WU17 | Review of 2022

WU17 | Review of 2022

The dream of making it to the UEFA Women’s Under-17 European Championships remains alive for the Republic of Ireland Women’s Under-17s following an eventful year.
19th Dec 2022

Home advantage at Tallaght Stadium didn’t pay off in the Round 2 qualifiers in March, but James Scott’s squad are back at that stage to qualify for the 2022/23 tournament in Estonia.

Friendly games against Portugal certainly helped them going into their Round 1 games in Northern Ireland, where they overcame both Finland and the hosts. So there is plenty to be positive about going into 2023.

22/02 | Republic of Ireland 1-3 Switzerland (International Friendly)
24/02 | Republic of Ireland 4-1 Switzerland (International Friendly)
23/03 | Republic of Ireland 1-1 Slovakia (UEFA EURO Qualifier)
26/03 | Republic of Ireland 1-2 Finland (UEFA EURO Qualifier)
29/03 | Republic of Ireland 1-4 Iceland (UEFA EURO Qualifier)
29/09 | Portugal 3-3 Republic of Ireland (International Friendly)
02/10 | Portugal 1-0 Republic of Ireland (International Friendly)
21/10 | Republic of Ireland 0-1 Austria (UEFA EURO Qualifier)
24/10 | Finland 2-3 Republic of Ireland (UEFA EURO Qualifier)
27/10 | Northern Ireland 0-1 Republic of Ireland (UEFA EURO Qualifier)

10 – Aoife Kelly, Jodie Loughrey, Joy Ralph
9 – Heidi Mackin
6 – Ellen Dolan, Aoibhe Fleming
5 – Jess Fitzgerald, Ruby Gallagher, Summer Lawless, Michaela Lawrence, Katie McCarn, Tara O’Hanlon, Lia O’Leary, Orlaith O’Mahony, Kiera Sena, Aoife Turner
4 – Ceola Bergin, Fiana Bradley, Millie Daly, Hannah Healy, Kate Thompson
3 – Eve Dossen, Grace Fitzpatrick Ryan, Freya Healy, Katie Lawlee, Keri Loughrey, Meabh Russell
2 – Chloe Atkinson, Katie Keane, Abbie Larkin, Alice Lillie, Sophie Morrin, Heidi O’Sullivan, Niamh Richardson, Niamh Tyrrell
1 – Claudia Keenan, Nicole Nix

2 – Abbie Larkin, Michaela Lawrence, Jodie Loughrey, Heidi Mackin, Joy Ralph
1 – Millie Daly, Ruby Gallagher, Aoife Kelly, Orlaith O’Mahony

1 – Niamh Richardson