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Bryan Keane/INPHO Kilkenny are the reigning Leinster U20 hurling champions.
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Here are the draws for the Leinster U20HC, MFC and MHC
The competitions kick-off in mid-October.

THE LEINSTER COUNCIL made the draws for the Leinster U20 hurling, minor football and hurling championships last night.

Wexford and Kilkenny have been kept apart in the U20HC semi-final as both sides were handed byes to the last four. Offaly face Westmeath in the first round, while Dublin play the winners of Down v Antrim.

Laois face Carlow with Galway awaiting for the winners in the quarter-final. The first round games take place on Wednesday, 21 October and the final is set to take place on 15 November.

Leinster U20 hurling

Round 1
Antrim/Down v Dublin
Laois v Carlow
Offaly v Westmeath

Quarter-finals
Antrim/Down/Dublin v Offaly/Westmeath
Galway v Laois/Carlow

Semi-finals
Wexford v Antrim/Down/Dublin/Offaly/Westmeath
Kilkenny v Galway/Laois/Carlow

Meanwhile, the Leinster minor football and hurling championships kick-off on the weekend of 17-18 October.

Football holders Kildare face Wexford or Louth in the quarter-finals, while reigning hurling champions Wexford take on Kilkenny in the last four.

Leinster MFC

Round 1
Dublin v Meath
Wexford v Louth
Longford v Wicklow

Quarter-finals
Kildare v Wexford/Louth
Offaly v Longford/Wicklow
Dublin/Meath v Westmeath
Laois v Carlow 

Semi-finals
Kildare/Wexford/Louth v Offaly/Longford/Wicklow
Dublin/Meath/Westmeath v Laois/Carlow

Leinster MHC 

Round 1
Offaly v Laois
Westmeath v Carlow
Antrim v Kildare 

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Quarter-finals
Offaly/Laois v Antrim/Kildare
Dublin v Westmeath/Carlow

Semi-finals
Offaly/Laois/Antrim/Kildare v Dublin/Westmeath/Carlow
Kilkenny v Wexford

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