Mayo GAA U17 hurling manager Brian Finn has made four changes to his side ahead of their crucial Electric Ireland Celtic Challenge All-Ireland Quarter-Final against Longford.
The game takes place at the Adrian Freeman Park Tooreen, throw-in is 7pm tomorrow evening.
Into the side comes Sean Keadin from Claremorris hurling club, Anthony Rowland from Castlebar hurling club, Sean Lynskey from Tooreen hurling club and Cathal Guilfoyle from Westport GAA.
Keadin and Rowland now join Ryan Finn in a new look half-back line with Lynskey and Guilfoyle both introduced upfront.
The players losing out, Rian Harran, Sean Duffy, Damien Earley and Evan Furlong are all named on the bench.
Midfielders Sean McGhee from Ballyvary and Matthew Connor from Caiseal Gaels have been outstanding all season for Mayo with Colm Enright, Aidan Cunningham and Colin Duffy deadly accurate in front of goals.
The Celtic Challenge was established in 2016 and is the only competition in hurling that has teams from all 32 counties participating.
Galway referee John Cahill will be in charge of the whistle.
The Mayo U17 Hurling Team line out as Follows:
Stephen Reilly Tooreen
Connor Ketterick Westport
Rory Deane Castlebar Mitchels Hurling
Tom Lambert Westort
Sean Keadin Claremorris
Ryan Finn Tooreen
Anthony Rowland Castlebar Mitchels Hurling
Sean McGhee Ballyvary
Matthew Connor Caiseal Gaels
Sean Lynskey Tooreen
Colm Enright Castlebar Mitchels Hurling
Conor Donaldson Castlebar Mitchels Hurling
Cathal Guildfoyle Westport
Aidan Cunningham Castlebar Mitchels Hurling
Colin Duffy Caiseal Gaels
Eoin Healy Ballina Stephenites
Lee Hennigan Castlebar Mitchels Hurling
Evin Furlong Westport
Sean Duffy Ballina Stephenites
Thomas O'Reilly Westport
Oisin Mulroy Castlebar Mitchels Hurling
Dylan Groarke Tooreen
Rian Haran Caiseal Gaels
Eoin Conway Tooreen
Damien Early Ballina Stephenites
Charlie Kelly Westport
Michael Foody Claremorris
Jake Glavey Tooreen
Manager: Brian Finn
Selectors: Austin Kenny & David Hurley
Physio Tommie Burke