Lilies U20 side to take on Meath on Bank Holiday Monday named

Three personnel changes, numerous positional

Tommy Callaghan

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Lilies U20 side to take on Meath on Bank Holiday Monday named

Kildare Jack Bambrick tries to drive clear from the grasp of Laois Robert Tyrell during the Eirgrid Leinster U20 football championship played at St Conleths Park, Newbridge

Following Kildare’s win over Laois in the opening round of the Eirgrid Leinster U20 Football Championship, manager Davy Burke said he was still searching to find his strongest team and he would me making more changes for their next game against Meath, in Pairc Tailteann Park, tomorrow, Bank Holiday Monday.

So when announcing his starting XV for that game he has made three changes in personnel; plus a host of positional switches from the side that came from eight points down in the second half to win by two against Laois on Monday last.

Monday’s line-up reads as follows: 

1: Aaron O’Neill, Carbury; 

2: James Bambrick, Ardclough; 3, John O’Toole Monasterevan; 4 Mark Dempsey Moorefield;

5 Mark Barrett Ballymore Eustace, 6 John Gibbons Kilcock, Ruadhan Ó Giolláin, Maynooth;

8 Aaron Masterson cpt Moorefield, 9 David Marnell, Sarsfields;

10 Padraig Nash Monasterevan; 11 Sam Doran JTB; 12, Tony Archbold Celbridge;

13 Jimmy Hyland Ballyteague; Paddy Woodgate Raheens, Darragh Ryan, Sarsfields.