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Team news: Galway chasing maximum points on Westmeath visit

SUNDAY – Westmeath (H) v Galway, 2.00pm, St Lomans, (G Carmody, Roscommon)

Galway know what they have to do ahead of Sunday’s visit to Westmeath – and that’s to claim maximum points.

If they do that, and Donegal beat Cork, they’ll finish ahead of Donegal in the standings under rule, provided that Mayo don’t draw with Monaghan to make it a three-way tie.

A win for Cork against Donegal on Saturday would lessen the pressure slightly on Galway manager Stephen Glennon and his Tribeswomen, who will have a better idea of the permutations following Saturday’s pivotal game. 

But all things considered, Galway still have to win and that might not be straightforward against a Westmeath side that ensured survival with victory over Kerry last weekend.

With the shackles off, Westmeath can go and express themselves and an interesting tie lies in store at St Lomans.

Westmeath team: 

1 Karen Walsh Milltown
2 Rachel Dillon Milltown
3 Amie Giles Coralstown/Kinnegad
4 Nicole Feery Tyrrellspass
5 Fiona Coyle Rochfortbridge
6 Jennie Rogers Milltown
7 Laura Brennan Garrycastle
8 Karen Mc Dermott Rochfortbridge
9 Fiona Claffey Foxrock Cabinteely
10 Jo-hanna Maher Tyrrellspass
11 Maud Annie Foley Coralstown/Kinnegad
12 Lucy Mc Cartan  St Lomans
13 Karen Hegarty Mullingar Shamrocks
14 Laura Lee Walsh Na Fianna
15 Kelly Boyce Jordan Milltown

Galway team: 

1 Lisa Murphy Kilkerrin/Clonberne
2 Fabienne Cooney Claregalway
3 Sarah Lynch Naomh Anna Leitir Moir
4 Sinead Burke Claregalway
5 Charlotte Cooney Claregalway
6 Nicola Ward Kilkerrin/Clonberne
7 Leanne Walsh St. Brendan’s
8 Lisa Gannon Kilkerrin/Clonberne
9 Olivia Divilly Kilkerrin/Clonberne
10 Aine McDonagh Moycullen
11 Tracey Leonard Corofin
12 Ailbhe Davoren Moycullen
13 Mairead Seoighe Clonbur
14 Sarah Conneally Dunmore MacHales
15 Leanne Coen Corofin

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