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Published: 09:38 | 24/6/16

Same again for Meath

Meath manager Mick O'Dowd has kept faith with the same starting line-up for Sunday's Leinster SFC semi-final clash against Dublin at Croke Park.

The Royals booked their place in the last four with a win over Louth a fortnight ago and O'Dowd has decided to stick with the same team for Sunday's clash with their provincial rivals.

Darragh Smyth, Alan Douglas, Cian O'Brien and Cillian O'Sullivan all made their debuts in the defeat of Louth and the quartet have been retained along with Donnacha Tobin, who was substituted in the same game.

Meath (SF v Dublin): P O'Rourke; D Tobin, D Keogan, M Burke; D Smyth, P Harnan, A Douglas; H Rooney, C O'Brien; G Reilly, C O'Sullivan, E Wallace; D McDonagh, A Tormey, M Newman.

Donal O'Hare has been named in the Down team for the 1B clash against Longford.

O'Hare missed the Ulster SFC quarter-final defeat to Monaghan through injury, but he has recovered and will start at full-forward for the Paric Esler clash.

Marc Reid starts in goal, while Ryan Mallon is named at right half-forward.

Down (SF v Longford): M Reid; C McGovern, G McGovern, D O'Hagan; D McKibbin, A Carr, D O'Hanlon; P Turley, K McKernan; R Mallon, M Poland, J Murphy; C Maginn, D O'Hare, B O'Hagan.

There are five changes to the Antrim team for the All-Ireland SFC qualifier against Limerick.

Patrick Gallagher, Justin Crozier, Sean McVeigh, Ryan Murray and Niall McKeever all return to the starting fifteen as Martin Johnson, John Carron and Conor Murray drop to the bench. Brian Neeson and Niall Delarfy miss out on the match-day squad.

Antrim (SF v Limerick): C Kerr; K O'Boyle, R Johnson, P Gallagher; J Laverty, J Crozier, M Sweeney; S McVeigh, M McCann; P McBride, M Fitzpatrick, K Niblock; R Murray, N McKeever, T McCann.

Kildare (SF v Westmeath): MDonnellan; P Kelly, D Hyland, O Lyons; J Byrne, E Doyle, C O'Donoghue; T Moolick, F Conway; A Tyrell, M O'Flaherty, E O'Flaherty; C McNally, N Kelly, N Flynn.

Wexford (SF v Fermanagh): A Masterson; J Rossiter, N Rossiter, J Wadding; B Malone, A Byrne, S Donohoe; C Kehoe, D Waters; K O'Grady, A Flynn, E Nolan; D Shanley, B Brosnan, J Tubritt.

Antrim (SH v Meath): E Gillan; S McCrory, T McCloskey, P Burke; O McFadden, N McAuley, F Donnelly; E Campbell, N McKenna; N Elliott, E McCloskey, S McAfee; C Johnston, B McCarry, C Clarke.

Meath (SH v Antrim): S McGann; S Geraghty, D Donogue, R Sherlock; S Brennan, D Healy, K Keoghan; S Heavey, S Morris; J Toher, J Keena, A Gannon; G McGowan, N Heffernan, S Clynch

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