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02 Dec 2021

Leitrim go with same starting 15

All set for the replay next Sunday! The Leitrim players pictured during the National Anthem before during Sunday's Connacht Championship Semi-Final in Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada. Photo by Willie Donnellan
Leitrim have named the same 15 that started the drawn encounter with London for next Sunday’s Connacht Senior Football Championship replay.

Leitrim have named the same 15 that started the drawn encounter with London for next Sunday’s Connacht Senior Football Championship replay.

However, Leitrim joint manager Brian Breen told the Leitrim Observer on Wednesday afteroon that several of the team are carrying knocks and there may yet be changes to the team that takes to the field for Sunday’s game in Hyde Park (3.40 throw-in).

Under GAA rules, all counties must submit a team list to the Provincial body by the Wednesday prior to the game but the Green & Gold could yet face several changes to the team submitted.

Captain Emlyn Mulligan remains the main concern for Leitrim fans after he was forced from the action last Sunday with a calf strain while Kevin Conlan and Danny Beck both suffered knocks against the Exiles.

The team named for Sunday’s replay is:

Cathal McCrann (Gortletteragh)

Alan Wynne (Allen Gaels)

Ciaran Egan (Gortletteragh)

Gary Reynolds (Carrigallen)

Daniel Beck (Mohill)

Enda Williams (Clonguish Longford)

Barry Prior (Aughawillan

Darren Sweeney (Glencar/Manorhamilton)

Brendan Brennan (Melvin Gaels)

Paul Brennan (Melvin Gaels)

Emlyn Mulligan (St. Brigid’s Dublin)

Paddy McGowan (St. Patrick’s Dromahair)

Kevin Conlan (St. Patrick’s Dromahair)

James Glancy (Glencar/Manorhamilton)

Robbie Lowe (St. Mary’s Kiltoghert)

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