Dublin are top of Group 1 in the Leinster Under-20 football championship after they earned a 1-16 to 1-13 win over Westmeath in Parnell Park.
They are currently on maximum points after recording back-to-back wins. Sean Bugler and James Madden scored the Dublin goals.
Elsewhere in Group 1, Innovate Wexford Park was the venue for the meeting of Wexford and Longford. The home team proved too strong on familiar turf. At half-time they had built up a lead of 2-04 to 1-05 with Robbie Brooks and goalkeeper Ivan Meegan from a penalty finding the net.
They dominated throughout the game and ran out easy winners on a scoreline of 3-13 to 2-09, a first win for Wexford in the competition and they will face Dublin next in their final group game of the competition.
Kevin Doyle warming up the Wexford U20 team pic.twitter.com/BgVx3ksiiE— Deniese O'Flaherty (@deniese_o) June 4, 2018
In group 2, Laois were narrow victors over Wicklow in O'Moore Park, the close encounter finished 1-14 to 1-13. The home team came from four points down in the second-half to seal an impressive win.
In Pairc Tailteann, two second-half goals from Darragh Campion and Jordan Morris helped Meath secure a one-point victory over Kildare, 2-11 to 1-13. They now have two wins from two.
Carlow's impressive displays on the football field aren't just reserved for senior level.
While they were reduced to 14-men when Andrew Kehoe was sent off, they still racked up 5-11 to see off the a spirited Louth side who scored 3-15.
The team that tops group progresses to semi-final, with second placed teams into a quarter-final.