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Cavan match brought forward to Saturday

Monday, 31st March, 2014 6:40pm

Cavan match brought forward to Saturday

Martin Dunne, who had an outstanding game against Roscommon.

Cavan's final league match against Limerick has been moved from Sunday back to Saturday (throw-in 4pm), it has been announced.

Cavan manager Terry Hyland will be hoping to maintain his side's 100 per cent NFL record against the Shannonsiders, who are themselves mired in a relegation battle.

Cavan's record for the season currently reads played 11, won 10, lost one, the solitary defeat coming against Tyrone in the McKenna Cup final in Armagh.

Hyland's charges saw off Roscommon in a dead rubber last Saturday night in Breffni Park.

After a game devoid of the edge normally associated with penultimate round matches, it remains to be seen whether Cavan gain a psychological edge ahead of the teams' league final clash later this month at Croke Park (April 26).

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