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Dublin, Kildare and Laois unveil starting sides for Leinster minor football openers

The provincial clashes take place tomorrow.

DUBLIN, KILDARE AND Laois have named their starting teams for tomorrow’s Electric Ireland Leinster minor football first round games.

Dublin entertain Meath in Parnell Park at 3pm, Laois host Louth in Portlaoise at 3pm while Kildare travel to face Carlow at 1pm.

Kildare are the reigning champions at this grade with midfielder David Kelly the only survivor from last year’s provincial title winning team.

Laois, who lost last July’s final in Croke Park, can call upon Ciaran Comerford, Alan Kinsella, Diarmuid Whelan and Robert Tyrrell, who all featured during that game.

Dublin bowed out at the quarter-final stage last year when they lost 1-18 to 2-5 against Meath.

Dublin

1. David O’Hanlon (Na Fianna)

2. Liam Flatman (Kilmacud Crokes)
3. Peadar O’Cofaigh Byrne (Cuala)
4. Aaron Lynch (St Sylvester’s)

5. Kieran Kennedy (Ballyboden St-Enda’s)
6. Neil Matthews (Erins Isle)
7. Eoin O’Dea (Na Fianna)

8. Ben Coffey (Lucan Sarsfields)
9. Diarmaid O’Floinn (Cuala)

10. Niall O’Leary (Kilmacud Crokes)
11. James Doran (Na Fianna)
12. Daniel Brennan (St Sylvester’s)

13. Ross McGarry (Ballyboden St-Enda’s)
14. Sean Hawkshaw (Naomh Mearnóg)
15. Ciaran Archer (St Maur’s)

Kildare

1. Aaron O’Neill (Carbury)

2. Daniel Reilly (Clane)
3. Mark Barrett (Ballymore Eustace)
4. Conor Murphy (Sarsfields)

5. Jack Travers (Leixlip)
6. Ben Carroll (Maynooth)
7. Daragh Ryan (Sarsfields)

8. David Kelly (Carbury)
9. Cian McQuillain (Sarsfields)

10. Findlay Nairn (Kilcock)
11. Niall O’Sullivan (Maynooth)
12. Brian McDonnell (Sarsfields)

13. Darragh Kirwan (Naas)
14. Shane O’Sullivan (Clane)
15. Jack Barrett (Leixlip)

Laois

1. Thomas McCann (Ballyroan Abbey)

2. Michael Dowling (Portlaoise)
3. Sean O’Flynn (Courtwood)
4. Daniel Comerford (The Harps)

5. Colin Slevin (Portarlington)
6. Seamus Lacey (Ballylinan)
7. Gary Saunders (Portlaoise)

8. Robert Tyrell (Camross)
9. Diarmuid Whelan (Ballyroan Abbey)

10. Alan Kinsella (Courtwood)
11. Niall Dunne (Courtwood)
12. Ronan Coffey (Portarlington)

13. Mark Barry (O’Dempsey’s)
14. Ciaran Comerford (The Harps)
15. Jack Owens (Emo)


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