U15 squad named for Belgium double-header

U15 squad named for Belgium double-header

Republic of Ireland Under-15 Head Coach Niall Harrison has unveiled a panel of 25 players for the upcoming double-header against Belgium in Dublin...
5th Mar 2011

Republic of Ireland Under-15 Head Coach Niall Harrison has unveiled a panel of 25 players for the upcoming double-header against Belgium in Dublin.

 

 

The first game between the nations will be played on Tuesday, March 22 at Home Farm FC, Whitehall (7pm) followed by the rematch on Thursday, March 24 at the Oscar Traynor Complex in Coolock (12 noon).

 

 

All of the 25 players will train together in the run-up to the first game with eleven players in the panel for both matches. They will be joined by two different groups of seven players for each of the games.

 

 

"This will be a good opportunity to see an expanded group of players over the two matches," said Harrison.

 

 

"I've selected the panel based upon the performances of the squads chosen for our previous games this season in Qatar and Finland. Other lad who have impressed for their clubs, while representing their leagues and training at the Regional Development Centres have also been rewarded with call-ups.

 

 

"The objective of this season is to introduce the players to their first experience of international football, with the aim of handing them over to Under-16 Head Coach John Morling in the summer prepared for next season."

 

 

Under-15 Friendly Internationals:
Tuesday, March 22
Republic of Ireland v Belgium
Home Farm FC, Whitehall (7pm).

Thursday, March 24
Republic of Ireland v Belgium
Oscar Traynor Complex, Coolock (12 noon).

 

 

Republic of Ireland squads:

Tuesday's game:
Peter Burke, Moville Celtic, Inishowen
Noe Baba, Castlebar Celtic, Mayo
Jack Byrne, St Kevins Boys, DDSL
Craig Donnellan, Corinthian Boys, Cork
Dean O'Halloran, Southend, Waterford
Gareth McCaffrey, Shelbourne, DDSL
Eoghan Stokes, St Kevins Boys, DDSL
Alex O'Hanlon, St Kevins Boys, DDSL
Cathal O'Hanlon, Springfield Ramblers, Cork
Robin Dempsey, St Josephs Boys, DDSL
Fiachra Kelliher, Avondale Utd, Cork
Reise Collier, Crystal Palace, England
Corey Galvin, Corinthian Boys, Cork
Evan Galvin, Corinthian Boys, Cork
Conor Shaughnessy, Salthill Devon, Galway
Val Feeney, Birr Town FC, Midlands SL
Liam Traynor, St Josephs Boys, DDSL
Jordan Toland, Swilly Rovers, Donegal


Thursday's game:
Alex O'Hanlon, St Kevins Boys, DDSL
Cathal O'Hanlon, Springfield Ramblers, Cork
Robin Dempsey, St Josephs Boys, DDSL
Fiachra Kelliher, Avondale Utd, Cork
Reise Collier, Crystal Palace, England
Corey Galvin, Corinthian Boys, Cork
Evan Galvin, Corinthian Boys, Cork
Conor Shaughnessy, Salthill Devon, Galway
Val Feeney, Birr Town FC, Midlands SL
Liam Traynor, St Josephs Boys, DDSL
Jordan Toland, Swilly Rovers, Donegal
Cody Mulhall, Stella Maris, DDSL
Ryan Goldsmith, Rockmount, Cork
Aaron Rochford, Crumlin Utd, DDSL
Sean Burke, Rangers, South Dublin
Dylan McKeever, Liffey Valley Rgrs, South Dublin
Daniel Cleary, Crumlin Utd, DDSL
Daryll Carrigy, Stella Maris, DDSL.