Offaly U20 team named for Leinster quarter-final with Westmeath

Offaly U20 team named for Leinster quarter-final with Westmeath

Offaly U20 team named for Leinster quarter-final with Westmeath

Offaly’s U20 football manager Declan Kelly has named his side to play Westmeath in the quarter-final of the Eirgrid Leinster Football Championship on Saturday, June 23 in Bord na Mona O’Connor Park at 3pm.

The team sees just one change from the team that easily accounted for Louth in the previous round with Jack Darcy replaced at corner-forward by Clonbullogue's Shane O'Brien.

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Elsewhere it's as you were with Barry Rohan continuing in goal, and Ronan Hynes, Pa Robilliard and Aidan Bracken forming the fullback line. 

Jack Quinn, Stefan Geoghegan and Jack O'Brien line out at halfback while Ferbane duo Kyle Higgins and Sean Ibbotson make up the midfield having impressed at senior level for their club in recent months. 

Durrow pair Kevin McDermott and Dan Wyer, along with Ballycommon's Conor Dunne, make up the half-forward line with the scoring charge being led by Cian Johnson, Cian Farrell and Shane O'Brien in a potent-looking fullforward line. 

The Offaly U20 team to play Westmeath:

1. Barry Rohan (Shannonbridge)
2. Ronan Hynes (Shannonbridge)
3. Pa Robilliard (Tullamore ) (Captain)
4. Aidan Bracken (Ballycommon)
5. Jack Quinn (Ballycumber)
6. Stefan Geoghegan (Bracknagh)
7. Jack O’Brien (Durrow)
8. Kyle Higgins (Ferbane)
9. Sean Ibbotson (Ferbane)
10. Kevin McDermott (Durrow)
11. Conor Dunne (Ballycommon)
12. Dan Wyer (Durrow)
13. Cian Johnson (Ferbane)
14. Cian Farrell (Edenderry)
15. Shane O’Brien (Clonbullogue)

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