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AIB Club International

AIB Club International

Friday Night in Donnybrook is your chance to see the best players from the club game in action as Ireland play Scotland in the first AIB CLub International.

At the announcement of the Ireland team were Fiach O’Loughlin (Clontarf), Thomas Magner (AIB), Mick Galwey (Team Manager), David Quinlan (Capt) (Buccaneers)

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Ireland V Scotland


Friday March 10th

Kick Off – 7:35 p.m.

The best club players from the AIB Leagues have been selected to play for Ireland against Scotland in the AIB Club INternational at Donnybrook on Friday at 7:35 p.m.

For pictures of the Ireland team click here.

Maurice Crowley, General Manager, AIB said: “We are delighted, as sponsors of the Club International to be able to showcase the club game at this highest level. We believe that it’s a fantastic initiative that allows our dedicated club players receive this greatest honour, and we look forward to it becoming a regular fixture in the club and International calendar.”

Gary Parker, head coach of the Scotland Club International team, said: The advent of professionalism has meant for many players it became simply a pipedream to think of playing for their country – a dream out of their reach. Now there’s a massive opportunity. When I was a player I wanted to play for Scotland. As a coach I want to coach Scotland. This for me is all about giving a group of players the chance to represent Scotland.

Tickets are available at the gate.

The Ireland team:

15 – Denis Hurley (UCC)
14 – Niall O’Brien (Clontarf)
13 – Stephen Grissing (UCD)
12 – Glen Telford (Dungannon)
11 – Derek Keane (Clontarf)
10 – Gareth Steenson (Dungannon)
9 – Fiach O’Loughlin (Clontarf)

1 – Niall Conlon (Dublin University)
2 – Matt Crockett (Dublin University)
3 – Simon Shaw (Ballymena)
4 – Marc Warburton (Dublin University)
5 – Donnacha Ryan (Shannon)
6 – Peter Malone (Garryowen)
7 – Conor Hartigan (Buccaneers)
8 – David Quinlan (Buccaneers) (Captain)


16 – Kevin Corrigan (Lansdowne)
17 – Robert Sweeney (Clontarf)
18 – Alan Maher (Lansdowne)
19 – Kevin Croke (UCD)
20 – Gerry Hurley (Garryowen)
21 – David Delaney (Shannon)
22 – Ciaran O’Boyle (Garryowen)

The Scotland Team

15 Michael Adamson (Glasgow Hawks)
14 Mark Robertson (Melrose)
13 Jamie Murray (Melrose)
12 Stewart Smith (Glasgow Hawks)
11 Rory Couper (Boroughmuir)
10 Murray Strang (Glasgow Hawks)
9 Calum Cusiter (Boroughmuir)

1 Bruce McNeil (Hawick)
2 Wayne Mitchell (Melrose)
3 Moray Low (Aberdeen GSFP)
4 Bruce MacFarlane (Stirling County)
5 Richie Maxton (Glasgow Hawks)
6 Tam McVie (Heriot’s) CAPTAIN
8 Andy Dunlop (Biggar)
7 Angus Martyn (Boroughmuir)

16 David Cunningham (Boroughmuir)
17 Elliott McLaren (Biggar)
18 Sandy Warnock (Glasgow Hawks)
19 A Jamie Murray (Melrose)
20 Alasdhair McFarlane (Ayr)
21 Steven Duffy (Glasgow Hawks)
22 Richard Borthwick (Stewart’s-Melville FP)