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Meath minor football team for Leinster MFC announced

Friday, 18th April, 2014 7:46am

Story by Conall Collier
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Meath minor football team for Leinster MFC announced
Meath minor football team for Leinster MFC announced

Meath minor footballers will tackle Wicklow tomorrow in the first round of the Leinster MFC at Pairc Tailteann in Navan with the throw-in at 3pm. Manager Eoin Carroll has selected a strong team and includes Boardsmill player Charlie Bird at midfield.

 

The Boardsmill player sustained an injury earlier in the the year in the Leinster MFL against Dublin at Ashbourne, a game that Meath won impressively, but he has fully recovered and last week he helped the hurlers to a Leinster MHC victory against Wicklow.

 

Also included is Ross Ryan who featured last week against the Wicklow hurlers and will be in the hurling panel for next week's Leinster MHC game against Wexford in Navan.

 

The Meath selectors are Eoin Carroll (manager), Tommy Dowd, Tony Wall, Ciaran Shankey, Kenny Morgan.

 

Meath Co Board are urging supporters to make their best efforts to get to tomorrow's game to support this team.

 

 

 

The Meath minor team is

 

Johnny Lynch Moynalty

 

Jack O Connor Donaghmore Ashbourne

Iarla Hughes Summerhill

Dan Ormsby Dunshaughlin

 

Jordan Mc Loughlin  Dunboyne

Brian Harnan Moynalvey

Ronan McDonagh Clann na nGael

 

Charlie Bird Boardsmill

Ronan Jones St. Peter’s Dunboyne

 

Dylan Brady Donaghmore Ashbourne

Daire Rowe Syddan

Shane Cumiskey Dunboyne

 

Ross Ryan Summerhill

James Cullen Trim

David Mc Loughlin Moynalvey        ?

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