Three Laois players named on the Hurling Shinty International Squads this weekend

first_img Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results International matches between Hurling and Shinty teams have taken place since 1896, Scotland being the more victorious team for the majority of the games.The games are taking place at the National Games Development Centre in Abbottstown on Saturday, November 2.The U-21 Hurling Shinty International will also take place at 12pm while the Senior match will take place at 2pm.Hurling Shinty International – Ireland Senior Team1 Brian Tracey Carlow2 Mikey Boyle Kerry3 Joey Boyle Westmeath4 Damian Casey Tyrone5 Danny Cullen Donegal6 Mark Delaney Kildare7 Paul Divilly Kildare8 Michael Doyle Carlow9 Willie Dunphy Laois10 Cillian Egan Roscommon11 Alan Grant Derry12 Damien Healy Meath13 Cillian Kiely Offaly14 Shane McGovern Westmeath15 Ryan Mullaney Laois16 Shane Nolan Kerry17 Gerard O’Kelly-Lynch Sligo18 Keith Raymond Sligo19 Caolan Taggart Down20 Seán Whelan CarlowTeam Managers: Willie Maher, Tipperary & Conor Phelan, KilkennyHurling Shinty International – Ireland U21 Team1 Damien Jordan Carlow2 Ciarán Burke Offaly3 Donal Burke Dublin4 Shane Conway Kerry5 James Dolan Kildare6 Joey Keenaghan Offaly7 Mark Kehoe Tipperary8 James Keyes Laois9 Conor Langton Offaly10 Tony Lawlor Carlow11 Fionan Mackessy Kerry12 Barry Mahony Kerry13 Ruairi McCrickard Down14 Eoin Molloy Wexford15 Darren Morrissey Galway16 Chris Nolan Carlow17 Tomas O’Connor Kerry18 Diarmuid Ryan Clare19 Brian Ryan Limerick20 Ciaran Whelan CarlowTeam Managers: Willie Cleary, Wexford & Gavin Keary, Galway.SEE ALSO – BREAKING: Laois players miss out as Hurling All-Stars announced Pinterest GAA Three Laois players named on the Hurling Shinty International Squads this weekend GAA Three Laois players have been named to represent Ireland in the annual Hurling Shinty International clash.Clough Ballacolla’s Willie Dunphy and Castletown’s Ryan Mullaney were named on the senior squad while Colt’s James Keyes has been named on the U-21 team.Mullaney represented Ireland in the Shinty competition in 2017 as part of the U-21 squad who travelled to Scotland.Dunphy earned his place on the squad after a strong season where he was named Man of the Match against Dublin in the All Ireland qualifiers during the summer.Keyes played for Laois at minor and U-20 level and was part of the Laois senior panel under Eamonn Kelly in 2018.Hurlers from 17 different counties will represent Ireland.Also named on the squad are Tipperary’s Willlie Maher, Kilkenny’s Conor Phelan and Joey Boyle of Westmeath.The squad will be captained by Donegal’s Champion 15 Team nominee, Danny Cullen. Facebook WhatsApp Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twittercenter_img Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory TAGSCastletown GAAClough Ballacolla GAAColt GAAIreland Shinty SquadJames KeyesRyan MullaneyShintyWillie Dunphy Previous article‘Disgrace’ and ‘minefield’ of ‘bullying’ vulture funds needs to be tackledNext articleLISTEN: Leinster championship, Cumann na mBunscol and All Stars – it’s all in our latest GAA Podcast Aedín DunneAedín graduated from University of Limerick with a degree in Journalism and New Media. She is a proud Townie with a passion for all things sports and doesn’t like to speak about the 2016 blip in Portlaoise’s bid to 10-in-a-row. By Aedín Dunne – 31st October 2019 Home GAA Hurling Three Laois players named on the Hurling Shinty International Squads this weekend GAAHurlingSport WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest GAA 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshinlast_img read more