Admission is free to tonight's Leinster Under 17 Special football competition quarter-final at Pairc Tailteann.
Meath will be hoping to build on their great win over Dublin in the opening round.
Ronan Kearns' charges welcome Carlow to the Navan venue.
The Barrowsiders were defeated by Kildare in the opening round before bouncing back with a win over Louth in their back door game.
Throw in is at 7pm.
The Meath squad: Peter Martyn Slane, Jack McMahon Drumconrath Meath Hill, Johnny Woods St Patricks, Paddy McDermott Carnaross, Dylan Keating Seneschalstown, Fergal Watters Dunboyne, Eoin Martin Dunboyne, Conor Harford St Vincents Curraha, Michael Murphy Dunboyne, Jack O'Connor St Vincents Curraha, Ronan O'Leary Kilbride, Ronan Brady Dunderry, Matthew Costello Dunshaughlin, Jordan Morris Nobber, Aaron Lynch Trim, Barry O'Connell Walterstown, Shane Walsh Na Fianna, Cian McBride St Cuthberts, Lee Browne St Colmcilles, Sean Bannon Ballinabrackey, Sean Ryan Dunboyne, Michael Gavin Simonstown, Oran Smullen Na Fianna, Liam Byrne Dunboyne, Conal Courtney Gaeil Colmcille, Colm Doherty Skryne, Patrick Matthews Drumconrath Meath Hill, Eimhin Power Navan O'Mahonys, Craig Munnelly Navan O'Mahonys, Adam Ryan Simonstown, Nathan Dunne Ratoath, Dermot Kelly Dunderry, Alan Mulvaney Seneschalstown, Jake Caffrey Navan O'Mahonys, Stephen Emmett St Colmcilles.
Kildare v Wexford in Newbridge
Dublin v Westmeath in Parnell Park
Meath v Carlow in Pairc Tailteann
Laois v Longford in Portlaoise
Results to date
Offaly 2-12 Wexford 0-10
Westmeath 1-12 Offaly 2-7
Meath 1-15 Dublin 1-10
Longford 2-13 Wicklow 1-7
Laois 7-15 Louth 0-3
Kildare 2-12 Carlow 1-10
Carlow 3-18 Louth 1-8
Wexford 2-16 Wicklow 2-6
Dublin 3-14 Offaly 0-7