Dubs make three changes for O'Byrne quarter-final

Dublin manager Paul Caffrey has made three changes to his side for Saturday's O'Byrne Cup quarter-final against Westmeath (Parnell Park, throw-in 5pm).

Dublin manager Paul Caffrey has made three changes to his side for Saturday's O'Byrne Cup quarter-final against Westmeath (Parnell Park, throw-in 5pm).

2007 All Star goalkeeper Stephen Cluxton is getting a rest as John Leonard from St Sylvester's gets a call-up between the posts.

Paul Brogan, the third of the Brogan brothers to burst onto the inter-county scene, will be given a chance to impress at left half-back. He comes in for the injured Graham Norton.

Meanwhile, the third and final change to the side that beat Wicklow last weekend sees Fingallians attacker Paul Flynn replace Barry Kennedy, who scored 1-01 against the Garden county, at left full-forward.

Both Brogan and Flynn, who were used against substitutes last Saturday, will be making their first competitive starts for the Metropolitans.

DUBLIN (O'Byrne Cup v Westmeath) - J Leonard; N O'Shea, R McConnell, S O'Shaughnessy; P McMahon, C Moran, P Brogan; E Fennell, S Ryan; D Lally, P Burke, B Brogan; J Sherlock, D O'Mahony, P Flynn.

Substitutes: S Cluxton, D Henry, P Casey, D Murray, D Ryan, B Cullen, J O'Brien, A Brogan, B Kennedy.

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