The Four Nations Youth (U18) Tournament kicks off in Edinburgh this weekend and Ireland open their campaign on Saturday when they take on host nation Scotland in Stirling (2pm).
The Four Nations Youth (U18)Tournament kicks off in Edinburgh this weekend and Ireland open their campaign on Saturday when they take on host nation Scotland in Stirling (2pm).The Irish then play Wales on Tuesday (22nd) before winding up with a game against England on Friday April 25th.
The Ireland Squad of 26 is as follows:
Backs: Peter Phelan (Exiles), Robert Pollock (Monaghan), Shane Geraghty (Exiles), Barry O’Sullivan (Corinthians), David Lombard (Clonakilty), Rory Sloan (Exiles), Dale Black (Portadown), Cian O’Sullivan (Greystones), David Batt (Exiles), Simon Tottle (Exiles), Ian Hanley (Kilfeacle), Michael O’Hea (Clonakilty).
Forwards: Nicholas Goodger (Exile), Michael Diffley (Creggs), Conor Muldoon (Monivea), Sean O’Donnell (Exiles), Leonard Slattery (Thomond), Stephen McKinstry (Rainey OB), Bernard Smyth (Navan), Stephen Ferris (Portadown), Kyle Patton (Banbridge), Tadgh Linnane (Gort), Adrian
Lightowler (Exiles), David McGowan (Sligo), Eamon Bracken (Tullamore), John Hook (Banbridge).
Match Dates and Venues.
Saturday 19th April, Ireland v Scotland, 2pm Stirling: England v Wales, 4pm. Dalziel
Tuesday 22nd April, Wales v Ireland, 5pm, Kelso: Scotland v England, 7pm Gala.
Friday 25th April, England v Ireland, 3pm, Melleny Park, Currie: Scotland v Wales, 5pm, Melleny Park, Currie