Antrim boss Mickey Culbert has made four changes to his team for Sunday's Ulster SFC quarter-final with Fermanagh (Brewster Park, Enniskillen, throw-in 3.30pm).
The line-up is boosted by the return of five players from the St. Gall's club that finished as All-Ireland runners-up in March.
Goalkeeper Paddy Murray is one of those returning - he takes over from his work-mate John Finucane, who was ever present during the League campaign. The net-minding duo work as trainee solicitors.
St. Gall's playmaker Kevin McGourty, who returned to training with the county panel recently after a while out due to work commitments, have been named at full-forward.
McGourty's older brother Kieran, 26, has to be content with a place on the bench despite an impressive five-point haul in a recent challenge match against Wicklow.
It has been 14 years since Antrim and Fermanagh last met in the Ulster championship - Sunday will be their seventh clash in all.
Antrim's last win over the Ernesiders was in 1974. Interestingly, both sides are seeking their first wins in the Ulster championship since 2003.
ANTRIM (SFC v Fermanagh) - P Murray; A McClean, P Doherty, D Gault; A Scullion, A Convery, S Kelly; J Quinn, M McCann; C Close, B Herron, A Gallagher; K Brady, K McGourty, M Magill.