Shane McCormack has named his Armagh panel to face Monaghan in the third round of the National League this Sunday.
The Ladies are heading into the game as favourites, having secured victories in their first two rounds.
Goals from Aoife McCoy and Aoife Lennon saw them past Cavan, away from home, on the opening day.
While in Roscommon in round two, a personal haul of 2-4 from Aimee Mackin helped the Orchard see off the Rossies by seven.
Anna Carr has yet to concede a goal this season and see retains her spot between the sticks this weekend.
Shauna Grey was picked up an unfortunate injury last weekend, although she’s been named to start in the full back line.
Louise Kenny didn’t start the last day out but is named at corner back with Clodagh McCambridge at full back.
The half back line stays the same as the opening two rounds. Grace Ferguson, Lauren McConville and Cait Towe retain their places.
Niamh Coleman and Eve Lavery are once again named as the midfield partnership. Although Blaithin Mackin has started the last two games at centerfield.
Aoife Lennon is named at wing half forward, with Aimee Mackin, Armagh’s top scorer so far this season, in the centre.
Armagh Harps youngster Emily Druse started the Roscommon game at wing half back, but is named in the forward line.
Alex Clarke came off the bench last week and chipped in with a point, but is down to start on Sunday.
Joining her in the full forward line is Armagh captain Kelly Mallon along with Dromintee sharpshooter Aoife McCoy.
Strong subs bench
A few changes to the starting line up are to be expected and Shane McCormack has a strong bench to call on.
The Marley sisters, Niamh and Catherine, both scored when introduced last weekend while Blathnad Hendron started the game.
Maeve Ferguson, Dearbhla Coleman, Maeve Lennon and Caitriona O’Hagan have all saw game time in the opening two rounds.