Leinster MFC semi-finals
Meath 0-13 0-10 Louth, Pairc Tailteann, FT
60+3 Full time
60+3 Another point for Louth, three in it. Time must be up.
60min Byrne kicks it over to leave four in it.
60min Free in for Louth, looked to be a penalty.
58min Looks like its going to be a Dublin v Meath minor final.
56min Byrne hits a wide.
51min McMahon kicks a nice point from play for Meath.
50min Smyth gets another point for Meath to leave four in it.
48min Smyth gets a point for Meath.
47min Shorthall sent off for Meath.
43min Byrne gets his seventh point of the night to leave two in it.
42min Byrne gets a point from play to leave three in it.
40min Teams share points. Another from Byrne & Grimes leaves four in it
36min McMahon gets another point.
36min McMahon gets another point for Meath.
35min Meath get a point to go three up.
33min Byrne gets another point from play.
31min Second half underway.
29min Neil Shorthall gives Meath a three point lead from another free.
28min Shorthall kicks a nice free for Meath.
25min Poor wide from Reily for Louth.
24min This Ciaran Byrne is some player, he gets his fourth point of the match.
22min O’Sullivan gets another point for Meath.
19min Byrne gets two point for Louth.
14min O’Sullivan point puts Meath three points up.
10min Point for Meath from play.
6min Byrne gets a point for Louth.
5min Another point for Meath by Brian McMahon, they now lead by two points to no score.
3min O’Sullivan opens the scorin for Meath.
3min Neil Shorthall hits the first wide for the Meath men.
2min Match underway, First attack for Meath.
0min Meath and Louth clash in the Leinster Minor Football Semi Final at Pairc Tailteann in Navan on Wednesday night. While the home side will be slight favourites going into this game,in truth there should be little between the teams.
Meath: R Burlingham, A Forde, C McGill, O Fitzpatrick, C Finn, S Melia, D Smyth, P Harnan, S McEntee, N Shorthall, B O’Brien, C O’Sullivan, B Mc Mahon, R Farrelly, W McGrath.
Louth: C Quigley; M Kane, D Campbell, N McCabe; C Bellew, D Grimes, D McMahon; R McCabe, M Breen; S Thornton, P Reilly, C Smyth; C McKeever, J Horan, C Byrne
Conaire Quigley and Patrick Reilly have been included in the visitors starting fifteen. Jamie Mulholland and Conor Grimes are both out through injury so the former pair come in in goal and at full forward respectively. Louth beat the royals in the first round, but Meath came through the backdoor.
Meath make one change from their quarter final defeat of Wexford, with Declan Smyth replacing Barry McConnon at wingback. When the sides met in April,it was a close affair with the Wee County winning 1-13 to 1-11. It looks as if it will be just as tight on Wednesday evening.