A young Meath fan has firmly and bravely nailed his colours to the mast of his Dublin city school.
Ahead of the Leinster SFC final showdown between the neighbouring counties, Cumann na mBunscol Dublin have organised an art competition for boys and girls of Dublin to draw and colour their favourite Dubs player.
Masterpieces of Stephen Cluxton, Brian Fenton, Dean Rock, Ciaran Kilkenny and Niall Scully to name but a few were drawn up but one entrant had other ideas by making one of Meath goalscoring sensation Jordan Morris.
The Royal youngster is extremely confident that Meath will continue their rich goalscoring form and dethrone the long-reigning Leinster and All-Ireland champions at Croke Park on Saturday evening by predicting a 14-1 to 1-13 win for An Mhí!
There’s always one! The rivalry between Dublin and Meath is fierce. The recent surge in goals has given this young royal fan in a school in the heart of the city confidence for the win at the weekend. His classmates weren’t pleased! @MeathGAA @CumannnamBunsco @DubGAAOfficial pic.twitter.com/V75l0SqP4G— Cnmb Dublin (@CnmbDublin) November 19, 2020
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