*Ikem Ugwueru. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill

CLARE’s senior football management have named an unchanged starting fifteen for the third game in a row.

Mark Fitzgerald’s side make the long trip to Healy Park in Omagh on Sunday where they face Tyrone in the second round of the All-Ireland SFC series.

Following a two point loss to Cork a fortnight ago, Clare need a win to stay in contention of progressing out of their group which also includes Ulster champions Donegal.

There are no changes to the starting fifteen which remains the same from the team which lined out in the Munster final defeat to Kerry and the Cork outing.

Stephen Ryan remains between the posts where captain Cillian Brennan anchors the full-back line which is completed by the Éire Óg duo of Manus Doherty and Ronan Lanigan. Cillian Rouine continues at centre back with Ikem Ugwueru and Alan Sweeney either side of him.

Midfield is comprised of Brian McNamara and Darragh Bohannon. Dermot Coughlan leads the attack at centre forward with his clubmate Daniel Walsh and Gavin Murray of Éire Óg on the wings.

Emmet McMahon, Aaron Griffin and Ciaran Downes, all former members of the UL Sigerson Cup side complete the team as the full-forward line.

Among the substitutes, there are two alterations, Shane Griffin and James Curran make the matchday panel at the expense of the injured Cormac Murray and Tom McDonald.

Clare vs Tyrone throws-in at 1:30pm on Sunday.

Clare:
1: Stephen Ryan (Kilrush Shamrocks)

2: Manus Doherty (Éire Óg)
3: Cillian Brennan (Clondegad)
4: Ronan Lanigan (Éire Óg)

5: Alan Sweeney (St Breckan’s)
6: Cillian Rouine (Ennistymon)
7: Ikem Ugwueru (Éire Óg)

8: Darragh Bohannon (Shannon Gaels)
9: Brian McNamara (Cooraclare)

10: Daniel Walsh (Kilmurry Ibrickane)
11: Dermot Coughlan (Kilmurry Ibrickane)
12: Gavin Murray (Éire Óg)

13: Emmet McMahon (Kildysart)
14: Aaron Griffin (Lissycasey)
15: Ciaran Downes (Kilmihil)

Subs:
16: Tristan O’Callaghan (St. Breckan’s)
17: Micheál Garry (Cooraclare)
18: Darren Nagle (Liscannor)
19: Jamie Stack (St Breckan’s)
20: Diarmuid O’Donnell (Kildysart)
21: Mark McInerney (Éire Óg)
22: Joe McGann (St Breckan’s)
23: Éinne O’Connor (Éire Óg)
24: Cian Burke (St Breckan’s)
25: Shane Griffin (Lissycasey)
26: James Curran (St Joseph’s Doora/Barefield)

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