Eamon McGee left out of Donegal team to face Cork

The Donegal footballers have made just one change to their line-up for tomorrow's All-Ireland qualifier against Cork.

Rory Gallagher has kept faith with the majority of the side that lost to Tyrone in the Ulster final.

Martin McElhinney comes into the midfield to partner Rory Kavanagh with Odhrán Mac Niallais pushing up into the attack and Eamon McGee dropping to the bench.

Eamon McGee left out of Donegal team to face Cork

The Donegal team is as follows:

1. Mark Anthony McGinley

2. Paddy McGrath

3. Neil McGee

4. Ciaran Gillespie

5. Ryan McHugh

6. Karl Lacey

7. Frank McGlynn

8. Rory Kavanagh

9. Martin McElhinney

10. Anthony Thompson

11. Odhrán Mac Niallais

12. Eoin McHugh

13. Patrick McBrearty

14. Michael Murphy

15. Martin O’Reilly

The Cork team is set to be named this evening.


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