Thursday, January 19, 2023

Diarmuid Murtagh will captain Roscommon against Mayo in Friday evening’s FBD final. Picture: INPHO/Ryan Byrne


Roscommon senior football manager Davy Burke has named his team for tomorrow (Friday) evening’s FBD final against Mayo in the University of Galway Connacht GAA Air Dome at 7.30 p.m..

There are five changes to the team that defeated Sligo in the semi-final last weekend.

Conor Carroll replaces Colm Lavin in goal, while Tomás Crean from Creggs comes into the full-back line. Conor Daly is named as wing-back, while Cian Glennon and Ciaráin Murtagh are selected in the half-forward line. Colin Walsh, Donie Smith and Peter Gillooly are named among the substitutes.

Diarmuid Murtagh has been named as captain for the evening.

Meanwhile, Mayo senior football manager Kevin McStay has made six changes to his starting 15 for the game.

Colm Reape (goalkeeper), Enda Hession, Conor Loftus, Diarmuid O’Connor, Bob Tuohy and 2021 All Star Ryan O’Donoghue come into the team from that side that defeated Galway in the semi-final.


1 Conor Carroll (Oranmore/Maree)

2 Dylan Gaughan (Tulsk)

3 Conor Hussey (Michael Glaveys)

4 Tomás Crean (Creggs)

5 Eoin McCormack (St. Dominic’s)

6 Brian Stack (St. Brigid’s)

7 Conor Daly (Pádraig Pearses)

8 Niall Daly (Pádraig Pearses)

9 Keith Doyle (St. Dominic’s, captain)

10 Cian Glennon (St. Faithleach’s)

11 Ciaráin Murtagh (St. Faithleach’s)

12 Dylan Ruane (Michael Glaveys)

13 Diarmuid Murtagh (St. Faithleach’s, captain)

14 Conor Cox (Éire Óg)

15 Paul Carey (Pádraig Pearses)

Subs: Aaron Brady (Elphin), Paul McGrath (St. Brigid’s), Colin Walsh (Oran), Darragh Heneghan (Michael Glaveys), Robbie Dolan (St. Brigid’s), Ruaidhrí Fallon (St. Brigid’s), Ciarán Lennon (Clann na nGael), Peter Gillooly (Roscommon Gaels), Donie Smith (Boyle), Ben O’Carroll (St. Brigid’s), Adam McDermott (Castlerea St. Kevin’s).

Comments are closed.

More Roscommon Sport

Burke reveals his hand for Tyrone test

Carty on the cusp of history for Connacht

Similar Articles

Burke reveals his hand for Tyrone test