Here is all the information you will need to know for the Leinster u20 Football semifinal between Westmeath and Offaly
Throw in for this Gaelic football game will be at 19:30 on Thursday, 15th July in Cusack Park in Mullingar.
The Lake County made it to the semifinal after beating Longford last week in a thrilling penalty shoot-out.
Westmeath’s man to look out for is center-forward, Brandon Kelly, who scored an important 1-05 in their win last week.
Eirgrid Leinster U20 Championship
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Westmeath win on penalties!
— Westmeath GAA (@westmeath_gaa) July 8, 2021
Similar to their opponent’s this week, Offaly beat Wexford by a single point in a nerving game last week
Their goal scorer Jack Bryant will be looking to get a few more scores in this match to take his team to the final.
Goal scorer Jack Bryant and team manager Declan Kelly pictured after a hard-earned win for Offaly tonight in the Leinster Under 20 Football Championship in Wexford.
Final score: Offaly 1-10, Wexford 1-9 pic.twitter.com/Xk6WIemIPy
— Official Offaly GAA (@Offaly_GAA) July 8, 2021
Predicted Starting 15
Martin (GK); J. Gahan, C. Drumm, C. Daly; E. Gaffney, D. Seery, M. Byrne; J. Murtagh, C. Daly; S. Fleming, B. Kelly, K. O’Sullivan; J. Torpey, B. McGauran, D. Hill
O’Toole (GK); F. Dempsey, K. Dolan, L. Pearson; R. Egan, J. Furlong, A. Brazil; E. Cullen, M. Tynan; C. Egan, C. Flynn, C. Donoghue; C. Delaney, J. Bryant, A. Kellaghan.
— UnitedRed (@ChrisCu91793156) July 8, 2021
Both teams showed their nerve to win tight matches last week and expect this match to be the same. This game will go down to the last minute.
Westmeath looks like they have the stronger squad so expect them to score the winning point late on.