Mayo GAA senior hurling manager Derek Walsh has made two changes to his side ahead of their crucial Round 4 Christy Ring Cup clash with Sligo.
The game takes place this Saturday at 2pm at James Stephen's Park in Ballina.
Tooreen's Gary Nolan is named at corner-back in place of Brian Hunt with Kenny Feeney named at full-forward in place of Eoin Delaney.
Bobby Douglas continues to impress in goals with Paul Kirwan, Mark Phillips, and David Kenny now all regular starters.
After a hugely impressive win away to London last time out Walsh has remained loyal to his back six with the only change seeing Ger McManus and Stephen Coyne switching positions.
Coyne now starts at centre-back with McManus on the edge of the square. Ballyhaunis and Mayo stalwart Keith Higgins and Daniel Huane are named at midfield.
Upfront Kenny Feeney will lead the attack from full-forward with Joe McManus and captain Shane Boland in the corners.
The half-forward line is the same as against London with Sean Kenny, the formidable Joe Mooney and Adrian Phillips named to start for consecutive weeks.
Cavan referee James Clarke is down to officiate the game.
Mayo Senior Hurling Team as Follows:
Bobby Douglas Tooreen
Brian Hunt Ballyhaunis
Ger McManus St. Judes Dublin
Paul Kirwan Ballyhaunis
Mark Phillips Ballyhaunis
Stephen Coyne Tooreen
David Kenny Tooreen
Keith Higgins Ballyhaunis
Daniel Huane Tooreen
Sean Kenny Tooreen
Joe Mooney Loughrea Galway
Adrian Phillips Ballyhaunis
Joe McManus St. Judes Dublin
Kenny Feeney Tooreen
Shane Boland (C) Tooreen
Barry Lane Castlebar Mitchels Hurling
Danny Hill Ballyhaunis
Kealan Gallagher Westport
Patrick Lyons Tooreen
Conal Hession Tooreen
Darren Murray Ballina Stephenites
Eoghan Rowe Claremorris
Shane Crennigan Tooreen
James Gallagher Westport
Conor Murray Castlebar Mitchels Hurling
Aaron Ketterick Westport
Manager: Derek Walsh
Selectors: Liam Hodgins, Damian Fox, John Cunnane, Trevor Kelly, David McConn, Tom Phillips & Gary Conway
Physio Shane Morley