Donegal's injury concerns, which included a question mark over captain Michael Murphy's availability, have cleared up ahead of Sunday's Football League Division 2 final against Laois. Murphy has been named at full forward in a side that is near to full strength, with manager Jim McGuinness also able to call on a quartet of defenders, all of whom had been considered major doubts for the Croke Park decider through injury. Paddy McGrath, Neil McGee, Karl Lacey and wing back Kevin Cassidy have all overcome knocks to line out at the back, while Murphy gets the nod to spearhead the attack, despite fears that he would miss the game with a dead leg he picked up in a Club game last weekend.
Donegal team to face Laois - Paul Durkan; Paddy McGrath, Neil McGee, Karl Lacey; Anthony Thompson, Frank McGlynn, Kevin Cassidy; Rory Kavanagh, Martin McElhinney; Michael Hegarty, Mark McHugh, Dermot Molloy; Ryan Bradley, Michael Murphy, Colm McFadden.
Highland’s Gaa Correspondent Tom Comack spoke to Manager Jim Mc Guinness and Forward Colm Mc Fadden ahead of Sunday’s final
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