Keenan called up for bid to raid the ‘Orchard’

O’Neill back on bench Seamus Duke  The Roscommon senior football team to play against Armagh in the National Football League Division 2A game in Crossmaglen on Sunday next (throw-in at 2.30pm) shows one change from the team that started against Cork in Kiltoom two weeks ago.   David Keenan of St. Barrys replaces Adrian Murtagh of St. Faithleachs who drops to the bench. Team captain Seanie McDermott moves back into the full-back line with Keenan coming into the half-back line. Frankie Dolan will again lead the attack at centre half-forward. Seamie O’Neill returns from a broken finger injury to take his place on the bench.   Both David O’Gara and Cathal Cregg are carrying injuries into the game although the hope is that both players will be fit to start. * In the hurling league Roscommon face a crucial game away to Mayo on Saturday in Division 2A (Castlebar at 2.30 pm). Roscommon have lost their three games in the league so far so they have to win on Saturday to have any chance of avoiding relegation back to Division 3.   There are injury worries over Mervyn Connaughton and Liam Murray while Shane Sweeney and Mark McLoughlin will be unavailable.