O'Sullivan to start in goals for minor hurlers

Friday, 25th April, 2014 10:41am

Story by Fergal Lynch
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O'Sullivan to start in goals for minor hurlers
O'Sullivan to start in goals for minor hurlers

Meath minor hurling manager Stephen Masterson has made two changes in personnel for Saturday's Leinster MHC clash with Wexford in Pairc Tailteann, 3.0.

Masterson introduces Kildalkey's Martin Healy in place of Conor Kearney who scored a goal in the 3-15 to 3-9 win over Wixcklow in round one. Jack Bird also comes into the team at corner-back where he will replace Noel O'Sullivan who will start in goals ahead of Sean Quigley.

Boardsmill's Charlie Bird, who also plays for the county minor football team, will captain the side against a Wexford outfit that lost out to Dublin in the first round and will now have a second bite at the cherry.

Meath (v Wexford) - Noel O'Sullivan; Jack Bird, Luke Swaine, Conor Dempsey; Darragh Brogan, Charlie Bird (capt), Jack Payne; Luke Moran, Luke Martyn; Josh Wall, Ronan Ryan, Martin Healy; Alex Walsh, Ross Ryan, Liam Carey. Subs - Sean Quigley, Conor Kearney, Mark Slevin, Jamie Hackett, Ross Healy, Joey Farrell, Evan Mullally, Patrick Leahy, Fergus Ryan.


Fergal Lynch


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