Mayo and Roscommon have both named their sides for tomorrow evening's Connacht U20 football championship final at MacHale Park.
Mayo manager Maurice Sheridan has made two changes in personnel to the team that edged Galway 7-6 in sudden-death penalties, with Donnacha McHugh replacing Eoin Gilraine at corner-back and Conor Reid named at centre-forward ahead of Owen McHale. Conor Flynn was the Mayo hero of the shoot-out after he scored the winning penalty to dethrone the All-Ireland champions.
Meanwhile, Liam Tully has kept faith in his Roscommon charges by naming the same side for the second successive game. The Rossies defeated Leitrim and then Sligo to advance to the decider.
Mayo (Connacht U20FC final v Roscommon): Ronan Connolly; Sean Holmes, Ruairi Keane, Donnacha McHugh; Conor Flynn, Ryan Baynes, Aidan Cosgrove; Conor Dunleavy, Jack Carney; Ethan Henry, Conor Reid, Connell Dempsey; Ultan O'Reilly, Frank Irwin, Jack Mahon.
Here is the Mayo under 20s starting 15 against Roscommon.— Mayo GAA (@MayoGAA) July 20, 2021
📺 The game will be shown live on TG4
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Roscommon (Connacht U20FC v Mayo): Conor Carroll; Conor Lohan, Colin Walsh, Dylan Gaughan; Patrick Gavin, Tomas Crean, Cian Glennon; Keith Doyle, Ronan Garvn; Robbie Dolan, James Fitzpatrick, Daire Cregg; Ben O'Carroll, Adam McDermott, Darragh Heneghan.
📣 TEAM NEWS! 📣— Roscommon GAA (@RoscommonGAA) July 20, 2021
Liam Tully has named his team to face Mayo in tomorrow’s @ConnachtGAA U20 Football Championship Final in Elverys MacHale Park. Throw in is at 7.30pm.
The match is live on @SportTG4 pic.twitter.com/vmCVKWu2gV