Meath football manager has named a 40 man squad prior to the Royals launching their NFL campaign against Westmeath.

Despite rumours that circulated earlier this year former Ireland under age goalkeeper, Jimmy Corcoran from Drumbaragh does not feature, he has opted to focus on his League Of Ireland career with Wexford FC.

However another young goalkeeper, Harry Hogan from Longwood, who has played League Of Ireland under 19s for both Drogheda United and Dundalk is included.

Also on the squad are two sons of manager Andy McEntee and a nephew of selector Donal Curtis.

The full squad is; Ben Brennan St. Colmcilles, Liam Byrne Dunboyne, Darragh Campion Skryne, Robin Clarke Duleek Bellewstown, Andy Colgan Donaghmore Ashbourne, Brían Conlon Simonstown, James Conlon St. Colmcilles, Mathew Costello Dunshaughlin, Keith Curtis Rathkenny, Ethan Devine Na Fianna, David Dillon O’Mahonys, Danny Dixon Boardsmill, Jack Flynn Ratoath, Eoin Harkin Dunsany, Padraic Harnan Moynalvey, Cathal Hickey Seneschalstown, Harry Hogan Longwood, Donal Keogh Rathkenny, Ronan Jones Dunboyne, Seamus Lavin Dunboyne, Donal Lenihan Dunboyne, Gavin McCoy Dunboyne, David McEntee Dunboyne, James McEntee Curraha, Shane McEntee Dunboyne, Conor McGill Ratoath, Bryan McMahon Ratoath, Bryan Menton Donaghmore Ashbourne, Jordan Morris Nobber, Jordan Muldoon Gaeil Colmcille, Michael Newman Kilmainham, Jack O’Connor Curraha, Thomas O’Reilly Wolfe Tones, Cillian O’Sullivan Moynalvey, Fionn Reilly Gael Colmcille, Ronan Ryan Summerhill, Jason Scully Oldcastle, Eamon Wallace Ratoath, Joey Wallace Ratoath, Shane Walsh Na Fianna