Meath teams for Sunday

Friday, 7th February, 2014 6:50am

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Meath teams for Sunday
Meath teams for Sunday

Andrew Tormey is named at midfield again for meath this weekend after making his debut against Galway in the opening round of the NFL Div 2 last Sunday in Navan where the Royal County won a high-scoring game.

Meath will travel to Clones this Sunday to tackle Monaghan in the second round.

Meath team (football): 

Patrick O Rourke Skryne 

Donal Keogan Rathkenny  

Kevin Reilly Navan O’Mahonys   

Michael Burke Longwood 

Padraic Harnan Moynalvey   

Bryan Menton Donaghmore/Ashbourne    

David Dalton Summerhill   

Andrew Tormey Donaghmore/Ashbourne

Shane O’Rourke Simonstown Gaels   

Cillian O’Sullivan Moynalvey   

Damien Carroll Ballinabrackey   

Graham Reilly St. Colmcille’s   

Eamon Wallace Ratoath    

Stephen Bray Navan O Mahonys   

Michael Newman Kilmainham


Meath hurlers will play Kildare in the final of the Kehoe Cup at Newbridge on Sunday.

There are two changes from the team that defeated Derry last weekend. Shane Whitty is in for Stephen Morris and Patrick Conneely for Tom McGrath

Meath team (hurling)

Charlie Bird Boardsmill 

Cormac Reilly Navan O Mahonys
Neil Mc Loughlin Boardsmill 
David Donoghue Kiltale
Sean Heavey (C) Kildalkey 
Peter Farrell Kilmessan  
Shane Whitty Blackhall Gaels           
Darren Reilly Kilmessan  
James Toher Trim
Patrick Conneely Kildalkey  
Gary Kelly Kildalkey 
Willie McGrath Moylag              
Derek Doran Kildalkey
Peter Durnin Kiltale 
Adam Gannon Killyon
Meath will Dublin in the Leinster MFL on Saturday - that game will be played in Ashbourne.
Meath ladies will play Cavan in the NFL Div 2 - a venue for that game has to found - it was fixed for Trim, but was moved due to an inter-pro game at the venue.
Conall Collier

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