Wexford vs Dublin and Westmeath vs Longford LIVE: Score updates, TV channel and stream info

We have two Leinster Championship quarter-finals to follow along this evening as Dublin travel down to Wexford while Westmeath host Longford.

The Model County earned their glamour tie by upsetting Offaly 1-15 to 1-12 largely through the boot of veteran Ben Brosnan who finished with a total of 1-8.

Here’s how the two teams line out today in that one which you can watch on Sky Sports Arena from 6.15 pm with throw-in at 6:30.

So subscribers can also stream it via the Sky Go application.

It’s noteworthy that Con O’Callaghan is finally back from injury and is named to start.

Dublin: David O’Hanlon, Eoin Murchan, Michael Fitzsimons, Lee Gannon, Robbie McDaid, John Small, James McCarthy, Brian Fenton, Tom Lahiff, Seán Bugler, Brian Howard, Ciaran Kilkenny, Cormac Costello, Con O’Callaghan, Dean Rock.

Wexford: Darragh Brooks, Liam O’Connor, Eoin Porter, Martin O’Connor, Paidí Hughes, Glen Malone, Dylan Furlong, Niall Hughes, Liam Coleman, Alan Tobin, Donal Shanley, Kevin O’Grady, Mark Rossiter, Eoghan Nolan, Ben Brosnan.

The Westmeath-Longford game isn’t on TV and isn’t among the games offered by GAAGO either. Throw-in for that one is 6 pm.

Westmeath: Jason Daly, Jack Smith, Kevin Maguire, David Giles, Jamie Gonoud, Ronan Wallace, Nigel Harte, Jonathan Lynam, Ray Connellan, Sam McCartan, Ronan O’Toole, David Lynch, Lorcan Dolan, John Heslin, Alex Gardiner.

Longford: Paddy Colllum, Patrick Fox, Andrew Farrell, Barry O’Farrell, James Moran, Michael Quinn, Iarla O’Sullivan, Kevin Diffley, Darren Gallagher, Oran Kenny, Eoghan McCormack, Dessie Reynolds, Jayson Matthews, Daniel Reynolds, Mark Hughes.

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