Strong Meath team for Oldcastle game

Saturday, 28th December, 2013 12:09pm

Story by Conall Collier
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Meath manager Mick O'Dowd has selected a strong team for tomorrow's SFT game against cavan at Millbrook only a week ahead of the opening round of the 2014 campaign which starts against DIT in the O'Byrne Cup.


Kevin Reilly is named at full-back and Shane O'Rourke will again start at midfield after lasting only a half in the Fitzsimons Cup final against Offaly due to illness.

Tomorrow's game is at Millbrook outside Oldcastle with a 2pm start and a large crowd is expected. Officials from the Oldcastle club will be on hand to assist with parking at the venue, but supporters should allow ample time to gain access.


1 Conor McHugh Oldcastle 
2Caolan Young Summerhill
3 Kevin Reilly NavanO'Mahonys 
4 Cian McPartland Oldcastle 
5 Seamus Kenny Simonstown Gaels
6 Padraic Harnan Moynalvey 
7 Bryan Menton Donaghmore/Ashbourne 
8 Conor Sheridan Simonstown Gaels 
9 Shane ORourke Simonstown Gaels 
10 Damien Carroll Ballinabrackey 
11 Padraig McKeever Simonstown Gaels 
12 Cillian O'Sullivan Moynalvey 
13 David Bray Navan O'Mahonys 
14 Stephen Bray Navan O'Mahonys 
15 Donal Lenihan Dunboyne 
16 Patrick ORourke Skyrne 
17 Paddy Gilsenan Oldcastle 
18 Graham Reilly St Colmcille's 
19 Shane Gillespie NavanO'Mahonys 
20 Eoghan Harrington Wolfe Tones 
21Sean Curran Donaghmore/Ashbourne
22 Dalton McDonagh Na Fianna 
23 David Larkin Summerhill 
24 Michael Newman Kilmainham
25 Conor Gillespie Summerhill 
Conall Collier

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