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Published: 09:06 | 1/3/19

Walsh left out of Galway side

Galway's Shane Walsh will sit out Saturday's Allianz Football League Division A clash with Mayo.

Walsh sustained a head injury in the defeat to Kerry and will not be risked at MacHale Park on Saturday.

Sean Kelly will also miss the game as a result of the hamstring injury he sustained last weekend, while Eamonn Brannigan will make his first start since last August's All-Ireland semi-final defeat to Dublin.

Brannigan will start in the forward line as does Padraic Cunningham.

Galway (SF v Mayo): R Lavelle; E Kerin, S O Ceallaigh, D Wynne; G O Donnell, G Bradshaw, J Heaney; T Flynn, K Duggan; M Daly, J Duane, E Brannigan; B McHugh, P Cunningham, A O Laoi.

Mayo and Galway meet in Division 1 of the Allianz Football League on Saturday, 2 March live on eir sport 1 [throw-in 7.15pm]. Subscribe here

Image: Inpho Photography/Morgan Treacy

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