Four changes for Meath hurlers
Meath manager Nick Weir has responded top last Sunday's poor showing in the NHL Div 2a defeat at home to Offaly by making four changes to the team for Saturday's clash with Wicklow at Aughrim 3pm.
Mickey Burke, James Kelly and Jack Regan were all introduced as substitutes in the 16-point drubbing by Offaly and have been rewarded for their decent displays with starting roles against Wicklow, while Drumree's David Reilly comes into midfield.
Ben McGowan, Darragh Kelly, Damien Healy, Adam Gannon are the players who drop to the bench with James Toher moving to centre-back, Burke returning to corner-back, Regan to start at centre-forward and Reilly operating from midfield with Paddy Conneely taking Gannon's place at corner-forward.
Meath - Charlie Ennis; Mickey Burke, Shane Whitty, Sean Geraght; James Kelly, James Toher, Keith Keoghan; Pauric O’Hanrahan, David Reilly; Daithi McGowan, Jack Regan, Alan Douglas; Gavin McGowan, Mark O’Sullivan, Paddy Conneely. Subs - Mark McCormack, Stephen Morris, Shane Brennan, Eamon O Donnchadha, Damien Healy, Darragh Kelly, Ben McGowan, Simon Ennis, Ian Birmingham, Adam Gannon, Jack McGowan.