Dublin beat a very resilient Meath team in the Leinster U20 Football semi-final, they will play Offaly in the final.
This Gaelic football game will throw in at 19:30 on Thursday, 15th July in Pairc Tailteann in Meath.
Meath had a tough start to the year with their manager leaving due to a row over senior players in June. This will be their first competitive game of the year as the luck of the draw got them to the semifinals.
Corner forward David Bell has been knocking on the door for the senior team and this could be his chance to be seen.
Dublin overpowered Wicklow in the quarter-finals by only four points to make it this far. The reigning Leinster champions were given a fright, but their class shone through.
As free-taker Fionn Murray has a big part to play in this game, he managed six points with four from play in their last match.
— Dublin GAA (@DubGAAOfficial) July 8, 2021
Trim Gaa Club are delighted to announce that our player Conor Quigley has made the Meath Gaa U20 Football Squad for the forthcoming Championship. We wish Conor the very best of luck . pic.twitter.com/ftNxnQzmHf
— TrimGaaClub (@TrimGaaClub) May 25, 2021
With problems following them, it is hard to see Meath being fully ready for this match. Dublin has the games under their belt and that will make the difference in this game on Thursday.
Expect Dublin to leave as winners with at least a four-point lead.
— Independent.ie (@Independent_ie) December 19, 2020