Meath manager Andy McEntee has given a debut to Longwood shot stopper Harry Hogan in Sundays Allianz League clash with Mayo.

As both sides are already qualified for the division 2 semi finals the game is effectively a dead rubber but the number one shirt is the only one on a different back from the Royals last outing against Down.

It appears Andy Colgan who played in goal that day is being given a complete rest and Dunboyne midfielder Liam Byrne will act as cover for Hogan and by Meath Lives reckoning Hogan is the thirteenth goalkeeper to play a competitive match under McEntee.

Meath line out as follows;

Harry Hogan; Seamus Lavin, Conor McGill, Eoin Harkin; Cathal Hickey, Shane McEntee, Donal Keogan; Bryan Menton, Padraic Harnan; Ethan Devine, Darragh Campion, Mathew Costello; Jordan Morris, Thomas O’Reilly, Cillian O’Sullivan. Subs – Liam Byrne, Jack Flynn, Ronan Ryan, Jason Scully, Jack O’Connor, David Dillon, Danny Dixon, Bryan McMahon, James Conlon, Eamon Wallace, Joey Wallace.