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Harte goes with same starting line-up for Tyrone's clash with Donegal

The Sean Cavanagh-led side made light work of Derry last time out.

AHEAD OF SUNDAY’S Ulster SFC semi-final against Donegal (2pm), Tyrone boss Mickey Harte has named an unchanged starting line-up to the team who overcame Derry last time out.

Sean Cavanagh will again leads the line in Clones after his seven points in the 0 – 22 to 0 – 11 win over the Oak Leaf county.

While the starting team-sheet is unchanged, Harte has been able to name Justin McMahon and Cathal McCarron on the substitutes bench after they shook off respective quad and hamstring problems.

Tyrone (v Donegal, Ulster SFC semi-final) 

1 – Niall Morgan – Éadan na dTorc
2 – Aidan McCrory – Aireagal Chiaráin
3 – Ronan McNamee – Achadh Uí Aráin
4 – Pádraig Hampsey – Oileán a’Ghuail
5 – Tiernan McCann – Coill an Chlochair
6 – Rory Brennan – Trí Leac
7 – Peter Harte – Aireagal Chiaráin
8 – Colm Cavanagh – An Mhaigh
9 – Conall McCann – Coill an Chlochair
10 – Kieran McGeary – Cabhán a’Chaortainn
11 – Niall Sludden – An Droim Mór
12 – Conor Meyler – An Omaigh
13 – Mark Bradley – Coill an Chlochair
14 – Sean Cavanagh (c) – An Mhaigh
15 – Matthew Donnelly – Trí Leac

16 – Michael O’Neill – Cluain Eo
17 – Lee Brennan – Trí Leac
18 – Frank Burns – Cabhán a’Chaortainn
19 – Michael Cassidy – Ard Bó
20 – Cathal McCarron – An Droim Mór
21 – Declan McClure – Cluain Eo
22 – Darren McCurry – Éadan na dTorc
23 – Justin McMahon – An Omaigh
24 – Cathal McShane – Eoghan Ruadh Uí Néill
25 – David Mulgrew – Ard Bó
26 – Ronan O’Neill – An Omaigh
27 – Richard Donnelly – Trí Leac
28 – Cahir McCullagh – An Caisleán Glas
29 – Hugh Pat McGeary – Cabhán a’Chaortainn
30 – Ronan McHugh – Achadh Uí Aráin
31 – Padraig McNulty – Dún Geanainn

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