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How To Watch Dublin v Meath In Huge Leinster Semifinal

How To Watch Dublin v Meath In Huge Leinster Semifinal

The semifinal of the Leinster Senior Football Championship is among us and Dublin will have to overcome Meath if they are to win their 12th title in a row. Here's all the information you need for the game including how to watch Dublin v Meath.

After both sides had relatively poor league campaigns in comparison to previous seasons, both counties will be keen to show their class in the championship.

The last time The Royal County overcame Dublin in the championship was back in 2010, with Meath going on to claim their 20th provincial title after beating Louth in a controversial final.

When is Dublin v Meath?

Throw in is at 4:30pm in Croke Park on Sunday May 15th.

How to watch Dublin v Meath?

The game will not be televised, but can be live streamed on GAA Go.

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It will also be broadcast on RTÉ Radio One.

Form Guide

Meath cemented their Division 2 status  after a fourth placed finish in the league despite only winning two of their seven games. Those wins came over Cork and Clare but Andy McEntee's side also drew against Down and Offaly during a mixed campaign that started slowly.

Meath progressed to the semifinal after a comfortable 10 point victory over Wicklow at Páirc Tailteann.

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Dessie Farrell's Dublin side have been under constant scrutiny since the start of the league campaign which saw Dublin relegated from Division 1 for the first time since 1995. Defeats to Armagh, Kerry, Mayo, Kildare and Monaghan relegated Dublin after their poor campaign.

Dublin cruised into the semifinals after a 1-24 to 0-4 win over Wexford, but there's no doubt that this weekend's test will be much more competitive.

The sides last met at this stage in the 2021 Leinster Championship semifinal with Dublin winning 2-16 to 1-13. Meath roared back after a slow start.

Meath have not beaten the Dubs in the Championship since 2010.

Luke Delaney
Article written by
Final year journalism student at Dublin City University.

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