GAA- Changes Expected For Donegal

Rory Kavanagh

Donegal will contest their fourth game in Division Two of the National Football League this Sunday when they travel to Páirc Tailteann, Navan to face Meath. It’s been a difficult week for the county with the news that Leo Mc Loone could be out for the rest of the year having broken and dislocated his ankle in a club game last Sunday. Glenfin’s Frank Mc Glynn looks set to replace McLoone in the defence. McGlynn came off the bench in the draw with Kildare two weeks ago. St. Eunan’s Rory Kavangh who was also used as a sub that day is expected to start on Sunday. Dungloe’s Adrian Hanlon is a doubt with a shoulder injury. Donegal who sit second in the division are undefeated with one win and two draws.

Charlie Collins & Martin Mc Hugh will have all the action as it happens live from Navan this Sunday, on 103.3fm and here online at highlandradio.com.