McGee is only change for Meath clash

Eamon Mc GeeThe Donegal team to play Meath this weekend shows one change from the side that lined out in the victory over Monaghan.

Gweedore’s Eamon Mc Gee gets his first start of the Division two league campaign replacing 2012 player of the year Karl Lacey in the full back line.

Eamon was not available for the the games against Laois and Galway as he was serving a suspension from last years championship.

Manager Jim Mc Guinness says he will rest Lacey as the schedule gets busy over the coming weeks.

Patrick Mc Brearty is named again among the subs but is a doubt for the game after picking up a quad muscle injury in an u21 challenge game on Sunday in Convoy.

David Walsh has recovered from injury and may see some game time having been included on the bench.

The Donegal starting 15:- Paul Durcan;
Eamon McGee, Neil McGee, Frank McGlynn;
Ryan McHugh, Leo McLoone, Anthony Thompson;
Rory Kavanagh, Martin McElhinney;
Mark McHugh, Christy Toye, Odhran MacNiallais;
Colm McFadden, Michael Murphy, Dermot Molloy.

Highland Sport will have live commentary from Donegal v Meath this Sunday in Ballybofey with Oisin Kelly and Martin Mc Hugh in association with Evolve Menswear Letterkenny.