Dublin maintained their unbeaten record in the Leinster U20 championship with a seven-point win over Wexford at Innovate Wexford Park.
Ross McGarry found the net after 13 minutes for Dublin, Tom Keane finished his day with four points and Dublin now advance to the semi-final stage of the competition.
The highlight of the game was the long range point from Wexford goalkeeper Ivan Meegan.
@OfficialWexGAA keeper, Ivan Meegan, scored this fantastic point from play against @DubGAAOfficial at @InnovateCloud Wexford Park. @Woolberto @ballsdotie @JoeBrolly1993 @JOEdotie @hoganstandgaa @PunditArena pic.twitter.com/Jt56C1CEmO— WexfordToday.com (@Wexford2day) June 16, 2018
Elsewhere in Group 1, Westmeath are through to the quarter-finals after a convincing win over Longford, who are bottom of the table and out of the championship .
Tom Molloy popped up with the goal for the visitors while Rory Harkin found the net for Longford.
In Group 2 at Pairc Tailteann, two goals from Ethan Devine secured a 2-13 to 0-13 win for Meath over Laois.
Brian Farrell’s side went eight points up but Laois rallied. However, their despite their best efforts they couldn’t close the gap and Meath advanced to the semi-finals.
In Newbridge, Kildare cruised to victory over Wicklow on a scoreline of 3-17 to 0-4 and secured a place in the quarter-finals.
The last eight games will be played on 22/23 June and the semi-finals are set for June 30.
Wexford 0-11 Dublin 1-15
Longford 1-10 Westmeath 1-16
Meath 2-13 Laois 0-13
Kildare 3-17 Wicklow 0-4