NFL Division 1A high flyers Fermanagh have made two changes for Sunday's trip to Killarney to face Kerry (Fitzgerald Stadium, throw-in 2.30pm).
Lisnakea clubman Mark Little returns at centre, replacing James Sherry, while Enniskillen attacker Colm Bradley takes over at right corner forward from Ciaran O'Reilly, who is unfortunate to lose out after scoring three points in Ernesiders' excellent 0-09 to 0-08 win over Tyrone, three weeks ago.
2004 All-Star Marty McGrath has made the substitutes bench despite doubts over his fitness.
The influential St. Joseph's midfielder underwent an operation at Dublin's Mater Hospital last month to treat the heart palpitations he has suffered with since the age of 16.
Looking ahead to Sunday's game, Fermanagh manager Charlie Mulgrew said: "We appreciate we have a huge task ahead of us on Sunday. Kerry at home are always hard to defeat at the best of times. They surprisingly lost their last home game in the league against Mayo, and that will certainly have them fired up to win this one."
FERMANAGH (NFL v Kerry) - C Breen; N Bogue, B Owens, S Goan; R Johnson, S McDermott, P Sherry; M Murphy, F Reilly; D Kelly, M Little, T Brewster; C Bradley, J McGurn, R Keenan.