Kildare make two changes for clash with Fermanagh

Aaron Masterson and Neil Flynn to get first starts of this campaign

Tommy Callaghan

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Kildare make two changes for clash with Fermanagh

Neil Flynn named on Kilare's side to take on Fermanagh on Saturday evening

Kildare have made two changes from the side that defeated Cork last weekend for tomorrow evening's Allianz Football League, Division 2, Round 3 game against Fermanagh in Brewester Park, Enniskillen, throw-in 7 pm.

Getting their first start on Saturday is Moorefield's Aaron Masterson at midfield; while Maynooth's Neil Flynn, who made a huge impression when he came on in the second half against Cork, scoring three points, is named in the corner. Dropping to the bench are Conor Hartley and Jimmy Hyland, the Ballyteague man having played Sigerson for Maynooth on Wednesday last.

Kildare lie in second place (on three points) prior to this weekend's games, one point behind Donegal who are on four; and a point ahead of Meath, Armagh and Fermanagh on 2 each; Clare, Cork and Tipperary have one point each.

The Kildare line out reads:

Mark Donnellan; Mark Dempsey, Mick O'Grady, David Hyland; James Murray, Eoin Doyle cpt., Keith Cribbin; Kevin Feely, Aaron Masterson; David Slattery, Fergal Conway, Conor  Hartley; Adam Tyrrell, Ben McCormack, Neil Flynn.

The remaining fixtures this weekend see table toppers Donegal take on Tipperary (away); Cork travel to Clare while Meath are in Pairc Tailteann against Armagh.