The All-Ireland champions Dublin will go toe-to-toe with their Leinster rivals Meath for a challenge match in aid of Meath's Sean Cox.
Attacked ahead of Liverpool's Champions League semi-final clash with Roma last season, Cox remains in hospital as he embarks upon his recovery.
Sustaining injuries described as "catastrophic" and "life-changing" by his wife Martina, the expensive cost of Cox's treatment has resulted in numerous attempts on behalf of well-wishers to do what they can to contribute.
With news of the challenge match between Dublin and Meath initially reported in the Irish Independent, it is understood that Dublin boss Jim Gavin has 'been in regular contact' with his Meath counterpart, Andy McEntee.
While details have yet to be confirmed for the prospective match-up, it has been provisionally scheduled for a 1.30pm start on December 16 in Páirc Tailteann, Navan.
Adding to the day's attractions, it is understood that the organisers also wish to have Dublin and Meath ladies teams play a curtain-raiser two hours prior to throw-in of the main event.
If you would like to make a contribution to the Sean Cox fund, follow the Go Fund Me link here.