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Laois tweak two after Dublin loss, McCarron Monaghan's only change for Navan clash

There’s a place in the Super 8s at stake for these two counties on Sunday.

Ross Munnelly in action against Carlow.
Ross Munnelly in action against Carlow.
Image: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

LAOIS MANAGER JOHN Sugrue has called in Ross Munnelly and Brian Glynn to bolster his attack as they take on Monaghan in Navan on Sunday (throw-in 2pm) with a place in the Super 8s on the line.

Munnelly and Glynn replace Finbarr Crowley and Niall Donoher after Laois were unable to prevent Dublin’s march to an eighth straight Leinster title.

Monaghan boss Malachy O’Rourke has made one change after a comfortable win over Leitrim in Carrick on Shannon last weekend. Jack McCarron, a late withdrawal last time out, leads the line in place of Ballybay’s Thomas Kerr.

Jack McCarron McCarron on the ball against Tyrone. Source: James Crombie/INPHO


1. Rory Beggan

2. Kieran Duffy
3. Conor Boyle
4. Ryan Wylie

5. Dessie Ward
6. Colin Walshe
7. Karl O’Connell

8. Niall Kearns
9. Darren Hughes

10. Ryan McAnespie
11. Dermot Malone
12. Fintan Kelly


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13. Conor McCarthy
14. Jack McCarron
15. Conor McManus


1. Graham Brody

2. Damien O’Connor
3. Mark Timmons
4. Gareth Dillon

5. Trevor Collins
6. Colm Begley
7. Darren Strong

8. John O’Loughlin
9. Kieran Lillis

10. Alan Farrell
11. Paul Kingston
12. Brian Glynn

13. Ross Munnelly
14. Donie Kingston
15. Evan O’Carroll

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