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Danny Sutcliffe and Tom Cunniffe named in strong New York starting 15 to face Sligo

Sligo, Mayo, Galway, Donegal, Down, Kerry, Dublin, Wicklow and Armagh are the counties represented in the team.

Eugene McVerry, Conor McGraynor and David Culhane.
Eugene McVerry, Conor McGraynor and David Culhane.

NEW YORK BOSS Justin O’Halloran has included Danny Sutcliffe and Tom Cunniffe in his starting team to face Sligo in the Connacht SFC preliminary round on Sunday.

Both Sutcliffe and Cunniffe will make their championship debuts for New York against Sligo, although Cunniffe has played in his competition before and lifted the Connacht title on five occasions in the past.

Primarily a hurler, this will be Sutcliffe’s first football game at this level. He forms part of an extremely strong half-forward line alongside Wicklow man Conor McGraynor and former Donegal player Ross Wherity.

Goalkeeper Vinny Cadden will line out between the posts against his former county.

New York

1. Vinny Cadden (Sligo)

2. Tom Cunniffe (Mayo)
3. David Cunnane (Galway)
4. Peter Witherow (Donegal)

5. Gerard McCartan (Down)
6. David Culhane (Kerry)
7. Keith Quinn (Down)

8. Brian Gallagher (Mayo)
9. Shane Hogan (New York)

10. Danny Sutcliffe (Dublin)
11. Conor McGraynor (Wicklow)
12. Ross Wherity (Donegal)

13. Daniel McKenna (New York)
14. Shane O’Connor (Dublin)
15. Eugene McVerry (Armagh)


16. Jer O Sullivan
17. Paddy Boyle
18. Ronan McGinley
19. Paul Lambe
20. Eoin Flanagan
21. Keith Scally
22. Kevin Connolly
23. Eoin Ward
24. David Freeman
25. Niall McFeeley
26. Paul McGinley

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