Ger Cunningham, Sports Sponsorship Manager Bord Gais Energy, is joined by rival captains Mark Fanning (Loch Garman) and Liam Rushe (Áth Cliath) in Dublin City today prior to the Leinster meeting on Wednesday night. (Photo courtesy of Sportsfile).
Tony Dempsey has made a couple of changes to his Bord Gais Energy Under 21 team to play Dublin on Wedneday night in the Leinster Final.
Pádraig Donnelly from Glynn-Barntown comes in at corner-back with Eoin Moore moving to the middle of the field as Rory Sludds drops to the bench. John Leacy returns from injury to take his place at centre-back at the expense of James Gahan who started the last time out.
The management team has given a vote of confidence to the forward line following their good display v Laois. Much will be expected of county senior hurler Harry Kehoe, Pádraig Doran and Liam Óg McGovern as Wexford aim to win the Leinster U21 title for the first time since 2002.
Wexford (U21H v Dublin): 1. Mark Fanning Capt., 2. Willie Devereux, 3. Matthew O’Hanlon, 4. Pádraig Donnelly, 5. Michael O’Regan, 6. John Leacy, 7. Shaun Murphy, 8. Emmet Kent, 9. Eoin Moore, 10. Shane Tomkins, 11. Harry Kehoe, 12. Liam Óg McGovern, 13. Paul Morris, 14. James Breen, 15. Pádraig Doran.
Bord Gáis Energy GAA Hurling U-21 Leinster Championship
Wednesday, 8th June:
Wexford 1-17 Kilkenny 2-12
Carlow 0-11 Dublin 4-11
Wednesday, 22nd June:
Wexford 7-18 Laois 2-10
Dublin 0-21 Offaly 0-8
Wednesday, 13th July: Final (live on TG4 with player cam action)
Wexford v Dublin
Bord Gáis Energy GAA Hurling U-21 Munster Championship
Wednesday, 1st June:
Tipperary 4-12 Waterford 1-16
Friday, 15th July:
Tipperary v Cork (live on TG4)
Thursday, 21st July:
Clare v Limerick
Wednesday, 3rd August: Final (live on TG4 with player cam action)
Bord Gáis Energy GAA Hurling U-21 Ulster Championship
Wednesday, 13th July:
Armagh v U-21 Hurling Shield Winners
Wednesday, 20th July:
Antrim v Derry
Down v Armagh or U-21 Hurling Shield Winners
Wednesday, 27th July: Final
Bord Gáis Energy GAA Hurling U-21 All-Ireland Championship
Saturday, 20th August: All-Ireland Semi Finals (live on TG4 with player cam action and full player cam streaming on TG4.tv)
Saturday, 10th September: All-Ireland Final Finals (live on TG4 with player cam action and full player cam streaming on TG4.tv)