SPORT: DUBLIN NAME TEAM TO FACE WEXFORD
The Dublin hurlers have been able to include Liam Rushe in their side for Saturday’s Leinster Senior Hurling semi final with Wexford.
Rushe was an injury concern for the reigning Leinster champions but he’s been selected to line-out at centre-back.
Alan Nolan deputises for the injured Gary Maguire in goal while Shane Durkin has also shaken-off his injury problems to join Rushe in the half-back line.
Alan McCrabbe, who returned to the Dublin panel this year, will play at right half-forward with debutant Colm Croinin on the other wing.
Throw in at Wexford Park is at 7pm on Saturday.
Thousands are expected to descend on Wexford Park for the game.
A special extra train is being put on to bring the Dubs supporters to Wexford leaving Connolly station at 3.15pm tomorrow and returning at 9.30pm.
Cash will not be accepted at the turnstiles and tickets at 25 and 15 euro can be bought from the County board office ticketsellers outside the grounds or online from ticket.ie and gaa.ie.
Tickets can also be purchased from Supervalu outlets around the county.
Major traffic restrictions will be place for the game and patrons can expect a distance to walk to get to the grounds but Saint Peters College and Clonard Church grounds will be open.