Meath U20 football boss Ger Robinson has unveiled his side to face Wexford in the Leinster championship quarter-final at St Patrick's Park, Enniscorthy on Saturday.
St Peter's Dunboyne clubman Liam Byrne captains a strong Royal side that includes four members of the Ratoath club which claimed SFC and U21 success last season. Corner back Ben Wyer, midfielders Jack Flynn and Daithi McGowan and centre forward Cian Rogers.
Senior panellist Shane Walsh spearheads the attack from full forward while Dunshaughlin's Matthew Costello featured under Andy McEntee in the Allianz League recently.
Meath (Leinster U20FC v Wexford): Sean Brennan; Michael Gavin, Sean Ryan, Ben Wyer; Cathal Hickey, Liam Byrne, Michael Murphy; Jack Flynn, Daithi McGowan; Matthew Costello, Cian Rogers, Jack O'Connor; Jordan Morris, Shane Walsh, Aaron Lynch.
Extended panel: Harry Hogan, James O'Hare, Conor Farrelly, Luke Mitchell, Matt Moyles, Barry O'Connell, Dylan Keating, Sean Bannon, Paddy Matthews, Simon Rooney, Harry O'Higgins, Jack McMahon, Paddy McDermott, Conal Courtney, Alan Mulvany, Sean Coffey, Adam Muldoon, Joseph Moore, Keith Curtis, Darragh Swaine, Dylan Garrigan, Shane Smith, Adam Reilly, Richie Coffey, Eoin Griffin, Conor Harford.
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