Bird back in the fold for Meath hurlers

Friday, 7th March, 2014 1:54pm

Story by Fergal Lynch
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Bird back in the fold for Meath hurlers
Bird back in the fold for Meath hurlers

Boardsmill's Charlie Bird has recovered from injury and will take his place in goals for Meath's NHL Div 2B clash with Fingal in Trim on Sunday.

Bird had featured in the Kehoe Cup games for Meath, but picked up an injury in the Leinster MFL against Dublin and sat out the opening two rounds of NHL div 2B against Wicklow and Mayo.

Longwood's Damien Healy also returns to the starting 15 after a spell out injured, while James Toher will line out at centre-back with Mickey Burke opting to travel to Donegal with the Meath senior football panel.

Kildalkey's Paddy Conneely and Gary Kelly will line out at midfield and centre-forward respectively with Kiltale pair Shane McGann and Peter Durnin and Dunderry's Conor O'Shea and Blackhall Gaels' Shane Whitty all missing out.

Meath (v Fingal) - Charlie Bird; David Donoghue, Shane Brennan, Cormac Reilly; Sean Heavey, James Toher, Peter Farrell; Paddy Conneely, Stephen Morris; Damien Healy, Gary Kelly, Ciaran Fitzsimons; Willie McGrath, Derek Doran, Adam Gannon.



Fergal Lynch

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