Michael Finneran has made just one change to his starting 15 for Sunday’s All-Ireland Intermediate Ladies’ Football Championship encounter against Westmeath at Glennon Pearse Park, Longford, at 1 p.m..
Natalie McHugh, who was injured for the 5-10 to 4-4 victory against Offaly, comes into the team at centre-forward.
Roscommon are appearing in their third All-Ireland semi-final in succession, having lost out to Meath in 2018 at Dr. Hyde Park and 2019 at Nowlan Park, Kilkenny.
ROSCOMMON: Helena Cummins (Michael Glaveys), Honor Ennis (St. Ciaran’s), Sinead Kenny (St. Croan’s), Elaine Murran (Western Gaels); Niamh Watson (St. Dominic’s), Ellen Irwin (St. Faithleach’s), Roisín Wynne (Boyle); Caroline Conway (Ballyboden Wanderers), Jenny Higgins (Western Gaels); Laura Fleming (St. Ciaran’s), Natalie McHugh (Kilglass Gaels), Joanne Cregg (Michael Glaveys); Aimee O’Connor (St. Dominic’s), Aoife Gavin (St. Dominic’s), Sinead Glennon (Boyle)
Subs: Sasha Lavin (Western Gaels), Rachel Brady (St. Mary’s), Sarah McVeigh (St. Barry’s), Rachel Fitzmaurice (St. Ciaran’s), Louise Brady (St. Mary’s), Kate Nolan (St. Brigid’s), Megan Kelly (Clann na nGael), Rachel Corcoran (St. Dominic’s), Saoirse Wynne (Boyle), Ciara Corcoran (St. Dominic’s), Mikaela McHugh (Kilglass Gaels), Lauren Curran (St. Brigid’s), Alanna Hanmore (Castlerea St. Kevin’s), Shannon McGuinness (St. Barry’s), Lisa O’Rourke (Castlerea St. Kevin’s).