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Dublin U21s name unchanged team ahead of All-Ireland semi-final

Shane Carthy and Cormac Costello were injury doubts but are passed fit to start.

Dublin's Shane Carthy has been passed fit to play after being an injury doubt.
Dublin's Shane Carthy has been passed fit to play after being an injury doubt.
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DUBLIN UNDER-21S have named an unchanged team to face Cavan in tomorrow’s All Ireland semi-final.

Shane Carthy and Cormac Costello were injury doubts but are passed fit to start after picking up knocks in Dublin’s Leinster final win over Meath.

Manager Dessie Farrell names Gavin Burke, recent All-Ireland club winner with St Vincent’s, and Emmet O’Conghaile on the bench, despite both impressing when brought on in provincial final.

DUBLIN (U21FC v Cavan):

Lorcan Molloy (St Anne’s); Ross McGowan (Kilmacud Crokes), David Byrne (Nh Olaf), Robbie McDaid (Ballyboden St Enda’s); Eric Lowndes (St Peregrine’s), Johnny Small (Ballymun Kickhams), Jack McCaffrey (Clontarf); Paddy O’Higgins (Raheny), Stephen Cunningham (St Sylvester’s); Niall Scully (Templeogue Synge St), Shane Carthy (Nh Mearnóg), Paul Mannion (Kilmacud Crokes); Conor McHugh (Na Fianna), Michael Deegan (Donaghmore Ashbourne), Cormac Costello (Whitehall Colmcille).

Subs: Cian Daly (Fingal Ravens), Conor Mulally (Cuala), Shane Boland (Castleknock), Niall Walsh (St Oliver Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh), Brian Fenton (Raheny), Emmet Ó Conghaile (Lucan Sarsfields), Shane Cunningham (Kilmacud Crokes), Gavin Ivory (Raheny), Gavin Burke (St Vincent’s).

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