Changes on Meath team for Baltinglass game

Saturday, 11th January, 2014 12:27pm

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Changes on Meath team for Baltinglass game
Changes on Meath team for Baltinglass game

The Meath team for the O'Byrne Cup third round against Wicklow at Baltinglass tomorrow, 2.0opm, shows a number of changes from the side that started against IT Carlow last Wednesday night as the Royals bid for a place in the semi-final next Sunday.

Mickey Burke, a substitute last Wednesday night, starts along with David Dalton, Eoghan Harrington and Donncha Tobin in a completely changed half-forward line.

Conor Gillespie resumes at midfield instead of Shane O'Rourke with Graham Reilly and Damien Carroll in the half-forward line. 

The team is:

Conor Mc Hugh {Oldcastle);

 Caolan Young {Summerhill} 

Sean Curran {Donaghmore Ashbourne} 

Michael Burke { Longwood}

David Dalton { Summerhill}

Eoghan Harrington{Wolfe Tomes}

Donncha Tobin { Blackhall Gaels} 

Conor Sheridan {Simonstown Gaels} 

Conor Gillespie { Summerhill} 

Padraig Mc Keever{ Simonstown Gaels)

Damien Carroll { Ballinabrackey) 

Graham Reilly { St. Colmcille's); 

David Bray {Navan O'Mahony's} 

Stephen Bray {Navan O Mahony's} 

Donal Lenihan {St.Peter's Dunboyne}

Victory for Meath could set up a semi-final against Dublin.

Conall Collier


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