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More of the same for Meath hurlers

Friday, 9th May, 2014 10:16am

Story by Fergal Lynch
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More of the same for Meath hurlers

The Meath team for tomorrow's Christy Ring cup clash with Mayo in Castlebar shows several positional changes from the side that shocked Down in the opening round last Saturday in Trim.

Captain Steven Clynch has been named at centre-back with Trim's James Toher moving to centre-forward in place of Johnny Meyler who shifts onto the wing.

Former county footballer Caoimhin King, who started at full-forward against Down, will flank Toher on the other wing with Damien Healy moving to the edge of the square. Sean Heavey moves from corner-forward to midfield where he will partner Darren Reilly, with Stephen Morris going in the opposite direction

 


Meath (v Mayo) - Charlie Bird; Cormac Reilly, Neil McLaughlin, David Donoghue; Peter Farrell, Steven Clynch, Shane Whitty; Sean Heavey, Darren Reilly; Caoimhin King, James Toher, Johnny Meyler; Willie McGrath, Damien Healy, Stephen Morris. Subs - Conor Murray, Shane Brennan, David Foley, Conor O'Shea, Sean Geraghty, Seanie Doyle, Derek Doran, Jack Regan, Anthony Healy, David Morgan, Brendan Wright.

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