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One Change Apiece As Monaghan And Tyrone Go In Hunt Of Final Spot

Yesterday we saw Dublin dismiss Galway to bevome the first team on the card for the All Ireland final 2018 but now it is time to who will be joining them. Monaghan and Tyrone have both named their starting lineups ahead of the 3.30pm throw-in.

Monaghan have made one change to their side for their first All Ireland semi-final in 30 years. Dessie Mone is named in place of Conor McCarthy. Mone came off the bench in their final Super 8s round win over Galway last week but is named in the half-forward line today. Further changes could still be made as Malachy O’Rourke’s side go in search of their first All Ireland final place since 1930.

Meanwhile Tyrone have also made one change from the side that brilliantly overcame Donegal in a  historic win in Ballybofey last week. Rory Brennan comes into the side at corner-back while the player to drop to the bench is wing-forward, Conor Meyler. Brennan played the majority of the game against Donegal after replacing Michael McKernan who received a black card in the opening minutes.

Throw-in in Croke Park is 3.30pm while before that, the Monaghan minors will meet Kerry at 1.30pm to decide who will play Galway in the final in three weeks time.

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Tyrone:

1. Niall Morgan

2. Michael McKernan

3. Ronan McNamee

4. Rory Brennan

5. Tiernan McCann

6. Frank Burns

7. Peter Harte

8. Colm Cavanagh

9. Pádraig Hampsey

10. Mattie Donnelly

11. Niall Sludden

12. Cathal McShane

13. Mark Bradley

14. Richard Donnelly

15. Conor McAliskey

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Monaghan:

1. Rory Beggan

2. Kieran Duffy

3. Drew Wylie

4. Ryan Wylie

5. Colin Walshe

6. Vinny Corey

7. Karl O’Connell

8. Niall Kearns

9. Darren Hughes

10. Ryan McAnespie

11. Shane Carey

12. Dessie Mone

13. Dermot Malone

14. Fintan Kelly

15. Conor McManus

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