Dublin unchanged for meeting with Kilkenny
Wexford make two changes for qualifier clash with Antrim
Wexford’s Andrew Shore misses the qualifier against Amtrim after being sent off in the replay against Dublin. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho
Dublin and Wexford have named their sides for the weekend’s hurling action.
With the GAA’s Central Competitions Control Committee having decided that no players from either side have sustainable cases to answer after last weekend’s controversial Leinster quarter-final replay – apart from Wexford’s Andrew Shore, who is suspended as a result of the red card he was shown – both Anthony Daly and Liam Dunne had virtually full picks available
Dublin show no changes in the announced team to take on Kilkenny in Sunday’s Leinster semi-final whereas Dunne makes two alterations to the side beaten last Saturday.
Michael O’Regan comes in at centre back in place of Shore and Podge Doran replaces Eoin Quigley up front.
Westmeath manager Brian Hanley has made three changes to the side that lost to Antrim in last month’s Leinster championship for tomorrow’s trip to London for the All-Ireland qualifiers. Two debutants, Liam Varley and Aaron Craig, come in for Tommy Doyle and the injured Aonghus Clarke while Paul Fennell replaces Gary Greville in defence.
DUBLIN (SHC v Kilkenny): G Maguire; N Corcoran, P Kelly, P Schutte; S Hiney, L Rushe, M Carton; J McCaffrey, J Boland; C Keaney, R O’Dwyer, D Sutcliffe; P Ryan, D Treacy, C McCormack.
WEXFORD (SHQ v Antrim): M Fanning; E Moore, T Waters, B Kenny; R Kehoe, M O’Regan, C Kenny; D Redmond, L Chin; J Guiney, G Sinnott, H Kehoe; P Morris, P Doran, R Jacob. Subs: N Breen, J Tonks, E Doyle, E Martin, G Moore, E Quigley, C O’Shaughnessy, PJ Nolan, S Murphy, W Devereux, A Kenny.
WESTMEATH (SHQ v London): P Collins; L Varley, T Gallagher, P Fennell; D Fennell, A McGrath, Adam Price; E Price, J Clarke; B Murtagh, A Craig, D McNicholas; N O’Brien, R Greville, J Shaw.