Seven title winners return to Dublin U21 side

Most notable absentee is Cormac Costello, one of the standout players from last year

Ryan Wylie of UCD with Conor McHugh of DCU in the Sigerson Cup semi-final. McHugh features in Dublin’s U21 squad. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Ryan Wylie of UCD with Conor McHugh of DCU in the Sigerson Cup semi-final. McHugh features in Dublin’s U21 squad. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

 
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. First up is this evening’s Leinster quarter-final against Laois in Portlaoise, and manager Dessie Farrell – also back from the 2014 success – has been able to call on considerable experience.

There is however one notable absentee in that Cormac Costello, one of the standout players from last year, is not listed to start having sustained a leg injury while playing for Dublin against Kerry in the Allianz League last Sunday: Costello is however among the replacements.

The seven returning starters are goalkeeper Lorcan Molloy, defenders David Byrne, Ross McGowan, Eric Lowndes and Conor Mulally, and forwards Niall Scully and Conor McHugh.Killian O’Gara, brother of Eoghan, is one of the newcomers. DUBLIN (U21 FC v Laois): L Molloy; E Mullan, D Byrne, R McGowan; E Lowndes, C Mulally, E Murchan; S Cunningham, S Carthy; R Gaughan, M Deegan, N Scully; K O’Gara, C McHugh, C Basquel.

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