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RAMSEY NAMES CENTENARY SHIELD SQUAD

Release Date: 11/04/2008

Northern Ireland Schools U18 Manager Bob Ramsey has named the squad to face Wales in their final Centenary Shield international at the Brandywell on Monday, kick off 5.00pm.

Centenary Shield
Northern Ireland v Wales
Monday 14 April, Kick Off 5.00pm
The Brandywell

Missing from the squad is Sean Ferry who is retained by Dungannon Swifts for their Setanta Cup clash with Drogheda United which is also on Monday night.  "We will miss the skill and trickery of young Ferry" added Ramsey "but we wish him well in what is a very important game for Dungannon."

Injury has also ruled out Derry City centre back Seamus Sharkey.  Ramsey said "It's a big blow to lose Seamus who has been outstanding at the heart of the defence in all our games.  He is really disappointed to miss a home game, the first Centenary Shield international at the Brandywell".

Despite Sharkey's absence Derry City FC is well represented in the squad with 3 players - Martin Hamilton, David McDaid and Thomas Burke.  Although he plays for Limavady United, Mark Nicell lives in the city and attends St. Columb's College and brings the local representation to four.

Name

School

Club

Matthew Quinn

DevenishCollege

Ballinamallard United

Niall Murphy

St Patrick’s

Donegal Celtic

Chris Coleman

Lismore Comprehensive

Portadown

Thomas Burke

St Peter’s High

Derry City

Kris McAdam

PortadownCollege

Glenavon

Martin Hamilton

St Brigid’s College

Derry City

Jason Bannon

Edmund Rice College

Cliftonville

Ross Redman

PortadownCollege

Portadown

Andrew Hall

BelfastHigh

Glentoran

Gary Thompson

DownpatrickF E College

Linfield

Grant Hutchinson

Portora Royal

Ballinamallard

Samuel Stewart

PortadownCollege

Glenavon

Mark Nicell

St Columb’s College

Limavady

Colum Curtis

St Mary’s Grammar

Donegal Celtic

Adam McKinney

Northern Regional College

Ballymoney

Peter Steel

St Comgalls

Glentoran

Aaron Haire

St Michael’s Grammar

Portadown

David McDaid

St Peter’s High

Derry City

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