The Meath team has been announced for their Leinster senior football championship semi final clash with Dublin.
Manager Andy McEntee has kept faith with the same starting XV that defeated Wicklow in the quarter final. The only change sees James McEntee and Jason Scully swap positions.
There is one addition to the substitutes bench. Captain Shane McEntee, who has returned from a peacekeeping tour of duty in Mali with the Irish Defence Forces, takes the place of his brother David.
Throw in at Croke Park on Sunday May 15th is at 4.30pm
Meath ( Leinster SFC semi final v Dublin ): Harry Hogan Longwood, Robin Clarke Duleek Bellewstown, Conor McGill Ratoath, Eoin Harkin Dunsany, James McEntee Curraha, Donal Keogan Rathkenny, Cathal Hickey Seneschalstown, Bryan Menton Donaghmore Ashbourne, Ronan Jones Dunboyne, Jason Scully Oldcastle, Cillian O’Sullivan Moynalvey, Jack O’Connor Curraha, Jordan Morris Kingscourt Stars, Thomas O’Reilly Wolfe Tones, Joey Wallace Ratoath.
Subs: Andy Colgan Donaghamore Ashbourne, Gavin McGowan Ratoath, Jordan Muldoon Gaeil Colmcille, James O’Hare Rathkenny, Ronan Ryan Summerhill, Jack Flynn Ratoath, Daithi McGowan Ratoath, Bryan McMahon Ratoath, Mathew Costello Dunshaughlin, Shane Walsh Na Fianna, Shane McEntee Dunboyne.Tweet