The Dublin U20 football starting 15 for Friday night's EirGrid Leinster U21FC final against Laois in O'Connor Park, Tullamore (7.30) is unchanged from their semi-final victory.
Dublin defeated Wexford in Parnell Park last time out, 1-17 to 0-6 with Ciarán Archer getting the only goal of the game immediately on the restart of the second half following great work by Donal Ryan.
Tom Gray's side overcame Longford 4-21 to 0-7 in their quarter-final at Glennon Bros Pearse Park, Longford with Ciarán Archer (two, one penalty), Harry Ladd and David Lacey, who were both subs, getting the goals.
Dublin have scored 5-38 and conceded 0-13 in their two victories while Laois have tallied 3-50 and conceded 1-38 in their three victories over Kildare, last year's All-Ireland champions, Westmeath (after extra-time) and Meath.
The Leinster winners will face Connacht champions, Galway, in the All-Ireland U20FC semi-final the weekend of July 27/28 while the Munster winners (Cork/Kerry) will meet the Ulster champions, Tyrone, on the same weekend.
Note: Spectators travelling to Friday night's Leinster U20FC final are advised that there are major roadworks currently in Tullamore and so it is recommended to use the ring road around Tullamore and come off at the hospital exit.
DUBLIN (U20FC v Laois)
1 David O'Hanlon Na Fianna
2 Darren Maher St Patrick's, Donabate
3 Daire Newcombe Lucan Sarsfields
4 Eoin O'Dea Na Fianna
5 Kieran Kennedy Ballyboden St Enda's
6 Neil Matthews Erin's Isle
7 Seán Lambe St Vincent’s
8 Peadar O Cofaigh Byrne Cuala
9 Donal Ryan Na Fianna
10 Niall O'Leary Kilmacud Crokes
11 Karl Lynch Bissett Naomh Mearnóg
12 James Doran Na Fianna
13 Brian O'Leary Na Fianna
14 Ciarán Archer St Maur's
15 Ross McGarry Ballyboden St Enda's
2019 EirGrid LEINSTER U20FC: Fixtures/Results
1. Kildare 1-11 Laois 0-17, 25.6.2019; St Conleth's Park, Newbridge
2. Laois 2-20 Westmeath 0-20 (aet), 2.7.2019; TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar
3. Carlow 2-4 Offaly 3-22, 22.6.2019; Netwatch Cullen Park
4. Meath 1-12 Offaly 0-12, 2.7.2019; Páirc Tailteann, Navan
5. Wexford 1-14 Wicklow 2-7, 22.6.2019; Bellefield, Enniscorthy
6. Louth 0-16 Wexford 3-10, 2.7.2019; Gaelic Grounds, Drogheda
7. Longford 0-7 Dublin 4-21, 2.7.2019; Glennon Bros Pearse Park
8. Laois 1-13 Meath 0-7, 9.7.2019; O’Moore Park, Portlaoise
9. Dublin 1-17 Wexford 0-6, 9.7.2019; Parnell Park
10. Laois v Dublin, 19.7.2019; O'Connor Park, Tullamore, 7.30