saturday against Carlow as they look to bounce back from their opening day defeat.
Cavan just edged last week’s encounter by the minimum of margins, winning 0-11 to 0-10 in the end.
The Orchard Camogs have a chance to bounce back immediately and they head to Carlow on Saturday.
Jim McKernan has named his squad to face Carlow. There are a few changes from the team that faced the Breffni blues.
Meabh Callaghan replaces Ciarrai Devlin between the sticks, while the full back line remains unchanged.
Nicola Woods has made the number three jersey her own and she will be companied by Ellen Lavery and Caitlin Murray.
Joint-captain Gemma McCann and Tierna Maguire are on the flanks. Port Mor’s Eimear O’Kane lines out at centre half back.
Michelle McArdle, the other half of the joint captaincy moves to centerfield and will partner Ciara Hill.
Top scorer from last week Ellie McKee, who finished with 0-6, starts once again at wing half forward.
The return of the Donnelly sisters will be a big boast to the Armagh squad as they search for their first win of the season.
The younger of the two Leanne made an appearance last week, but star player Ciara pulls on the orange and white for the first time this year.
Corinna Doyle and Eimear Smyth, who evenly shared four points between them last week, are in the full forward line.
Katie Comiskey earns a starting jersey on Saturday and completes the inside line. Comiskey impressed in the opening round with a point after coming on.
On the bench, Armagh have strong options that can come in and change the game if and when needed.
Eimear Hayes, Meabh Lenahan, Rachael Merry and Casey Mullen are all strong options for Jim McKernan.