The Northern Ireland Under-18 Schoolboys’ team had to settle for a point against England U18 Schoolboys as the two teams met in the Centenary Shield on Friday evening (5 April).
Having opened this year’s competition with wins over Scotland and Wales, Frankie Wilson’s side remain unbeaten after the 0-0 draw against England at the Trico Stadium, home of Redditch United.
The result means Northern Ireland remain top of the table with seven points from three games and three points ahead of second-placed England.
Northern Ireland’s final game of the annual five-team competition will see them face Republic of Ireland at Queen’s University’s Dub complex in Belfast on Thursday 18 April (6pm).
Watch last night's full match by clicking on the image above.
Northern Ireland U18 Schoolboys’ team for 2019 Centenary Shield game v England:
Paul McLaughlin (Christian Brothers Belfast/Glentoran), Jamie Glover (Ashfield Boys’ High/Glentoran), Patrick Burns (captain - St Malachy’s Belfast/Glenavon), Lewis McGarvey (St Malachy’s Belfast/Glentoran), Ruari O’Hare (St Patrick’s Downpatrick/Linfield), Jake Corbett (SERC Lisburn/Linfield), Liam Hassin (Larne High/Larne), Ryan Carmichael (St Patrick’s Academy Dungannon/Portadown), Sam Robb (Fivemiletown College/Ballinamallard United), Andrew Whiteside (Coleraine GS/Coleraine), Callum Ferris (NIFL Academy/Portadown).
Subs: Sean Og Gallagher (Trinity College Belfast/Glentoran), Ethan Wynne (Bangor Academy/Linfield), Calvin McCurry (De La Salle Belfast/St Oliver Plunkett), Ruadhan McKenna (Rathmore Grammar/Cliftonville), Callum McVeigh (Down High School/Linfield).